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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.
DYEFAST by HeiQ accelerates polyester dyeing
The Swiss textile innovator HeiQ has introduced a new technology that has the potential to revolutionise polyester dyeing. DYEFAST enables a faster textile dyeing procedure leading to lower costs, less energy and water consumption and reduced carbon footprint.
Carbon footprint in textile processing
Global warming´ and ´carbon footprint´ are buzzwords now. Their importance and the consequential long-term devastating effects of ´Climate Change´ on the environment, habitat and even the existence of our mother Earth are widely discussed. This warming of atmospheric temperature is attributed to the emission of green house gases (GHG)´carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorocarbons are the major contributors
Danfoss showcases the future of cooling
At this years´ Chillventa exhibition, one of the most important events in the world for refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation and heat pumps, Danfoss puts the spotlight squarely on the main challenge for the cooling industry in the coming years and decades: How to reduce the emission of harmful gases without compromising wellbeing, efficiency and commercial growth.
Maini Materials´ drive towards sustainability
Sustainability has now become just as important as any other field of business. Airports can no longer keep sustainability off their main agenda and need to adapt to real time sustainable measures.
Water-free Dyeing for Nike
Nike CEO Mark Parker has described the opening of a new ´water-free´ dyeing facility at its Taiwanese contract manufacturer Far Eastern New Century Corp,
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