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Archroma & CleanKore partner for sustainable dyeing
Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with technology innovator CleanKore, aiming to advance sustainable dyeing processes throughout the denim supply chain. The agreement will allow Archroma and CleanKore to promote the benefits of each other’s technologies.
This includes Archroma’s robust catalog of dyes and specialty chemicals along with CleanKore’s patented process of dyeing yarns at the denim mill that completely eliminates the need for potassium permanganate (PP) spray and laser booster to achieve the bright white abrasion effect in the garment finishing process.
The result is a large and circular bright white core with a small ring of indigo dye.
Wastewater treatment in textile wet processing
Textile wastewater is one of the most polluted wastewaters due to high chemical oxygen demand (COD) concentration, strong colour, high pH and temperature, and low biodegradability. These effluents can exhibit serious environmental problems and public health concerns if improperly disposed.
Fibertex Nonwovens invests DKK 300m in North America
Aiming to capitalise on the booming demand for advanced nonwovens seen in recent years, Danish industrial group Fibertex Nonwovens is investing DKK 300 million to expand its output capacity and meet the growing need for local production of nonwovens in North America.
Stretchable conductor for wearable electronics
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has developed a highly permeable and superelastic conductor which can be used for wearable electronic devices that can withstand long-time wearing.
SIMA launches ELS organic cotton project in Tamilnadu
Though India has become the largest producer of cotton in the world, the country faces acute shortage of Extra Long Staple (ELS) cotton as the BT technology that was introduced during 2003, provided the technology only for long staple cotton.
AI piping specialist eyeing growth in India
With new products/technologies and by opening more warehouses, the company plans to increase the movement of its sales force and focus on OEMs post pandemic.
Making India a global textile hub
Our history is a guiding force that we can achieve the target of making India a global hub for textiles and apparels. Our recent accomplishment of venturing into medical textile as a new entrant and dominating the segment gives us the confidence to become world leaders.
Revolution in the world of material science is need of the hour
Surface Modification Technologies has over 20 years of hands-on experience in handling various advance surface treatment technologies. The company delivers surface enhancement solutions using Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) coating processes customised to individual requirements. Umesh Mhatre, Managing Director, Surface Modification Technologies opens up about latest technologies in surface enhancement solutions and provides suggestions to improve the Indian textile industry.
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