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Jeanologia leads transformation of Bangladesh textile industry
The Spanish company Jeanologia leads the transformation of the Bangladesh textile industry towards sustainability with its efficient combination of laser, dry and wet ozone G2 and e-Flow nano bubbles. With its latest release, Light PP Spray, it has managed to eliminate the process of potassium permanganate spraying, replacing the most damaging technique to workers and the environment.
Sustainability due to minimal application
Deep in the southwestern corner of Germany, in a region known affectionately by locals as the ?Ländle?, ?the little country?, stands Weitmann & Konrad (Weko), the inventor of a non-contact rotor system for precise, metered application of liquids and chemicals to fabrics.
Jeanologia´s plant guarantees ZERO®Ø contamination
The Spanish company, Jeanologia, specialist in sustainable technologies for garment finishing, made an exclusive presentation at ITMA Milan of the´zero discharge production centre´, the first Jeans finishing plant that guarantees ZERO®Ø contamination.
Gamechanging ITMA kicks off New revolution
Is 2015 a watershed year for the textile technologies? Is the ITMA 2015 a gamechanger for the global textile industry? Joseph S, who witnessed some developments at the Fiera Milano Rho, attempts to explore the sentiments that prevailed at the fairgrounds.
BRUCKNER introduces new energy management tool
A company that specialises in manufacturing machines for finishing textile and film webs, BRÜCKNER Trockentechnik GmbH & Co. KG intends to introduce assistance systems for plant operators onto the market. The family-owned company, an active member of the VDMA, expects the tools to unlock energy savings and free up 30 percent of the reserve capacity in German-manufactured systems.
Weaving quality filament yarn fabrics
The weaving of filament yarns calls for a greater amount of skill and dexterity on the part of the operatives and supervisors. Many drastic changes in operating conditions and procedures and even modifications of equipment are sometimes necessary to weave these yarns. A high level of regularity along their length, the lustre and lie of filaments give the fabrics made from these yarns a sheer surface, which shows up the defects radially.
Variable frequency drives: Making Indian textile more sustainable
With the ´Make in India´ thrust gaining ground across industries, our focus today should be on the textile industry where India is touted to be second largest producer of textiles and garments in the world. The Indian textiles and apparel industry is expected to grow to a size of $223 billion by 2021, according to a report by Technopak Advisors.
M aster the Art of Sustainable Innovation’ is the avowed message for ITMA 2015 & rightly so. Humanity cannot make the Earth sick due to its greed. It is very easy to grasp the meaning of ethics in the sustainability exercise because textile manufacturing being one of the worst polluters on Earth needs to clean its act, by the R-routes -- Reuse, Reduce & Recycle.