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Dianix disperse dyes for top performance on polyester sportswear
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Apr '08
As part of its ongoing commitment to innovation DyStar is launching four new disperse dyes meeting performance and ecology specifications of the leading sportswear Brands and Retailers. These products broaden DyStar's leading position in effects for this demanding industry segment, particularly addressing color fastness, ecology and productivity in the dyehouse.

Dianix Navy XF-AR and Dianix Black XF-AR are two new molecular developments that have good wet fastness and excellent stability in the dyebath leading to high levels of Right-First-Time. Additionally, for ternary combinations Dianix Golden Yellow SF and Dianix Blue SF are being introduced. The introduction of these two new products complements DyStar's established market leading Dianix SF red dyes to enable the highest level of fastness to be achieved also in deep ternary shades.

Steve Barron, Head of DyStar's colors for synthetics business says: “These new colors will not only meet fastness requirements of the major brands but will also improve the productivity of their suppliers. Furthermore, considering recent changes to some Restricted Substance Lists these products will offer a solution and thereby help Brands maintain their integrity and differentiate their offer.”

As part of its commitment to the entire textile supply chain DyStar offers a comprehensive service package to major Sportswear Brands encompassing color communication, color effects, performance finishes as well as physical and ecology testing. This is supported by a Global network of industry specialists.

DyStar Textilfarben GmbH


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