Water-free dyeing is in the works

August 7th, 2015

Tokyo-based zip manufacturer YKK is working on a new “eco” dyeing process using supercritical fluid dyeing (SFD) technology, which the company says will allow it to use almost no water in the dyeing process. YKK’s technology uses carbon dioxide (CO2) as a dyeing medium that can be collected and recycled. It also does not require […]

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Cleantech introduces eco-friendly dyeing machine

February 3rd, 2015

A new air-fluid, dual-use dyeing machine from Cleantech Solutions International Inc. uses both air flow and fluid flow in the dyeing process. It allows users to customize the dyeing process according to the specific type of textile. It’s equipped with a series of specialized and patented components, including nozzles, cloth wheels and cloth spreaders, which […]

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