The new High Dynamic Range (HDR) simplifies designing, reduces laser marking times and guarantees “what you see is what you get” achieving more natural and three-dimensional designs.The Spanish company starts a new era in laser design processes, allowing greater creativity and saving time, while avoiding second-rate production and providing the sector with a common language.
Jeanologia has been present in India since 2004 and 6 per cent of the total jeans production in the country is done using their sustainable technologies. Valencia- Spain During the international trade fair Denimsandjeans, being held September 25-26 in Bangalore, India, Jeanologia presented its High Dynamic Range (HDR). The system created by the Spanish company, specialised in developing sustainable solutions for garment finishing, reduces jeans production time by 30 per cent.
The new HDR simplifies how designing is done, reduces laser marking times, increases production capacity and reduces time-to-market. This new system marks an advance in the transformation of the jean industry towards efficiency and sustainability, while also dramatically improving creativity and guaranteeing quality with “what you see is what you get.”
Jeanologia starts a new era in laser design process for the textile industry with their hyperbolic system High Dynamic Range patented by the Spanish company. This revolutionary generation of laser increases the dynamic contrast of tones and creates a sensation of depth closer to the real thing, achieving more natural and three-dimensional designs.
Jeanologia’s technology has been used in India for 13 years. The company has taken on the challenge of transforming the denim production centers of the country, and currently acts as the expert technology partner for top brands and laundries, supporting them in their objective to improve competitiveness, increase production and eliminate all processes that are harmful for workers and the environment.
Currently, 6 per cent of the total jeans production in India has Jeanologia’s sustainable technology in its DNA and this figure is growing exponentially each year. Local brands such as Killer Jeans and Numero Uno (who develop eco-friendly projects in the industrial areas of Vapi and Selaqui Dehradun respectively) already trust the Spanish company to provide sustainability and efficiency in their jeans production. While major international top brands like Levi’s, Lee, Wrangler, Pepe Jeans, H&M among others have Jeanologia as their expert technology partner.
“The transformation of India’s jean industry towards efficiency and sustainability has begun. The production centers are integrating our laser, ozone and nano-bubble technologies allowing them to reduce water, chemical and energy consumption,” assures Manuj Kanchan, Asia Area Manager at Jeanologia.
“With the presentation of our HDR system at Denimsandjeans, Jeanologia will reassert their mission to create both innovative and sustainable products: increasing competitiveness, reducing costs, saving designers time, creating a common language for the industry, boosting creativity and avoiding second-rate quality,” adds Kanchan.
Talk: The evolution of jeans finishing
During the trade fair, Jordi Juani, Division Director from Jeanologia spoke on “The evolution of jeans finishing, from manual to technological,” September 25. Juani took a journey from traditional methods for finishing jeans, based on manual labour with high water and chemical consumption, to the current transformation that the industry is experiencing with eco-efficient and sustainable technologies from Jeanologia. The new model uses technology as its main tool to obtain the right product with maximum quality, while also reducing environmental impact, production costs and timeto-
Jeanologia in India
Since 2004 Jeanologia has been fostering a change in the jeans industry in India directly investing in the country. Of India’s sustainable garment finishing technology, 90 per cent of the market currently bears the Spanish company’s stamp.