As the global interest in sustainability grows, the textile production house Huntsman Textile Effects, have ensured mills adopt the all in one ERIOPON® E3-SAVE textile auxiliary for polyester processing. The company launched it one year ago and have unitedly saved over 130 million liters of water.
The demand for polyester fabric in sportswear and athleisure apparel observes high demand. The sales in the sector have been on the rise, even amidst the pandemic polyester has proven to be popular. For centuries dying of polyester and its blends has traditionally been resource-intensive, time-consuming and expensive.
The Huntsman Textile Effects next-generation ERIOPON E3-SAVE textile auxiliary was engineered to meet these challenges. The process eliminates the need to separate pre-sourcing by allowing the pre-sourcing, dyes and reduction clearing to be combined in a single bath. The mills who adopt the ERIOPON E3-SAVE can hence drastically shorten the polyester dyeing process and save water, energy and costs.
Kerim Oner, the global marketing manager, Huntsman Textile Effects, stated that their innovations aim to aid the mills by improving their productivity and competitiveness while also contributing to the textile industry’s shift to sustainable practices. He further explained with ERIOPON E3-SAV, they have harnessed the unparalleled technical expertise and applications in their field of research to develop a product that has proven to reduce costs for mills and that meets current and the anticipated industrial sustainability standards.
Dae Young Textile Vietnam Co. Ltd was among the first to adopt the ERIOPON technology. Much to their surprise, the sustainable textile producers in Asia saw experienced that the ERIOPON E3-SAVE had reduced their processing time by 20%, their water consumption by 50% and has increased their annual savings up to 30%.
Jeong Won Oh, the general manager, Dae Young Textile Vietnam, stated that ERIOPON E3-SAVE has delivered a combination of the best in class performance and value as it allows them to have the shortest possible processing cycle. He further added that they were no only saving money but we’re also saving water, energy and time.
The unique polymer technology increases the productivity of the company through its unique controlled exhaustion that ensures the right dying cycle on the first attempt. The process extracts oil and oil-based impurities from the fiber and during the processing and displays a high affinity to disperse dyes. This enables the rapid removal of unfixed surface dyes from the fiber during reduction clearing. An advanced multi-action dyeing auxiliary in the dyEvolution™ range delivers environmental and economic sustainability.
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