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  • Dry cleaning is any cleaning process for clothing and textiles using an organic solvent other than water generally known as dry cleaning fluid, and typically this is tetrachloroethylene

  • Dry cleaning is necessary for cleaning items which would otherwise be damaged by water and soap or detergent and it may also be sought if washing by hand.

  • The dry cleaning process is a process for removing dirt, stain, soil, etc. on textile products with organic solvents and detergents.

Process

  • Dry cleaning is any cleaning process for clothing and textiles using an organic solvent other than water. Dry cleaning is necessary for cleaning items which would otherwise be damaged by water and detergent.
  • During the dry-cleaning process, garments are immersed in a type of liquid that causes the fabric to become wet but does not saturate or damage the fibers of the cloth. During this process, the fibers remain in their original state without water saturation, which reduces or eliminates damage to dyes and fibers.
  • The Perc Dry Cleaning process shows: Perc and a small amount of detergent are added to the materials and then agitated, Materials are spun to recover excess perc, Materials are tumble dried in heated air, Cool air is used to remove any residual solvent within the drum and to reduce the temperature of the materials.

Technology

  • The Dry Cleaning Project is an excellent illustration of industrial ecology because, although it started out dealing with the issue of environmental and worker exposures to perchloroethylene (perc), we now have new technologies that are coming forward and we've even changed the people that are participating in the process.

  • Densified Fluid Cleaning (DFC) is a dry source, liquid mode cleaning technology. It is based on application of densified gases at elevated pressures and low temperatures. When used together with microwave downstream plasma treatments, DFC enables the damagefree removal of heavy post etch residues, containing Al, Ti or Cu, not readily affected by other wafer cleaning methods.

  • The CO2 Cleaning Process is a carbon dioxide-based garment cleaning process that has been developed for use by commercial and retail dry cleaners.

Report

  • The new regulations and dry-cleaning processes have prompted a new crop of dry-cleaning start-ups that provide a more environmentally-friendly approach to dry-cleaning. The trend for U.S. consumers to spend less on dry-cleaning because of environmental concerns and changes in workplace dress will continue to impact the dry-cleaning industry.

  • Pakistan the seventh most populous country in the world. This growth rate has increased the demand for various products and services, and one of the services is the proposed business. People in big cities are now inclined to use more sophisticated measures to cleaning their clothes. These people range from middle class to upper class.

  • The drycleaning industry is very fragmented. The International Fabricare Institute reports that approximately 30,000 dry-cleaning businesses currently operate in the U.S. today, employing 200,000 people.

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