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Resil showcases new finishing solutions in Bangladesh
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Dec '16
Resil Chemicals, a chemical and performance materials manufacturer, presented its new pretreatment and finishing solutions at a symposium that the company organised in Bangladesh to showcase the developments in the textile industry. It showed Soladel, a Titania Microsphere technology, and finishing agents like N9 Pure Silver and Neu Dri at the event.

Soladel harnesses sunlight to produce reactive oxygen, breaking down organic dirt molecules, releasing them from the surface of the fabric. Garments treated with Soladel use the natural power of sunlight to peel off any kind of organic dirt, thereby easing the washing process.

Finishing agent N9 Pure Silver neutralises odour-causing bacteria on treated textiles, keeping garments fresh for longer. As for Neu Dri, it rapidly wicks perspiration from the skin and transfers moisture to the fabric's surface. It facilitates evaporation, leaving the wearer dry, comfortable, cool and confident.

Resil's ranges for cold pad batch bleaching for knits, single component enzymatic scouring and effective processing of elastase fibres also attracted a lot of attention at the seminar. It was attended by the heads of leading textile mills and renowned experts in textiles from different parts of Bangladesh.

Rama Srinivasan, general manager of business development at Resil Chemicals, presented a topic titled 'Innovative Finishes by Resil' where he showed the cutting-edge finishes and performance solutions developed by the company that are backed by intensive research & development.

Sudipta Sengupta, senior segment manager, presented a topic titled 'Textile Process Enhancers, Insights and Concepts in Pretreatment' and talked about the real need for pretreatment, the future need for sustainability, and how Resil helps solve these problems.

“Bangladesh textiles industry is a very important textile market of global significance. We felt we must connect with the key decision makers and industry leaders in textiles in order to share ideas about trends in textile processing and foster better industry cooperation,” said Siddarth Kumar, director of Resil Chemicals. (KD)

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