DyStar Group, global textile dyestuffs supplier, has introduced Cadira exhaust polyester dyeing system as part of its resource efficiency program in a bid to reduce water, waste and energy consumption during polyester fabric dyeing.
Combining Dianix disperse dyes, Sera textile processing auxiliaries and the Eliot process optimization tool, Optidye PES, Cadira Polyester claims to improve right-first-time performance and reduce energy, water and chemical consumption as well as the effluent load.
Cadira Polyester also reduces the processing time which improves the utilisation of the machinery. The benefits of a full optimisation through Cadira Polyester can be up to 58 per cent of productivity increase.
The new launch is the second new dyeing system in the Dystarâ€™s Cadira branded solution and follows on from the April launch at Interdye China of its Cadira reactive exhaust dyeing system for cellulosic fibres such as cotton and man-made cellulosic fibres.
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