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  • 30 Textiles Printing Defects

    Faizan 19,Oct 2016 0

    Nothing is perfect.  If you are running an industry and managing printing section, then all you need is to consider these defects that will distort the worth of your fabric. Here, we are listing some of the major textile printing defects to detect for setting a high quality standard for your textile industry.   Broken color pattern: It is generally created by colored yarn out of place on frame. Flipped yarn: This defect looks like scratches due to the warp and weft yarns. The yarns have been turned upside down. […]

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  • Gujarat Exports Chemical Dyes to China

    Faizan 16,Aug 2016 0
    Gujarat Exports Chemical dyes to China

    Dyestuff industry plays an important role in the economic development of the country. The Indian Dyestuff Industry, which was primarily started to cater to the needs of domestic textile industry, now not only meets more than 90% of the domestic market, but has gradually also made a giant debut in the international market.   Today, India exports dyes and its intermediate to the varied countries including USA, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Spain and Turkey. All ranges of dyes such as disperse; reactive, vats, pigments and leather dyes are now being manufactured […]

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  • What Makes IM Dye Chem The Leader of Reactive Dyes?

    Faizan 7,Jun 2016 0
    IM Dye Chem The Leader of Reactive Dyes

    What are reactive Dyes?   Fiber reactive dyes are permanent colorants for fabrics. They do not wash off or fade easily. Fabric can be dipped into, sprayed with, or painted with dyes. It can also be selectively named as a dye bath.   Uses of Reactive Dyes   Reactive dyeing is now the most important method for the coloration of cellulose fiber. Reactive dyes can also be applied on wool and nylon. In the latter case they are applied under weakly acidic conditions. Reactive dyes have a low utilization degree […]

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  • 6 Important Chemicals Used with Reactive Dyes

    Faizan 17,May 2016 0
    Chemicals used with reactive dyes

    Reactive dyes are made from plants and are considered to be the most suitable dyestuff for fabrics. Plant materials may include linen, cotton, rayon, bamboo, hemp, jute etc. This dye equally works awesome on silk fabrics. But it is not meant for woollen or nylon fabric and does not work on polyester as well. Due to its color fastness and wash fastness reactive dyes are ideal for cotton or other plant fabrics. It gets absorbed into the fabric through a chemical reaction and become a part of the fabric.   […]

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  • Reactive Dyes Digital Fabric Printing

    Faizan 9,Mar 2016 0
    Reactive Dyes Digital Fabric Printing

    Digital fabric printing is definitely an upcoming technology with myriads of uses. The printing done on the fabric using technology is termed as digital fabric printing. Just as the laser and ink jet printers print of the paper, the big printers indulges in the printing process that prints the design exactly as it is on the fabric material. Printing is the first step of a larger process. You can print any design on any fabric, but only one thing should be taken care of the dyes used for printing.   […]

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  • History, Characteristics and Applications of Reactive Dyes

    Faizan 29,Dec 2015 0
    History Characteristics and Applications of Reactive Dyes

    A dye that can react chemically with a substrate to develop a covalent dye substrate element can be termed as reactive dye.   This dye is usually equipped with a reactive squad, which makes covalent association with the fibre polymer and unifies with the fibre. This association is developed between hydroxyl group of cellulosic fibres and dye molecules on between the terminal group of polyamide or wool fabric and dye molecules.   History of Reactive Dyes   These reactive dyes were first introduced in 1956 at commercial platform by by […]

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  • Different Reactive Dyes – How They Behave Distinctly

    Faizan 22,Dec 2015 0
    Different Reactive Dyes – How They Behave Distinctly

    Except Remazol Dye, which constitutes of Hoechst, nearly every reactive dye is made on two similar structure – 1) chromophore accountable for color heterocyclic carbon, 2) nitrogen ring system, which is a reactive group and 3) “leaving group” carbon nitrogen, which is halogen compound usually a segment of carbon-nitrogen group.   How Dye Attributes Influence Reactive Dye   Some of the prominent variables of dyes that impact the reactive dyeing include:   Dye Chemistry Reactivity Solubility Substantivity   Dye Chemistry   Every reactive dye has a great range of variety […]

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  • Causes and Remedies of Dyeing Faults

    Faizan 10,Dec 2015 0

    Dyeing is all about colouring fibers, filaments, yarns, or fabrics with engineered or characteristic shades. Various obscure and often known defects and causes may lead to poor dyeing while colouring operation.   Let’s have a closer insight what those causes are that leads to poor dyeing process and how it can be corrected and cured. The dyeing faults can be categorized into major or minor defects!   Major Defect    Such defects, if visible on the finished product, may make the product to be of inferior quality, which is also termed […]

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  • The Process of Imparting Color to Cotton

    Faizan 30,Oct 2015 0
    The Process -of Imparting Color to Cotton

    Just threading the yarn together to produce a piece of fabric is not enough. Colors are what compel the buyer to buy a particular piece of fabric. So, after the cloth has been manufactured, what is done to impart those vibrant colors to these sheets? Read on to find out more. Dyeing- The Processes There are two processes that help in dyeing color on a piece of cloth – piece dyeing and yarn dyeing. Let us understand the two processes in detail. Piece Dyeing This is the method that is […]

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  • Old Days of Dyeing Cotton Fabrics

    Faizan 15,Oct 2015 0

    Cotton fabric is an imperial part of our civilization and almost everyone has at least one piece of cotton clothing in their wardrobe. The process of dyeing this fabric in vibrant colors, dates back to the ancient times of the Neolithic period. India has been the trader of fabrics since a long time ago, and the Phoenicians were the first ones to bring the cotton fabric to India through Gujarat. Eventually, India became the proud traders of cotton fabrics and established a strong foothold in major countries. The process of […]

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