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RWTH Aachen opens anti-NOX textile facade
March 2020
The RWTH Aachen University has opened the first innovative anti-NOX textile facade on an office building of the company ECE Europa Bau- und Projektmanagement in Hamburg, Germany.
BINGO: A revolutionary machine from Master
October 2019
With this new multipurpose machine, named BINGO®, dyeing of fabrics with indigo and reductive dyes will take a new form.
Atlas Copco ‘ROAR’s with 5 new air compressors
August 2019
Atlas Copco launches a new range of compressors including piston air compressors, screw air compressors, and on-site nitrogen generator series to cater to the changing demands.
e-fabrics detect noxious gases
November 2015
The researchers from the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute and Konkuk University in the Republic of Korea, coated cotton and polyester yarn with a nanoglue called bovine serum albumin (BSA). The yarns were then wrapped in graphene oxide sheets.
IndigoGenius®: The eco technology of the future
January 2015
A creative idea, a happy basic intuition, verified as for its efficiency and fine-tuned through a long series of experiments carried out on the IndigoLab machine, suitably updated for this purpose, at the Italy-based Master´s research & development (R&D) department enabled the company to industrialise the revolutionary, eco-friendly,
Indig-O-Matic: Improve efficiency in denim production
April 2014
KARL MAYERs new Indig-O-Matic machine operating in Arvinds factory is not only the first denim machine with nitrogen dyeing technology in India, but it is also the first indigo dyeing machine that can process the fine yarns used to produce cotton shirting.

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