Lantal dyes aircraft carpets digitally


Langenthal BE – Lantal has developed a digital technology for dyeing yarns for aircraft carpets. This will make the production of aircraft carpets faster and more sustainable. In addition, very light carpets can be made.

Lantal launches digitally dyed aircraft carpets. Lantal has invested five years in the development of its Digital Deep Dyeing technology, the internationally active company from Langenthal explains in a statement. “This is a groundbreaking moment for Lantal and we are thrilled to be able to offer this revolutionary technology to our airline customers around the world,” CEO Urs Rickenbacher is quoted as saying there.

The new technology is characterized by significantly lower emissions of CO2 and consumption of water compared to the classic dyeing method. In addition, custom made carpets can be produced within a few days. In addition, Digital Deep Dyeing technology makes it possible to produce very lightweight carpets. “We are convinced that this new carpet technology will be a key factor for our airline customers around the world to develop more sustainable and also more customized cabin interiors,” Rickenbacher says. ce/hs