adv-07

radianza

The Content Sustainability Scores (MSI) for Radianza™ have been posted on Higg Portal. With this Radianza™ has become the initial and only model in “Acrylic” class to be on Higg Portal.  The MSI Scores for Radianza™ were obtained from Higg Co., in May possibly this 12 months soon after evaluation of the lifestyle cycle evaluation of Radianza™. Radianza™ is the flagship brand name of gel-dyed acrylic fibre from Thai Acrylic Fibre Co. Ltd. (Aditya Birla Group).

The gel-dyeing know-how powering Radianza™ is the key driver for its remarkable sustainability functionality. Water air pollution and water intake are two of the largest environmental problems facing the style market and traditional dyeing processes contribute immensely in the direction of these two challenges. In gel-dyeing, the dye is absorbed in the fibre within 4-5 seconds with close to zero discharge of unused dye and bare minimum need of water. The LCA analyze of Radianza™ finished by thinkstep shows that a sweater made with Radianza™ necessitates 30 litres significantly less h2o, 25 MJ much less strength and 1.45 kg CO2 equivalent lesser World wide Warming potential than the one particular built with standard acrylic and dyeing course of action.

“With the MSI scores of Radianza™ now printed on Higg Portal, it is now very convenient for our customers to have an understanding of the environment affect of their goods made with Radianza™. They can also compare the impacts with regular acrylic fibre and with various mix ratios – all in the Higg Portal.”, suggests Thomas Varghese – Business Head – Textiles business of Aditya Birla Team.

A comparative examination of MSI Scores of Radianza™ demonstrates that that switching from common acrylic and dyeing process to Radianza™:

  • Lowers the water shortage prospective of the fabric by 49%
  • Minimizes the chemistry impact of the cloth by 44%
  • Decreases the international warming probable of the fabric by 7%
  • Minimizes the Eutrophication probable of the material by 19%
  • Cuts down the Source depletion potential of the fabric by 16%