DyStar unveils latest sustainable innovation of Cadira ® Polyamide and Polyester / Cellulosic Exhaust

DyStar has been announcing the latest introduction of Cadira ® Polyamide and Polyester / Cellulosic Exhaust, a chemical company with more than one hundred products in development and innovation. DyStar delivers, in both acquisitions, eleven Cadira modules to support the supply chain, from manufacture to produce and beyond, in full sustainable solutions.

Fanny Vermandel, Vice President, Global Marketing Coloration of DyStar said, “DyStar is delighted to add Cadira Polyamide and Cadira Polyester/Cellulosic Exhaust to our current modules. With these additions, Brands and Retailers, manufacturers, and production houses can look onto these options to further optimize their production processes. DyStar strongly believes that its evolving innovations support and shape the supply chain towards a greener and cleaner production environment.”

Cadira® Polyamide

Cadira Polyamide is an environmentally friendly scour-dyeing process using DyStar’s Telon® and Isolan® dyes and selected Sera® products for nylon, nylon blends and recycled nylon. In the same bath, pretreating, thinning and adjusted post-treatment compared with the traditional method which needs three different baths now are done. This, in turn, decreases water, method time and energy consumption considerably. Test findings indicate that energy usage was down to 20 percent, water consumption was down to 30 percent, steam consumption up to 25 percent and tinting was down up to 30 percent.

Cadira® Polyester/Cellulosic Exhaust

The Cadira Polyester/Cellulosic Exhaust module offers process optimization options and product offers for exhaust processing of polyester/cellulosic blends to reduce consumption of water, energy and reduce the output of greenhouse gas emission, as well as wastewater quantities and effluent load. Recommended DyStar’s products for environmentally friendly exhaust processing of polyester/cellulosic blends include Dianix®, Levafix®, Remazol®, Indanthren®, Sirius® dyes and Sera® auxiliaries are suggested for dyeing and after treatment.

Since the launch of the first Cadira module in 2016, DyStar has developed a total of 11 Cadira modules: Reactive, Reactive/Disperse Continuously, Polyester/Cellulosic Exhaust, VAT, Polyester, Recycled Polyester, Wool, Polyamide, Printing PX, Denim and Laundry, helping the entire textile value chain to achieve greener production.

This article orignially appeared in Textilefocus


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