More colour and less environmental impact

Iris is a more environmentally friendly reactive dyeing process.
The reactive colourants used (Avitera® SE) are also free of arylamines.

Responsible fabrics

What is Iris dyeing?

Iris is a highly sustainable dyeing concept that meets all fastness requirements, depending on the colour and base fabric. This revolutionary achievement combined with a new range of sulphur dyes gives fabrics a new look, with interesting colour intensities.

-20% water consumption
in the dyeing process.

-50% energy consumption
in the dyeing process.

What are the benefits of Iris dyeing?

When you choose Iris instead of a conventional dyeing, you can potentially save water, energy and carbon emissions.

Responsible dyeing process

Iris dyeing process entails a significant reduction in water consumption, compared to a similar process. The indicated data are theoretical, pending further confirmation of various production processes.

Iris dyeing process

The reactive colourants used (Avitera® SE) are free of arylamines. European health standards specify that textile colourants cannot use amine concentrations above 30 ppm. In the case of iris, this percentage is 0.

AVITERA® is a registered trademark of the Huntsman Corporation or an affiliate thereof in one or more, but not all, countries.

Eco-friendly certification based on composition percentages

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