Social Media Twitter Facebook Linked In RSS Feed Podcasts

AMSTERDAM - Dutch engineering and R&D company Dye-FF claims to have invented a solution for waterless, low-carbon footprint fabric scouring, using compressed carbon dioxide (CO2) as a non-toxic solvent.

Dye-FF founder Martijn van der Kraan has applied for a patent for his invention in which polyester or polyester-spandex blends are perfused by compressed CO2 which dissolves and carries away knitting and spinning oil from the fibres.

So far, the technology has been tested at small scale (1kg) in an R&D machine designed by Dye-FF and built by business partner, machine builder Ozephius Stainless, near Rotterdam.

Why Subscribe ?

Back Issue Archive
Other Publications from MCL News & Media

Interested in advertising?

Simply give us a call

Sales: +44 1977 708488

Or if you prefer email, click on the button below and we'll get back to you asap