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Jeanologia promoting the Mexican textile sector with sustainable technologies

jeanologiaJeanologia the leading Spanish company has been promoting the Mexican textile sector with sustainable technologies that increase productivity and competitiveness. In the development of sustainable solutions for the finishing of jeans, presents innovations that will transform the Mexican industry towards automation and efficiency. The company has reduced 90 per cent of water and chemical consumption and 50 per cent of power, thanks to the combination of its three sustainable technologies: laser, ozone and e-Flow nanobubbles. Also its integration of these technologies power new creative possibilities scalable to large productions.

Using Light PP Spray and Light Scraper solutions, it is possible to produce pollution-free jeans as the use of the dangerous potassium permanganate has been removed and it’s possible to clone the authentic look of the antique denim in an efficient and ethical manner. Flexi HS 3D laser machine allows multiple combinations of dial-up thanks to its Swivel Head and optical system that allows you to work both in horizontal and vertical mode on jeans, shorts, shirts, t-shirts, jackets and accessories.



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