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Latest developments in CPB dyeing process
The Küsters S-roller technology is now a recognised brand and stands for a safe, reproducible dyeing method, the CPB cold, pad, batch process. The CPB process is becoming increasingly important, as it can be used to dye both short and long yardages of woven and knitted fabric very economically.
'Our innovation portfolio is driven by customer needs'
For more than 30 years, Dow Corning´s proven silicone solutions have enabled its customers in India to manufacture world-class products. The company set up its Indian operations in 2000 to better serve its customers - and since then, it has developed new products, supplied technical and business support, and offered innovative solutions to customers in dozens of industries and markets across India and South Asia.
Rising scope kindles silicones hopes
The hidden potential of silicones for the Indian market has still not been fully explored. Though the market is a bit slow, the leading producers are upbeat and are hard at cracking it. An exclusive ITJ report
'For last few years, silicones industry has grown 3% above worldwide GDP'
It all begun in 1998 for Wacker Metroark Chemicals Pvt Ltd, when WACKER and Metroark decided to form a joint venture under Soumitra Mukherjee´s leadership. Mukherjee joined his father Swaraj Ranjan Mukherjee at Metroark to develop the know-how and install plants for manufacture of siloxane intermediates and silicone resins and varnishes, making Metroark the only manufacturer of silicones in India.
Jeans that stay fresher longer
DL1961 Premium Denim, widely recognized for providing consumers with the “perfect-fitting jean,” has announced that its entire fall men’s collection will be treated with Dow SILVADUR™ Antimicrobial, which provides long--lasting odor control and freshness to apparel.
Spinning: A showcase of robust growth
Spinning has remained as an indispensable preliminary step to fabric formation in spite of many technological developments that provide the means to achieve direct conversion of fibres to fabrics. Ever since the spinning wheel was invented in India, first of the kinds of automation effort towards mechanisation
Dow Corning fortifies presence in India
Dow Corning, a successful pioneer in promoting the use of silicones for various applications, is upbeat about the Indian market, and with the intention of staying closer to the market needs of the Indian sectors, has launched its third largest application development centre globally at Powai in Mumbai.