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Garmon Chemicals shows OVD direct dyes at Kingpins

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Oct '18
Courtesy: Garmon
Courtesy: Garmon
Garmon Chemicals presented OVD dyes collection at the Kingpins Show, which was held on October 24 and 25, 2018, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The new range of direct dyes delivers shades of style and brings garment dyeing processes to the next level. Showcased for the first time at the expo, the range includes 22 direct dyes with extraordinary colour effects.

The new proposal makes the most of Garmon unique know-how on garment finishing, to broaden the perspective while offering a complete range of solutions. The result is a product range of superior quality aimed at satisfying requests from the most demanding buyers, according to Garmon.

The new collection offers a selection of dyes with excellent dischargeability, to achieve perfect results without aesthetic compromises. OVD dyes are used in cationised dyeing processes on garment, where surface deposition of the colour on fabric is required. They deliver amazing vintage looks characterised by high contrasts on abraded areas.

Moreover, OVD dyes are pillars of conventional direct dyeing processes, where capability to directly dye the fibre is tested, providing a deep and even distribution of the colour. This new proposal combines a perfect aesthetic output with enormous advantages in terms of sustainability. When comparing conventional direct dyeing with reactive dyes (the most adopted on the market), direct dyeing with OVD dyes allows for significant process improvements like only five process steps instead of eight (on average), minimum number of auxiliaries, lower quantity and higher performance of both dyes and auxiliaries, and much easier corrections for final shades.

Garmon also displayed new features from the Stretch Care collection as well. Launched in April 2018, the line dedicated to the world of finishing on denim stretch is enhanced with new developments. They have been brought in by The Italian Job, Garmon creative lab, ensuring the inimitable Italian touch matched with a striving attention to detail.

In this way, two products that until now were in a pre-launch phase enter their final stage: Elam Sense and Fortres Flex. Elam Sense is the softener for high-quality finishes on super and hyper stretch fabrics, completely aminoethyl-ethanolamine (AEEA) free. Fortres Flex is an outstanding dispersing agent that performs at its best even at low temperature. Thanks to the selection of innovative raw materials, the product proves very effective for the protection of fabrics elastomer. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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