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HeiQ, a leader in textile innovation creating some effective, durable, and high-performance textile effects, is showcasing its range of products from home textiles at the ongoing Heimtextil Expo, an international trade fair for contract and home textiles, in Germany.

The company is exhibiting its intelligently thermo-regulating HeiQ Smart Temp and odour-controlling HeiQ Fresh Tech that creates an ideal sleeping environment; environment-friendly HeiQ Eco Dry by the company that keeps carpets and rugs clean and stain-free for longer is also up on display at the event.

Also on display is HeiQ Clean Tech that significantly reduces carbon emissions. Applicable to any home textile-based on polyester, HeiQ Clean Tech improves the dye quality and accelerates the dyeing process with disperse dyes by 1/3rd to achieve cost, water energy, and CO2 savings of about 30 per cent, thereby strongly reducing waste water and lower the carbon footprint companies nowadays are increasingly aiming at a reduced carbon footprint and spending a significant amount of money on renewable energy and climate change prevention.

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Originally developed for use in outdoor and sportswear, HeiQ’s technologies work perfectly for home textiles as well. Upholstery, carpets, curtains, bed sheets, mattress ticking, and towels can be successfully upgraded with HeiQ’s bluesign approved and Oekotex conform technologies.

 

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