E.DYE: Dyeing without water

What is E.DYE technology?

Conventional dyeing processes use hot water and chemicals to adhere the colour to the synthetic fibre. About 11 litres of water are required for each metre of dyed fabric and according to Global Efficiency Intelligence, on average 100-150 litres of water are needed to process 1kg of textile material.

Our Dye-Free cap uses e.dye technology where colour is added “upstream” in the heat transfer extrusion phase, becoming an integral part of the polymer matrix without being immersed in water.

Why choose E.DYE technology

  • Optimise the use of water reserves
  • Eliminates the risk of dye emission in the water
  • Reduces the use of chemicals
  • Reduces CO2 emissions
  • It uses less production energy
  • Permanently dyes the fibres avoiding future loss of colour from wash to wash

DYE Free: How does it work

Choose your Dye Free hat

The e.dye® Waterless Color System™ offers an environmentally sustainable process for dyeing fabrics putting directly the color inside the yarn.
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