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Dope-dyed fibres: An eco-friendly solution
By adopting the dope dyeing process, less chemicals and energy are needed as the process is short and less waste water is generated, infer Ajay Sardana and Amit Dayal.
Arvind bags award in energy conservation
Arvind Limited, India’s leading fashion and lifestyle conglomerate, bagged the Top Rank Award in energy conservation and efficiency during the National Energy Conservation Awards 2016 organised by The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power, Government of India.
Impact on rotor & airjet yarn properties
Rotor spinning has a great potential to reduce the twist factor, which is the basic prerequisite for the production of knitted fabric with a soft touch; by support of a new spin box generation and its components, explains Nitin T Patil, Prof Dr SP Borkar, Dr Stephan Weidner-Bohnenberger and Marc Schnell.
Steps towards Industrie 4.0
Industrie 4.0 is the interconnection of state-of-the-art information technology and manufacturing processes. The Internet has already profoundly changed private life; in the meantime, the Internet of Things and Services is entering the production process and is creating new business models.
E3 means zero waste
Sustainability is in demand, and the new target in the textile industry and elsewhere is: zero waste. With its E³ strategy, Saurer has been moving consistently in this direction for some years. Energy, raw materials and personnel – each of these resources costs money, is in short supply and therefore needs to be used economically and efficiently.
Simple steps to save energy
In the textile industry, appreciable amounts of energy could be saved or conserved by regulating the temperature in the steam pipes, adjusting the air/fuel ratio in the boilers, and installing heat exchangers using warm waste water, says Dr P Senthilkumar. The conservation of energy is an essential step towards overcoming the mounting problems of the worldwide energy crisis and environmental degradation.