Spanish company specialising in the development of sustainable technologies for garment finishing Jeanologia recently conducted a master class on laser design for denim finishing at the Amsterdam Jean School to promote decontamination, automation and efficiency in the denim industry. The Blue Lab, the Jean School testing laboratory, employs technology developed by Jeanologia Laser and Ozone, and offers training and workshops on technological innovation to students, manufacturers, brands and designers who want to contribute in the transformation of the denim industry towards transparency and sustainability.
The company also introduced students to the profitable and sustainable G2 ozone technology, which has been developed to drastically reduce water, chemical and energy use in the denim finishing processes.
Students also discussed the importance of choosing the right fabric and the new Jeanologia Light Sensitive Fabric Test, the study that analyses how denim fabric reacts to new sustainable processes, especially the laser, in order to achieve desired washings and looks.
The digital revolution is changing the world of jeans. Amsterdam is the epicenter of training future designers toward a sustainable and efficient model of denim production. The company will showcase the possibilities of customisation of a denim garment with its Nano technology.