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  • Polyester, Wool, Nylon, Viscose And Nitrile: How To Dye Fabrics Made of Five Fiber Blends?

    2024-02-26

    1. The pH of the dye bath should be controlled at 5 to 6The pH of the dye bath should be controlled at 5 to 6, which must be adjusted with acetic acid. It is best to use 1 to 2 g/L ammonium acetate or sodium acetate as a buffer. Do not use the so-called "buffer" containing inorganic acids (S-1, C1-) Read More
  • Why Does Pre-treatment Require Desizing?

    2024-02-05

    Speaking of desizing, we have to mention the three major sizing materials in the textile sizing industry: starch and derivatives, polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), and acrylic sizing. PVA has been gradually phased out due to environmental issues, and most of them are now used in combination with starch and acrylic slurry. Four commonly used desizing methods: hot water desizing, alkali desizing, enzyme desizing, and oxidative desizing. Enzyme desizing and alkali desizing are currently used more frequently, and enzyme desizing (amylase) is mainly targeted at starch sizing. The desizing effect is generally evaluated by the desizing level. Among the three major slurries, acrylic slurry is easier to remove, while starch slurry and PVA both have simple and fast test methods (such as iodine/potassium iodide method.) Insufficient desizing will affect the coloring rate of the dye during dyeing, or cause the fabric's feel to deteriorate. Read More
  • Analysis of The Causes of Fabric Yellowing And Corresponding Measures

    2024-02-02

    Quick Links:Skyzol® Reactive Dyes:https://www.tiankunchemical.com/Skyzol-Reactive-Dyes-pl3025703.html Skyacido® Acid Dyes:https://www.tiankunchemical.com/Skyacido-Acid-Dyes-pl3825703.html Diseperse Dyes:https://www.tiankunchemical.com/Skycron-Disperse-Dyes-pl3625703.html Textile Application: http Read More
  • Causes of Color Spots Caused by Reactive Dye Dyeing Methods

    2024-01-31

    Jet flow machine dyeing principleIn jet flow machine dyeing, the fabric operation mode is that the dyed fabric enters the nozzle through the guide roller, and the hydraulic pressure generated by the circulation pump is used to send the fabric into the cloth conveying duct, and then is sent into the Read More
  • What Is Polyester

    2024-01-29

    Polyester fiber, which is commonly known as "polyester", is a synthetic fiber made of organic binary acid and diol. It is a type of polymer compound. Its invention can be traced back to the 1930s, and it is now the most important type of synthetic fiber. Read More
  • Exploring The Applications of Solvent Dyes: Versatile Colorants for Various Industries

    2024-01-26

    Solvent dyes are a class of dyes that are soluble in organic solvents, making them highly versatile and widely used in various industries. These dyes offer exceptional color strength, excellent lightfastness, and a wide range of shades, making them ideal for a multitude of applications. In this arti Read More
  • Disperse Dyes Tips (Part 3)

    2024-01-24

    What is the fastness of disperse dyes?The dyeing fastness of disperse dyes is mainly the fastness to sunlight, sublimation, friction and washing. Particularly important among them are the light fastness in application performance and the sublimation fastness in post-processing. Others, such as wash Read More
  • The Difference between Shuttle And Knitted Knitted

    2024-01-22

    At present, the vast majority of Chinese fabrics are divided into knitted and woven. The woven fabric is the fabric formed by the meridians and weft gauze vertically. The knitted fabric uses a knitted needle to form a coil with a knitted needle, and then put the coil with each other. Read More
  • Disperse Dyes Tips (Part 2)

    2024-01-19

    The hot-melt pad dyeing process is suitable for continuous dyeing of polyester/cotton blended fabrics. Its dyeing principle is also a type of high-temperature dyeing. The difference from high-temperature and high-pressure dyeing is that the melting temperature is high (180℃-220℃) and the time is short. (90 seconds). Read More
  • Understanding Basic Dyes And Polyester Dyes: Exploring Their Properties And Applications

    2024-01-17

    Color plays a crucial role in our lives, and dyes are the key to achieving vibrant and long-lasting shades. Two popular types of dyes used in various industries are basic dyes and polyester dyes. In this article, we will delve into the properties and applications of these dyes, understanding their u Read More
  • A Versatile Solution for High-Quality Printing

    2024-01-16

    Inkjet printing requires the use of inkjet printing machines, which are high-tech digital printing equipment that are "non-contact with objects". Therefore, they are not limited by any materials and can be used on wooden boards, glass, crystals, metal plates, floor tiles, porcelain sheets, CDs, acr Read More
  • Understanding The Effects of Solvent Dyes in Smoke Applications

    2024-01-05

    When it comes to creating captivating visual effects in smoke applications, solvent dyes play a crucial role. These dyes, known for their vibrant colors and easy solubility in organic solvents, offer an array of possibilities for creating stunning smoke effects. In this blog post, we will explore th Read More
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