Omne Trinum Est Perfectum

In the fire-proofing regulation there is represented the fire triangle. This triangle illustrates the rule that in order to ignite and burn, a fire requires three elements to be present at the same time: FUEL, COMBURENT and TRIGGER. The idea that three conditions have to take place simultaneously was translated to the Stresa Congress 2010. Whereas the tristimulus triangle, borrowed from the CIE organization, represents the fundamental criteria building the present and the future of the colour-textile world: MENS, SALUS and NEGOTIA, concepts placed at the vertexes of the triangle. The Latin language was chosen for its universality and the spirit of the Congress is well expressed by the motto: OMNE TRINUM EST PERFECTUM.
It has to be explained that each word has several other related meanings: MENS (education, research, advanced technology, nanoscience, biotechnology, innovation, equipments, machineries, etc); SALUS (environment, safety, regulations, welfare, labelling, ecology, etc); NEGOTIA (installations, industry, marketing, costs, earnings, employments, international business, etc)


Associazione Italiana di Chimica Tessile e Coloristica


 The President of the Italian Republic


Bio-based raw materials and environmentally friendly processes.
Precursors and polymers for new fibres, auxiliary agents, dyes, biological textiles. Introducing new technologies to bring more added value.
Spinning, preliminary treatments, dyeing and printing, finishing, specific surface applications, bio and nanotechnologies, measuring instruments and techniques.
How to contribute to improving the quality of products and processes and protecting environment and health.
New opportunities offered to the sector of traditional textiles and development of innovative applications in non-conventional sectors.
A driving element for operating effective, ecological and inexpensive processes.
Fashion is an element of primary strategic importance.
The joint efforts of manufacturing pipeline, design and fashion elements aimed at enhancing the technical/economical value of the textile sector.


Alessandro Gigli
IFATCC-AICTC President, Italy
Prof. Ermanno Barni
University of Turin, AICTC Italy
Prof. Franco Corbani
AICTC, Italy
Dr. Giuliano Freddi
AICTC, Italy
Antonio Mauro
AICTC, Italy
Prof. Giuseppe Rosace
University of Bergamo, Italy
Eng. Piero Sandroni
AICTC, Italy
Claudia Bernet
Prof. J.M. Canal
AEQCT, Spain
Jean-Pierre Gallet
Markus Krayer
Francois Litty
ACIT, France
Ingo Mangold
Prof. Jan Marek
Czech Republic
Werner Streit
Dr. A. Vig
TMTE, Hungary
J. Hansen
TBF, Denmark


Prof. G. Di Modica
AICTC Honorary President, Italy
Prof. J. M. Canal
IFATCC Past President, Spain
Alessandro Gigli
IFATCC and AICTC President, Italy
Andras Vig
IFATCC Next President, Hungary
P. Locatelli, A.J. Zaninoni
Foundation President, Italy
S. Salmoiraghi
ACIMIT President, Italy
G. Seccomandi
AISPEC-Federchimica President, Italy
M. Tronconi
Sistema Moda Italia President, Italy

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