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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.
Danfoss India scales new peak in energy efficiency
Danfoss India reinforces energy efficiency standards by inaugurating one-of-its-kind lab that can boost national energy security. It was a big moment for us. It is the culmination of our efforts in R&D in energy efficiency
Energy efficiency, top priority in textiles!
Industrial sector consumes the highest power in India - about 49 percent of the total energy production in the country. Textile industry consumes the third highest energy in India.
CFRP use in warp knitting cuts energy consumption
For a long time now energy-saving machine concepts have been the key aspect of KARL MAYER´s R&D work. Energy has different functions in the operation of a warp knitting machine: mainly the drive of the knitting elements but also the cooling of the components
Chemical management, first step to achieve eco-friendly textiles
The focus of brands on chemical management across their supply chains has traditionally been the ´tip of the iceberg´, that is, their direct contractual vendors. Their influence beyond direct vendors (the Tier 1 suppliers) has been minimal.
A.T.E.: Energising future with eco concerns
A.T.E. was founded as a part of India´s freedom movement. The idea ´ to sell high quality German textile machinery in India to challenge the prevailing British monopoly in the field. A.T.E. encompasses three essential elements of life ´ Air, Water, and Energy.
Demand side management in textiles in Bangladesh
Trade encouragement policies of the western countries, availability of cheap labour and low energy costs have provided Bangladesh with huge potential in the global clothing market, especially in EU and the US, feel Rakesh Kumar Goyal and Dr RP Agarwal
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