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DyStar to display new products at Performance Days

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DyStar and its partners will display new products and processes at the Performance Days in Munich, on May 8-9, 2019, in hall C6, booth P08. Visitors can participate in workshops that will allow direct interaction with specialists from DyStar on environmental and technical solutions to improve efficiency and significantly reduce waste of valuable resources.

The workshop on the Cadira Polyester module, for example, will highlight that reductions of 50 per cent water usage and more than 40 per cent of energy consumption are possible with optimised processing.

As a market leading supplier of high-quality water-based inks for digital printing, DyStar will present their renowned Jettex reactive, acid, disperse and vat ink ranges that enable digital printers to achieve digital prints with high fastness levels, outstanding depth and sustainable processing results, the company said in a media statement.

Being fully committed to sustainability, DyStar will leverage on the Performance Days fair to reach out to more brands and retailers with similar goals for potential collaboration in the areas of colour, colour inspiration, communication, and realisation tools.

Two of the five workshops conducted per day will also highlight examples of successful collaborations that provided innovation and efficiency to the textile industry. Experts from Lenzing will present Lenzing Lyocell, a sustainable cellulosic fibre that provides innovative solutions for work-wear. Additionally, Datacolor will present the new ColorReader Pro, a new ultra-portable colour measurement tool for the textile and apparel industry. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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