Dye manufacturer DyStar introduces a salt-free dyeing solution for the denim industry.
The Singapore-based company launched Cadira Denim last week, a dyeing process that combines DyStar Indigo Vat 40% Solution with the ecological reducing agent, Sere Con C-RDA.
Touted as the “cleanest indigo on the market,” DyStar Indigo Vat 40% reduces sodium hydrosulfite usage by 60 to 70 percent and results in cleaner waste water and less water usage. This combination allows denim manufacturers to achieve salt-free dying with a strong effluent load reduction.
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