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20 September 2014 02:50AM

Spinning Technology

This section provides the information of spinning technology in four different areas as shown below.

This section provides the information of spinning technology in four different areas as shown below.

Closing The Loop: Companies Making New Products from Recycled Textile Waste

The average American trashes an astonishing sixty-five pounds of textiles every year, adding up to 13.1 million tons overall – yet all those ripped and worn-out clothes, linens and other used fabrics could be transformed into beautiful new products. Textile recovery reduces the need for landfill space, preserves precious resources, and results in less pollution from manufacturing. A number of companies are producing gorgeous goods from reclaimed textiles, including Jinja, Patagonia, and Brentano Fabrics.

The average American trashes an astonishing sixty-five pounds of textiles every year, adding up to 13.1 million tons overall – yet all those ripped and worn-out clothes, linens and other used fabrics could be transformed into beautiful new products.

Textiles Reuse and Recycling

Textiles Are So Much More Than Just Clothes!

An Update of Dyeing and Finishing Technology

The special published reports in dyestuff & Auxiliary, Dyeing & Finishing Technology in this issue include DyeCoo technology, new textile finish both with antiviral and antibacterial properties, the growth of demand for antimicrobial textiles, dyes and pigments market worth 11 million metric ton by 2018.
DyeCoo's Waterless Dyeing Technology - DyeCoo Textile Systems BV, a Dutch-based company founded in March 2008, is a company that invented carbondioxide (CO2) dyeing technology to replace water with recyclable CO2 for reducing the energy consumption and eliminating the need of added chemicals in the dyeing process. The significant potential of DyeCoo technology has been recognized by the world's leading sports apparel brand Nike Inc. Nike has invested in DyeCoo since early 2012. Nike used the DyeCoo technology to dye fabrics used for the uniforms of Kenya's 2012 Olympic marathon team. Moreover, Nike also established recycled supercritical CO2 dyeing technology at its Taiwanese contract manufacturer Far Eastern New Century Corp. for developing and scaling up the dyeing process. In addition, IKEA Green Tech is another company investing in DyeCoo Textile System for helping to speed up the development and availability of this technology for dyeing cotton. Huntsman Textile Effects is also working with DyeCoo to develop dyes and chemicals that are soluble in supercritical CO2. Huntsman Textile Effects achieved to launch a range of dyes namely Uvitex SC-PN, Uvitex SC-PB and Uvitex SC-PR to use with DyeCoo Technology. This information was obtained from the websites of DyeCoo and Huntsman Textile Effects.

The special published reports in dyestuff & Auxiliary, Dyeing & Finishing Technology in this issue include DyeCoo technology, new textile finish both with antiviral and antibacterial properties, the growth of demand for antimicrobial textiles, dyes and pigments market worth 11 million metric ton by 2018.

 
  • An Update of Dyeing and Finishing Technology
    An Update of Dyeing and Finishing Technology
    The special published reports in dyestuff & Auxiliary, Dyeing & Finishing Technology in this issue include DyeCoo technology, new textile finish both with antiviral and antibacterial properties, the growth of demand for antimicrobial textiles, dyes and pigments market worth 11 million metric ton by 2018. DyeCoo's Waterless Dyeing Technology -…
  • Closing The Loop: Companies Making New Products from Recycled Textile Waste
    Closing The Loop: Companies Making New Products from Recycled Textile Waste
    The average American trashes an astonishing sixty-five pounds of textiles every year, adding up to 13.1 million tons overall – yet all those ripped and worn-out clothes, linens and other used fabrics could be transformed into beautiful new products. Textile recovery reduces the need for landfill space, preserves precious resources,…
  • Textiles Reuse and Recycling
    Textiles Reuse and Recycling
    Textiles Are So Much More Than Just Clothes!
  • South Korea’s textile industry looks for greener pastures
    South Korea’s textile industry looks for greener pastures
    As the traditional markets in the West pass through uncertain times, triggered by an economic slowdown and a painfully slow recovery, textile industries from some countries are seeking solutions to cope with competition among the global market, for example, South Korea’s textile industry is looking around for greener pastures in…
  • Spinning Technology
    Spinning Technology
    This section provides the information of spinning technology in four different areas as shown below. This section provides the information of spinning technology in four different areas as shown below.
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ACIMIT’S VIDEO ON  ITALIAN SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES IS NOW ON-LINE
ACIMIT’S VIDEO ON ITALIAN SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES IS NOW ON-LINE
At the press conference held by ACIMIT and the ICE – the Italian Trade Agency, at the ITMA ASIA trade fair event in Shanghai on 17 June, ACIMIT (the Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers) presented its video promoting the progress being achieved by its members in the field of…
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World Spinning Industry
This short article shows the world market growth of yarn spinning industry based on the following information: spinning machinery shipments in 2011, yarn output in Q1/2012, and cotton yarn sales volume during 2007-2016.  In addition, new spinning and texturing technology is also included.  
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The Shift In Global Man-made Fibers Production
The Shift In Global Man-made Fibers Production Jürg Rupp, Executive Editor Since their invention in the late 1930s, man-made fibers production was first dominated by European and U.S. manufacturers — and later on, by Japan. With the appearance of China as the dominant producer of the whole textile chain, this scenario has changed drastically.
  • Farewell to Kayser Sung, a world-class textile economist!

    Kayser Winsiang SUNG, editor-in-chief and publisher of Textile Asia, born Nanjing, October 1, 1919; died Hong Kong, January 12, 2010  

  • Academy of Hope & Trust

    ช่วงเดือนธันวาคมของทุกปีเป็นเดือนที่พวกเรามีความสุข เพราะเป็นเดือนที่พวกเราชาวไทยทั้งหลายได้ร่วมกันเฉลิมฉลองเนื่องในวันเฉลิมพระชนมพรรษาขององค์พระบาทสมเด็จพระเจ้าอยู่หัว

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  • 18th Saha Group Fair is set to amaze!
    18th Saha Group Fair is set to amaze!
    Mr.Boonsithi Chokwatana (Right) Chairman of Saha Group and Mr.Boonkiet Chokwatana (Left) Head of the Saha Group fair’s organizing committee. held a press conference to announced that it is all ready to organize the much-awaited 18th Saha Group Fair, during this June 26th -29th at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. The event will once again feature the “Thailand Best” project aimed at promoting quality Thai products among Thai consumers and contribute to Thailand’s economic upward trend. This year, visitors will be enthralled by a zillion innovations, food products and commodities at super-special prices over 1,000 booths, combined with convenient free home…
  • Premiere Vision Paris Preview: Thai Silk Trend Spring / Summer 2015
    Premiere Vision Paris Preview: Thai Silk Trend Spring / Summer 2015
    The Office of Knowledge Management and Development Thailand Textile Institute, and the Queen Sirikit Department of Sericulture organizer Premiere Vision Paris Preview: Thai Silk Trend Spring / Summer 2015 launch Silk Thailand 50 piece first to join in the "Premiere Vision. 2014 "on 18-20 February 2557 at the Paris, France premiere at The National Discovery Museum Institute was held in Bangkok on January 31, 2557. The Office of Knowledge Management and Development Thailand Textile Institute, and the Queen Sirikit Department of Sericulture organizer Premiere Vision Paris Preview: Thai Silk Trend Spring / Summer 2015 launch Silk Thailand 50 piece first…
  • French Technologies & Services for the Thai Textile and Technical Textile Industries 2014
    French Technologies & Services for the Thai Textile and Technical Textile Industries 2014
    The French Agency for International Business Development, French Association of Textile Machinery Manufacturers, in cooperation with Thailand Textile Institute, seminar on machinery for textile industry topics "French Technologies & Services for the Thai Textile and Technical Textile Industries 2014" The seminar was occurred on Tuesday, 1st April 2014 at Sofitel So Bangkok (Sathorn Road). The French Agency for International Business Development, French Association of Textile Machinery Manufacturers, in cooperation with Thailand Textile Institute, seminar on machinery for textile industry topics "French Technologies & Services for the Thai Textile and Technical Textile Industries 2014" The seminar was occurred on Tuesday, 1st…
  • Meeting to congratulate Khun Mayuree Na Rangsilpato her new Appointment as a President of The Thai Synthetic Fiber Manufacturers’ Association
    Meeting to congratulate Khun Mayuree Na Rangsilpato her new Appointment as a President of The Thai Synthetic Fiber Manufacturers’ Association
    Volker Illert, Executive Director of TTCMSO (Thai Textile Clothing Member Ship Organization), congratulating Khun Mayuree Na Rangsilpa to her new appointment on 27.04.2555. He presented the flower and extra published Brochure of TTCMSO in this occasion.
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