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Published on Dec 17, 2012
Since 2010 we have adopted a sustainable development strategy that requires changes in thinking, consumption, design review, production patterns and business approach. The "Carbon Footprint" or the measure of the equivalent of CO2 emission of the garments, socks, seamless and panty-hoses rotary-dye extractor "NRP/UNIVERSAL" was investigated over its complete life span, from the extraction of raw material and manufacturing, to the use of the product by final consumers and end-of-life processes. The impact analysis was limited to emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) that have effect on climate change. The study conclusion put a strong focus on hot spots for eco-design review and eco-efficiency improvements of the machine leading us to the new 3LC concept: "LOW CARBON -- LOW CALORIES -- LOWER OPERATING COST".
Besides, the series "NRG" is the first worldwide dyeing machine that has obtained the Green label certification according to Kyoto protocol having achieved a great reduction of emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) calculated during its life-cycle respect the standard model. The "NRG" represents over 30 years of experience in garments dyeing. Thanks to its excellent performances and versatility, "NRG" grants quick return of investment for any dye-house, ensuring minimum operating costs, minimal environmental impact and ongoing sustainability. The structural and internal configuration of the machine has been re-studied to create a positive flowing of bath thus assuring safe processes at low liquor ratio. "NRG" opens new perspectives and opportunities for today's textile industry. In line with the exigencies of the ready-to-wear market increasingly turned to short delivery times in the colors, finishing, sizes and production batches.