09 Aug '12, 10am

Adidas Rolls Out Waterless “DryDye” T-Shirt

Adidas Rolls Out Waterless “DryDye” T-Shirt

uses compressed carbon dioxide that the Yeh Group’s factories heat to about 88F (31C) and pressurized to 74 bar, which converts the CO2 into both a liquid and a gas. The dyes then can penetrate fibers and disperse throughout garments without the need for additional chemical agents. In addition to eliminating the 6.5 gallons (25 liters) of water normally needed to complete the dyeing process, Adidas claims the shift towards compressed CO2 uses 50 percent less of both energy and chemicals. Those 50,000 DryDye t-shirts alone will save over 317,000 gallons of water, or about 1.2 million liters.

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2012/08/adidas-waterless-dryd...

Tweets

Adidas launches waterless dyeing range

ecotextile.com 01 Aug '12, 11am

Levi Strauss joins brand roadmap Sustainable Apparel Coalition launches Higg Index Eco-Textile Labelling Guide 2012 – gone...

Adidas has launched a series of T-shirts based on DyeCoo's waterless dyeing technology

Adidas has launched a series of T-shirts based ...

ecouterre.com 01 Aug '12, 8pm

. Aping its rival, the German sportswear giant is working to integrate DyeCoo Textile System's waterless "DryDye" technolo...

#BurnRubber: Adidas Fall Shipment...

#BurnRubber: Adidas Fall Shipment...

burnrubberdetroit.com 14 Aug '12, 5am

We have a couple classics & a couple twists on some classics that just came into the shop from Adidas. Check them out & le...