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Published on Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Alps adopts Huntsman water saving technology

Written by Haydn Davis

huntsmanSINGAPORE - Alps Industries, one of India’s largest home textiles exporters has adopted Huntsman Textile Effects’ latest range of reactive dye technology that tests show can reduce water and energy consumption by up to 50%.

The two companies already have a well established strategic partnership and Alps’ take-up of the new Avitera SE range of reactive dyes, in combination with Eriopon LT a new type of clearing additive, will be a key part of the textile maker’s initiative to use more environmentally friendly production methods.


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