DyStar Group is introducing Cadira Polyester sustainable dyes, the second concept of its new Resource Efficiency Program.

The Cadira concepts considerably reduces water, waste and energy consumption and will help brands and retailers and their production partners to save valuable resources, to reduce the carbon footprint of their textile goods and to increase productivity by improving the utilization of machinery, the Singapore-based DyStar said Tuesday. As the first concept of the Cadira Module, Cadira Reactive was launched at Interdye Shanghai in April.

The second program is Cadira Polyester, which combines Dianix dyes and Sera auxiliaries with the “eliot process” optimization tool Optidye PES. Eliot is an Internet-based marketing tool that provides ecological and technical information, as well as tools for the optimization of the dyeing processes. Optidye PES are a group of optimization programs for dyeing recipes and processes to shorten dyeing cycle.

The resource efficiency effects are achieved through components that improve performance and reduce energy, water and chemical consumption, and effluent load.

Cadira Polyester additionally reduces the processing time which improves the utilization of the machinery. The benefits of a full optimization through Cadira Polyester can be up to a 58 percent of productivity increase, DyStar noted.

DyStar said it will soon introduce additional components for more resource efficiency and productivity in the textile production.

DyStar Group provides a complete range of colorants, auxiliaries and services, with offices, competence centers, agencies and production plants in over 50 countries.

With a heritage of more than a century of product development and innovation for the textile and leather industry, DyStar has developed into new markets and now in addition serves the paper, plastic and other specialty chemical industries.

The DyStar “econfidence” program provides assurance that recommended products comply with legal, voluntary and brand and retailer Restricted Substance List requirements. It is an assurance that its products are in compliance with chemical and environmental legislation in each market in which they are sold.

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