Webtalk on recycling of man-made fibers with more than 400 registrations

Magazine for Textiles, Clothing, Leather and Technology

The next VDMA technology web talk is scheduled for 19 January (2:00 – 3:30 pm CET).

The event “Recycling of man-made fibers – challenges and solutions towards a textile circular economy” already attracted more than 400 registrations.  

The speakers and their topics at a glance

Ms Amrei Becker, Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen University:

Current developments of technical solutions for textile recycling:

Numerous processes to recycle plastics are described in the literature. However, fiber blends, multilayer constructions, and textile-specific impurities make the recycling of synthetic textiles a particular challenge. In this webinar, challenges and solutions for the recycling of synthetic textiles will be presented and discussed.

Mr Markus Reichwein, Oerlikon Textile

Innovative Manmade Fibers Solutions support a sustainable textile value chain

The right technologies for recycling and energy efficiency are key requirements for a sustainable Manmade Fiber Industry. Oerlikon Manmade Fibers is describing a cascaded approach into new technologies as well as different material sources outlining the need for versatile solutions.

Two more technology web talks are already scheduled for February:

Resource-saving in Textile Processing – Continous Dyeing and Washing Latest news from Monforts, DyStar®, and Goller

February 3rd, 2022, 01:00 pm CET 

Speakers and their topics:

Mr. Jonas Beisel, A. Monforts Textilmaschinen: Econtrol®: Continuous dyeing under ecological and economical aspects

Mr. Bertram Seuthe, DyStar Colours Distribution: DyStar®’s Sustainable Concepts for Continuous Dyeing

Mr. Guido Seiler, FONG’S EUROPE: Continuous washing after dyeing – flexible and efficient with GOLLER SINTENSA and EFFECTA compartments.

Another web talk under the title Sustainability with minimal application with the companies PLEVA and WEKO is already scheduled for 19.02.22. Information will follow!

After the presentations, the experts will be available to answer the participants’ questions.

More information and registration is possible via this link (no participation fee):

https://en.industryarena.com/vdma-textile-machinery/webinar

contact: Nicolai Strauch

phone: +49 69 6603 1366

mail: nicolai.strauch@vdma.org

 

Source: www.vdma.org