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Published on Monday, 22 November 2010

Design breakthrough for CO2 dyeing

Written by Haydn Davis

dyecooMIJDRECHT - A collaboration between Dutch engineering firm Dyecoo and a design consultancy which speciaises in producing ‘eco-effective’, fashion has produced elegant garments dyed with CO2 instead of water.

The garments, which were created by Fioen van Balgooi from Netherlands-based consultancy Refinity use Dyecoo’s new supercritical CO2 (SC-CO2) dyeing technology for polyester fabrics, and are now being exhibited at reTHINK, an exhibition at Audax Textilemuseum Tilburg in the Netherlands.


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