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FRANKFURT – DyStar has now teamed up with a specialist German engineering firm to produce a new machine that uses microwaves to fix dyestuffs during the continuous dyeing of cellulosic fibres.

Although already well-known as a way to fix reactive dyes on fabric batches in laboratories, this new development claims to be the first time that microwave technology can be used on an industrial scale to dye fabrics.

Several environmental savings are reported – including the potential to use renewable energy in the process. 

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