Innovation

In a fast moving globalized market, companies must be able to swiftly adapt by bringing forward innovation, creativity, and responsibility. With over 20 years of textile research and development, innovation is our DNA. It activates change and allowed us to become frontrunners in dyeing and finishing, as well as pioneer of natural based jersey-knits providing sustainable values and innovative materials.

It all happens in our factory, a smart hub where “magic happens”, where a wide range of natural based, smart materials are created in a responsible, fully transparent way. Over the years it became a pivotal epicenter, a kernel and network between Technological Centers, Universities, and Knowledge Centers.

Corporate support, investments, partnerships and market research has turned TINTEX into an influential player in materials and processes which constantly innovates with new levels of service to the fashion industry.

aWare
aWare

The aWare project strives for advancing R&D of innovative textile products in the circular economy. aWaRe – the acronym of Aiming for Water and Waste Reduction, Reuse and Recycling – means developing recycled and bio-enriched knits with recycled water, using mechanical recycling of cellulose based fibres by fraying and unravelling, spinning and knitting, enzymatic surface treatment, natural extract dyeing, bio-finishing and membrane technology for the recycle process of waste water.

PICASSO
PICASSO

PICASSo is a unique project that received the Sustainable Solution Award in the 2019 Edition of Techtextil. PICASSo gives life to responsibly coloured fabrics using natural dyes extracted from different types of natural plants resources. The project envisioned and applied a process that uses only compounds of natural origin, in the production of functional and sustainable textiles in a variety of fibres such as cotton, recycled polyamide and wool – the extraction of colour is conducted using only water as a solvent. This process is salt free, eliminating the use of one of the most consumed raw materials of the textile industry. Ultimately, the developed process eliminates the need of synthetic dyestuffs, and thus, eliminates one of the most pollutant elements of the textile industry.

TEXBION
TEXBION

The TEXBION project is aimed at developing textile structures from synthetic fibres made of organic thermoplastic polymers that can be used in conventional textile processes and dyed using natural dyes and sustainable processes.

RESPONSIVE TEXTILES
RESPONSIVE TEXTILES

RESPONSIVE TEXTILES is a project that envisions the development of textiles that adapt according to external stimuli. The development of garments that are stylish swaying, transversally to all lifestyles, build with top-notch materials, guaranteeing durability, leads the pursuit of sustainability in the clothing sector by decreasing excessive consumerism, materializing a range of products that keeps up with the flexibility and changeability of our everyday life.

TEXBOOST
TEXBOOST

Less Commodities more Specialities is the motto behind the mobilising TEXBOOST project, a cornerstone of the Textile Cluster: Technology and Fashion. The pillar where Tintex develops work within the project, focuses on the development of a textile that will be an alternative to the use of animal leather. This product focuses on the use of vegetal waste and by products, combined with the use of biopolymers aiming to minimize its environmental impact.

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