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Published on Wednesday, 01 June 2016

Resource savings in polyester textile dyeing

Written by John Mowbray

SINGAPORE – Global textile dyestuffs supplier Dystar has introduced its new 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.

The new Cadira polyester dyeing system uses Dystar Dianix dyes and Sera process auxiliaries to improve efficiencies through right-first-time dyeing and recution of wastewater contamination.

The new launch is the second new dyeing system in the Dystar’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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