Dyeing with supercritical CO2 – finally a success story?
Dyeing in supercritical CO2 could finally be on track for success after 25 years of development. Originally an idea of German universities, it was developed and brought to market by the Dutch start-up company DyeCoo. With this innovative, environmentally friendly and water-free dyeing technology, today sportswear textiles made of polyester are produced in Asia for the brands of adidas and Nike. Continue reading
Sustainable colouration concepts: waterless dyeing
This article series is about latest trends and future perspectives in coloration technologies. This part is about coloration using waterless dyeing concepts which is based on supercritical carbon dioxide, a technology invented in Germany 25 years ago. Continue reading
Nike adopts waterless dyeing technology
Nike announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with DyeCoo Textile Systems on supercritical CO2 dyeing. Continue reading