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Cotton dyeing sans water!
The NIFT-TEA Knitwear Fashion Institute is collaborating with Synthetic and Arts Silk Mills Research (SASMIRA) to develop a machine for dyeing cotton fabrics without the use of water. The proposed machine will be similar to the one developed by SASMIRA for dyeing polyester fabrics, which uses liquefied carbon dioxide instead of water.
KARL MAYER to promote concrete reinforced with carbon-fibre textiles
Technical textiles have made their mark as reinforcing materials for use in concrete structures. The world’s first bridge made from fibre-reinforced concrete was erected in 2005 in Oschatz. Textiles made from carbon-fibre rovings are particularly suitable for reinforcing concrete, since carbon fibres weighing approximately 1.8 g/cm3 are four times lighter and, with a load-bearing capacity of 3,000 N/mm2, are six times more efficient than conventional steel-reinforced concrete.
Wovens, an exciting potential!
Weaving is one of the oldest manufacturing processes known to man, but in the age of technical textiles it is about to undergo exciting new transformations, says Peter D. Dornier, chief executive officer and co-owner of Lindauer DORNIER GmbH.
Autefas new-gen nonwoven cards
At ITMA in Milan, Autefa Solutions will present its solutions within the business fields of nonwovens technology, woollen carding technology and fibre logistics technology. Autefa Solutions Group unites the brands Autefa, Fehrer, F.O.R., Octir and Strahm. Autefa Solutions is part of China Hi-Tech Group Corporation (CHTC), the largest Chinese textile group.
"We always produce keeping the latest trends as priority"
Manufacturing International quality denim products since 1992, Spykar Jeans is soon launching many exciting things for its customers and potential customers in the market by providing them more comfort and evolving its services to a next level. Spykar has been proactive in participating in major events and college festivals.
Highest demand for HP fibres from Asia Pacific
High-performance fibres are those fibres, which offer exceptional strength, heat and chemical resistance. High performance fibres are niche products but some of them are manufactured in large quantities according to the demand from end-user industries.
Innovations point to futuristic solutions
KARL MAYER will be exhibiting at Techtextil 2015 as an expert partner in the development of innovative solutions, which are setting new standards in many areas of everyday life and industry.
Technotex ends on hopeful note
A new textile policy is on the anvil and it will lay the roadmap for the sector for the next 15 years, said Union Minister of Textiles Santosh Gangwar after inaugurating the 4th edition of Technotex 2015. Organized by the Ministry of Textiles & FICCI, Technotex 2015 was held at Mumbai, the financial capital of India, between April 9-11, 2015.