Denim Fading Made Flexible

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Denim Fading Made Flexible

  1. 1. November 2011
  2. 2. Impact of lots of people7 Billion people in 2011 / 9 billion people by 2050Our dependency on many current production methods comes at a huge and unsustainableeconomic, environmental, and social cost.Feeding, clothing, and providing shelter for everyone does not come free. Everything has a cost. Page 2
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  6. 6. Auxiliary Chemicals Textile Mill V a l u e C h a i nFarm Consumer Contractor Brands / Retailers Auxiliary Chemicals Page 6
  7. 7. Agenda Presentation PrimaGreen® collections Page 7 7
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  10. 10.  Page 10
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  13. 13. ® Flexible Fading effects with PrimaGreen® EcoLight 1 A B C D E F G HStarting fromSulphur black I G K L Page 13
  14. 14. ® ® potassium permanganate spray• •• less Page 14
  15. 15. ® Single bath enzymatic desizing fading stonewashingGenencor® Cool DS Genencor® Neutra Star PrimaGreen® EcoFade LT100 Optisize® Primafast® GOLD /EcoLight 1 ® • • • • Page 15
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  19. 19. Benefit to brand Feature Benefit to processor house/retailerClaim lower water use Single bath system Decrease water consumptionPotential for lower carbon footprint Low processing temperature Decrease energy consumption & CO2 emissions1.Create flexible fading effects on Color modification of indigo & Differentiated and varied castsone substrate sulphur dyestuff compared to the chemical2. Reduce the number of substrates treatmentrequired to get varied wash effects Controlled shade adjustment Lower material rejection comparedImprove quality and consistency with chemical bleach Controllable and reproducible Reduce the variation batch on process batchIncrease care for people Neutral pH and biodegradable Gentle & safe processing conditionsNo damage to LYCRA® elastane No strength loss Reduce the risk of fabric damagefiber containing denim whencompared to chemical bleachingprocesses Page 19
  20. 20. ® 60oC 15 min 40oC 30 min 50oC 10 min 50oC 10 min 60oC 7 min Desize Cellulase Chlorite Neutralize Rinse wash bleachTraditional chemicalbleaching drop & drop & drop & drop & drop & refill refill refill refill refill 60oC 15 min 60oC 7 min Desize 40oC 30 min 20-40oC 20-60 min Rinse Cellulase EcoFade wash fadeEnzymatic one bathfading drop & drop & drop & refill One bath refill refill Desizing+Abrasion 50oC, 6’ 50oC, 10’ 50oC, 13’ Chlorite A B C D bleaching The same fabric EcoFade A B C D fading Desizing+Abrasion 35oC, 20’ 35oC, 40’ 35oC, 60’ Page 20
  21. 21. ® 60oC 15 min 50oC 30 min 70oC 20-40min Rinse Desize Cellulase H2O2 bleach 60oC 5 min washTraditional peroxidebleaching drop drop drop drop & & & & refill refill refill refill 60oC 15 min 60oC 30-60 min 60oC 5 min Desize Enzymatic fade Rinse PrimaGreen®Enzymatic fading EcoLight 1 drop drop drop & & & refill refill refill Desizing+abrasion 45’ 20’ 70oC 30’ 70oC, 36’ 70oC EcoLight process savings (C1 fading level) vs. peroxide bleaching (D bleaching level) Peroxide 45% A B C D bleaching 35%On the same fabric 25% 39% 15% EcoLight A1 B1 C1 D1 27% 5% 8% fading -5% Water Steam Time Desizing 30’ 60oC 60’ 60oC 90’ 60oC (drop bath after 60mins, re-dose and wash extra 30mins) Page 21
  22. 22. ® Flexible Fading with the combination of EcoFade/EcoLight B C D E A NeutraStar 40’ NeutraStar 40’ NeutraStar 40’ NeutraStar 40’ EcoFade 30’ EcoFade 60’ EcoFade 60’ EcoLight 60’ F G H Desized Changing the process/recipe Sulphur/Indigo to achieve your dyed fabric desired effects EcoLight 60’ EcoLight 60’ EcoLight 60’ NeutraStar 40’ NeutraStar 40’ EcoFade 30’ EcoFade 60’Genencor ® Neutra Star: a cellulase for abrasionPrimaGreen ® EcoFade LT100: a laccase for fading Indigo dyestuffPrimaGreen ® EcoLight 1: a esterase for fading Sulphur dyestuff Page 22
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  24. 24. ® Peroxide bleaching PrimaGreen® EcoLight 1 fading Chemicals 2.0 g/l amylase USD 0.07 / 2.0 g/l amylase USD 0.24 / 2.0 g/l wetting agent kg garment 2.0 g/l wetting agent kg garment 2.0 g/l anti backstaining agent 2.0 g/l anti backstaining agent 0.5 g/l Genencor Neutral 3.0 g/l hydrogen peroxide 30% Finish 5.0 g/l DSP 1.0 g/l anti backstaining agent 2.0 g/l Triacetin 2.0 g/l caustic soda 1.0 g/l PrimaGreen EcoLight 3.0 g/l hydrogen peroxide30% 2.0 g/l dispersing agent 2.0 g/l dispersing agent Energy 60 oC, 15 min (desizing) USD 0.58 / 60 oC, 15min (desizing) USD 0.35 / 40 oC, 30 min (abrasion) kg garment 60 oC, 60 min (fading) kg garment 70 oC, 40 min (fading) Water 3 baths of process water USD 0.07 / 2 baths of process water USD 0.03 / 5 baths of rinsing water kg garment 2 baths of rinsing water kg garment Total cost USD 0.72 / kg garment USD 0.62 / kg garment14 % total cost savings with EcoLight process: USD 5.11 / 100 garments! Page 24
  25. 25. ® Pure Indigo Man wearSulphur/Indigo dyed fabric Pure Sulphur Man wear Sulphur/Indigo dyed fabric Man wear Women Stretch Page 25
  26. 26.  Enzymes are the future for environmentally-friendly textile processing. However, it needs all of us to work together to develop and implement these efficient and greener applications effectively. ® Thank you! www.primagreen.org textiles@danisco.com Page 26

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