BASF Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.
- 1.BASF Textile ChemicalsPutting *FUTURE into Textiles.Green Textile OperationsBangkok17 November 2010Prepared by Sharon Tan1
2. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Strong tradition1865 1900192519501975 2000 2004 20082009 CIBA ACQUISITION BASF SETHE CHEMICAL COMPANYFROM LUDWIGSHAFEN TO THE WORLDNEW BEGINNING AND PLASTICS AGENEW HIGH-PRESSURE SYNTHESES THE AGE OF FERTILIZERS THE AGE OF DYES FOUNDING OF BASF November 2010 Slide 2 3. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Organization of the BASF Group 6 business segments contain 14 operating divisions which bear the operational responsibility and manage 72 global and regional business units These in turn develop strategies for 80 product lines Regional divisions contribute to the local development of BASFs business and are responsible for optimizing the infrastructure 3 central divisions, 5 corporate departments and 9 Competence Centers provide Group-wide services November 2010 Slide 3 4. Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles. *BASF SegmentsAgriculturalSolutionsOil & Gas FunctionalSolutions Plastics Chemicals Performance ProductsInorganics Performance Dispersions CatalystsCrop Protection Oil & Gas Polymers& PigmentsPetrochemicals Polyurethanes Care ChemicalsConstruction ChemicalsIntermediatesPaper Chemicals Coatings Performance Chemicals November 2010 Slide 4 5. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.BASF: future-oriented partner of the textileindustryTextile Expertise: for over 140 years since the foundation of BASF,we have been a committed partner for the textile industry.Sustainable Development: consumer safety and environmentalprotection are our top priorities when developing new products orsolutions.Shape the Future: continue shaping the future of the textile industrytogether with our customers.Putting *FUTURE into Textiles. What does FUTURE mean for us today? Consumer Safety, Resource Saving and Climate Protection: we find it important to concentrate even more on these key fields of ecology to be ready for future challenges. November 2010Slide 5 6. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Textile ChemicalsPutting *FUTURE into Textiles.Consumer Safety Resource SavingClimate Protection Commitment to shaping the future of the textile industry November 2010 Slide 6 focusing on 3 key areas of ecology 7. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Textile ExpertiseInnovative and eco-efficient solutionsFinishing /WeavingPretreatment DyeingPrintingCoating WaxesDetergentsResinsLevelling agentsPrinting binders Sizing Wetting agentsCatalystsOxidizing agentsPigments products Softeners Extracting agents Stripping agentsSynth. thickeners Peroxide killer RepellentsOptical brighteners EmulsifiersCoating compounds November 2010 Slide 7 8. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Putting *FUTURE into textiles Consumer Safety Resource Saving Climate Protection November 2010 Slide 8 9. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Ever thought about hazardous substancesa textile could contain? Some of the substances under discussion: Phthalates Azo dyes components Pesticides APEO PVC Allergenic Dyes Formaldehyde BiocidesNovember 2010 Slide 9 10. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Human SafetySupport from BASFStandardized communicationLabel on containerSafety data sheetTechnical information sheetProduct specificationsTransfer of application know-howTechnical serviceTrainingCorrect and safe useof chemicals November 2010 Slide 10 11. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Human SafetySupport from BASF Textile chemicals compliant with regulations compliant to *RSL Monitoring of changes in legal requirements and standards Consultancy for customers Frontrunner in R&DEcologically soundproduct portfolio November 2010 Slide 11 *Restricted substances lists 12. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Human safetyFormaldehyde *IARC classification of formaldehyde beingcarcinogenic to humans (2004) Oekotex 100 Standard lowered threshold for formaldehyde on baby-wear to non detectable level (2008) ECHA intends to classify formaldehyde as carcinogenic More restrictions from legislation and retailers expected* IARC = International Agency for Research on Cancer**ECHA = European Chemical Agency November 2010 Slide 12 13. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Putting *FUTURE into textilesConsumer safetyBASFis familiar withcurrent legal requirementsretailer needs is continuously screening its products to those standards and adapts its portfolio accordinglyBASF helps you to avoid claims! November 2010 Slide 13 14. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Putting *FUTURE into textilesConsumer SafetyResource SavingClimate Protection November 2010 Slide 14 15. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.After-soaping agent Cyclanon X-CW newMode of action Hydrolyzed Reactive DyeSoaping liquor + Cyclanon XC-WDyes are kept inSalt, pHthe soapingliquor.Thus the dyedmaterial is easilycleaned Hydrolyzed Reactive DyeNovember 2010 Slide 15 16. Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles. *Application profile full shadeTotal dyeing process Process Time: With Cyclanon XC-W new Saving of12 3,45640 minutes120Cyclanon XC-W100 Temp ( C) 80 1. Kieralon Jet B conc 1,0 %owf 60 Sodium Carbonate 0,5 g/l 40 20 Resource Saving:2. Acetic Acid1,0 g/l 3. Common Salt 50,0 g/l00 100- 40 min200 less process time 4. Dyestuff300 400 500each 4 % Proxion Brill. Red H-EXL Conventional- 12 % less water consumption Proxion Yellow H-EXL process Proxion Blue H-EXL12 3,4 5 7120-9%less energy consumption Carbonate 20,0 g/l5. Sodium100(Dose 20 min.) Temp ( C) 806. Cyclanon XC-W new1,0 g/l 607. Surfactant1,0 g/l 40 200 November 20100 Slide 16100 200300 400500600 Time (minutes) 17. Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles. *Cost analysis full shadeTotal dyeing process Costs in Euro per batch (= 100 kg) Total:Total:300 255 241 84 200 74 19 17 Fixed 10 6 12 5 15 13 Labour100 WaterChemicals120 120 EnergyDyes 0 ClassicalProcess based on November 2010Slide 17 process Cyclanon XC-W new 18. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.BASF technologies for resource savingsPigment coloration systemsEco-Soft Printing, Color Fast FinishIntelligent after-washing systemsCyclanon ECO Plus, Cyclanon X-CW NEWCombining process stepsRedex-Bleach, Palatex X-SD, Kieralon Antiperox PKRecycling technologiesSize recovery systemsLow temperature processesUltraphor OBAs, BASF AP-Finish andFixapret resin LTNovember 2010Slide 18 19. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Putting *FUTURE into textilesResource saving BASFoffers latest technologies based onnew chemical solutionsSupports its customers withtechnical know-how to optimizetheir production processes andbenchmark them with internationalstandards BASF helps you saving costs!November 2010 Slide 19 20. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Putting *FUTURE into textiles Consumer Safety Resource Saving Climate ProtectionNovember 2010 Slide 20 21. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Ever thought a textile could have animpact on global warming? Are there *GHG emissions from my textile?November 2010 Slide 21 *GHG = Greenhouse-gas 22. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Global climate changebackground The phenomena of Global Warming and its possible influence on the worlds climate is omnipresent in media around the world Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the identified greenhouse gases and considered to be the main contributor to global warming ( CO2 measured in carbon footprint ) Meanwhile politicians continue discussing causes and consequences of CO2 emission, various enterprises have set-up teams to develop strategies for potential CO2 emission reduction programs Various textile retailer/brands start analyzing their organizational impact on global warming and defined reduction targetsNovember 2010 Slide 22 23. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Carbon Footprint DefinitionQuantitative measure of the impact human activities have on Global Warmingin terms of the amount of green house gases producedCarbon footprint isMeasured in kg CO2Directly related emissions from energy use of fossil fuelsAssessed over the lifecycle of a operation, service or product Carbon footprint is attributable to:IndividualsOrganizationsProductsNovember 2010 Slide 23 24. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Cotton T-ShirtProduction optimizationNovember 2010 Slide 24 25. Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles. *Cotton T-shirtreduction of *GHG emission 800 720 g CO2g CO2 equivalent/T-Shirt 700- 9 % 650 g CO2 600Aftersoaping 500 400Neutralization 300 200Reactive 100Dyeing 0Conventional processAftersoaping with XCW Resource Saving: - 40 min less process time - 12% less water consumptionNovember 2010Slide 25* GHG = Greenhouse gas 26. * Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Putting *FUTURE into textilesClimate protection BASFDetects market and industry trendsin an early stageTogether with its customers triesto understand the impact textileindustry has on Climate ChangeBASF supports you to be afrontrunner in innovative topics!!November 2010 Slide 26 27. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles.Putting *FUTURE into Textiles. Thank you for your attentionConsumer Safety Resource Saving Climate Protection November 2010 Slide 27 28. BASF Textile ChemicalsPutting *FUTURE into Textiles.28 29. *Textile Chemicals Putting FUTURE into Textiles. Note: The data contained in this publication are based on our current knowledge and experience. In view of the many factors that may affect processing and application of our product, these data do not relieve processors from carrying out their own investigations and tests; neither do these data imply any guarantee of certain properties, nor the suitability of the product for a specific purpose. Any descriptions drawings, photographs, data, proportions, weights, etc. given herein may change without prior information and do not constitute the agreed contractual quality of the product. It is the responsibility of the recipient of our products to ensure that any proprietary rights and existing laws and legislation are observed. Responsibility for compliance with the requirements of the downstream textile market rests with the textile processor.November 2010 Slide 29