Master will transfer its continuous dyeing technology with indigo and other dyestuffs of warp chains for denim fabrics to Karl Mayer. Karl Mayer will take over Master’s patents, trademarks, projects and dyeing technology for the IndigoFlow, IndigoRope and IndigoGenius models.
Master will stop manufacturing these machines and focus on developing and manufacturing new machines for packages and hank dyeing. Karl Mayer will further develop the nitrogen technology by integrating it into its current product range Prodye-S and Prodye-R.
The IndigoGenius today represents the most advanced machine in the world. This ingenious technology purely based on ecological and economical parameters, cuts by half the number of dyeing vats.
Karl Mayer is a market leader and a driving force in textile machinery building. It offers machine and appropriate solutions for warp knitting, technical textiles and warp preparation for weaving.
Master is a pioneer and leader in continuous dyeing with indigo and other dyestuffs. Master, based in Italy, it is known for its popular warp rope dyeing system for denim fabric. It is considered to be the most classic processing method, representing the most widely used one in the world. It has been used for over a hundred years and has never been subject to substantial technical changes, either technical or architectural.