Trends and Solutions for Green Textiles! (Session 3 – 6/16)
Powering Our Sustainability Journey – Trends and Solutions for Green Textiles!
Textiles are indispensable in our daily life. With the development of technology, textiles and related technology are also changing rapidly. In addition to comfort, the demand for product features has also led to various functions. Further, the request for the production process has advanced from automation to energy saving and emission reduction.
With 50 years of experience in the textile industry, Everlight Chemical knows the new generation of textiles should fulfill the corporate responsibility and meet the three critical aspects of “consumer expectations,” “brand safety regulations,” and “environmental and social governance (ESG).”
In this post-pandemic era, We invited ZDHC and many experts in the textile industries, together with Everlight’s technical experts, to hold the virtual conference of Trends and Solutions for Green Textiles. Every Thursday in June, we will share the future trends of the textile industry, the needs of brands, and the latest technological developments online. Moreover, in Everlight Chemical’s virtual expo, we will present the latest environmental solutions for textile applications.
Welcome to join us online to explore the sustainability journey!
Session 3 – 6/16
15:00 Joshua Ko – Manager
Subject: New Application for Evereco® PUR
Evereco® PUR are 100% solid content and eco-friendly adhesives in textile / Techtextile lamination with special additional functions, such as high resistance to yellowing and fluorescent color rendering. Furthermore, Evereco® PUR provides good performance in top coating layer, skin layer and adhesive layer in the green leather industry!
15:30 Pi-Luen Ho – General Manager
Subject: PUR 2D 3D Feel Free Dotting
Jordan Dynamics provides novel solutions for precise and intelligent processing equipment required by the new generation of textile industry. It is matched with Evereco® PUR and through high-precision dispensing equipment, making it possible to process various fabrics that are not easy to laminate, and integrate them into the textile process.