3 edition of Basacryl dyes, acryl dyestuffs on polyacrylonitrile fibres. found in the catalog.
Basacryl dyes, acryl dyestuffs on polyacrylonitrile fibres.
Badische Anilin-Und Soda-Fabrik A.G.
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Cationic dyes are used to dye the acrylic component and acid, 1 : 2 metal-complex and reactive dyes are used to dye the wool component. Though it is thermoplastic, it does not melt under normal conditions. The thermosol and pad-steam processes are of secondary importance. These unique properties have made PAN an essential polymer in high tech. Iron-on paintings - watercolor painting, hand painting, screen printing The powdered disperse dye can be mixed into paint to apply directly in any of several techniques.
The print paste of claim 26 in which the highly polar solvent is dimethylsulfoxide. The thermosol and pad-steam processes are of secondary importance. Direct Application Tie-Dyeing ProChem's instructions for direct application on polyester see link under "Specific Instructions", below can be used for a more challenging approach that will give results similar to the currently popular cotton tie-dye techniques. Acrylic takes color well, is washable, and is generally hypoallergenic.
Look for a product called "Heat Set Ink" at companies that sell rubber stamping supplies. When exposed to temperatures above deg C for prolonged periods some discolouration takes place. Its mechanical properties derived are important in composite structures for military and commercial aircraft. If the label of some piece of clothing says "acrylic", then it's made out of some copolymer of polyacrylonitrile. Complete dye penetration inside the fiber was achieved.
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Reactive dyes utilize a chromophore attached to a substituent that is capable of directly reacting with the fiber substrate. Direct Application Tie-Dyeing ProChem's instructions for direct application on polyester see link under "Specific Instructions", below can be used for a more challenging approach that will give results similar to the currently popular cotton tie-dye techniques.
An earlier theory known as Witt theory stated that a coloured dye had two components, a chromophore which imparts colour by absorbing light in the visible region some examples are nitroazoquinoid groups and an auxochrome which serves to deepen the colour.
A tinctorial amount of at least one compatible dyestuff is, of course, included in the print paste. It is important to note that many mordants, particularly those in the heavy metal category, can be hazardous to health and extreme care must be taken in using them.
Further, experienced operators report that turbo steaming of printed fabrics tends to give rise to track-off problems in production.
For example, the fabric can be printed in those portions where colored patterns are required with the print paste of this invention. When the water's no longer hot, just warm, pour away the dye it's safe to dispose of disperse dye down the drainand rinse in warm water, then wash to remove excess dye.
Some acrylic is used in clothing as a less expensive alternative to cashmeredue to the similar feeling of the materials. Erlich went on to use a compound to target syphillis, the first time a chemical was used in order to selectively kill bacteria in the body, he also used methylene blue to target the plasmodium responsible for malaria.
If the label of some piece of clothing says "acrylic", then it's made out of some copolymer of polyacrylonitrile. The thermosol and pad-steam processes are of secondary importance. Moths, Mildew and insects do not attack Acrylic. Carpets and rugs.
Posted by. Dyeing of coir Method as for jute — dyeing is usually carried out using direct or acid dyes under mildly acidic conditions cationic dyes have Basacryl dyes light fastness. I love Dahl's books, and recommend them highly.
Novel printed aramid fabrics, printed in any design or pattern, are also disclosed. Dyeing of cotton The affinity of cotton for dye varies according to its history.
This makes it useful in certain items, like garments for babies, which require constant washing. The organic compound reacts with the sulfide source to form dark colors that adhere to the fabric. The process allows the use of two or more dyestuffs of different classes in the same print paste formulation, and this is believed to be unique.
The dyestuffs molecules were completely penetrated and fixed inside the fiber as shown in cross-section photomicrograph. Acrylic fibers are produced in a range of deniersusually from 0. After half an hour or an hour, turn off the heat and let the acrylic cool in the dyebath, stirring occasionally.
Basic Red 29 2 parts A red print pattern of good overall fastness properties was obtained without any adverse effect on the excellent tensile and flame resistance properties of the fabric. Two-bath method as single-bath with filling in of the vegetable fibre. On the other hand, it is machine-washable and extremely color-fast.
The thermosol process is of practically no significance levelling problems, unsatisfactory reproducibility and effect on handle.
Only anionic dyestuffs, i. Complete dye penetration inside the fiber was achieved. A heated evaporating medium such as air, nitrogen or steam moves counter current to the travel of filaments and removes the solvent to take it to a recovery unit.
The cured fabric was then rinsed in cold and hot water, treated for 5 minutes in an aqueous solution of 0.atlasbowling.com offers polyacrylonitrile fabric products.
About 23% of these are carbon fiber fabric, 21% are bag fabric, and 10% are nonwoven fabric. A wide variety of polyacrylonitrile fabric options are available to you, such as bag, concrete, and agriculture.
USA USA USA US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords benzaldehyde methyl ethyl parts acid Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal atlasbowling.com by: Feb 10, · Processes of dyeing polyurethane fibres with various classes of dyes, e.g., disperse and cationic, procinyl and acid, etc., were studied.
Relationships of dyeability with dyeing temperatures were derived and kinetic and diffusion parameters of dyeability were investigated. Parallel studies of polyester, polyamide, and polyacrylonitrile fibres, and of wool were made for a comparison.
The Cited by: 3. After the discovery of synthetic dyes, their use diminished in industrial scale dyeing, but there is now a revival of natural dyes mainly due to environmental considerations. The majority of natural dyes require a metal salt as a mordant for dye fixation on the fibre.
These dyes are mainly suitable for cellulosic, wool and silk fibres. found to be correlated with saturation dye uptakes of disperse dyes on acrylic fibre. Keywords: Disperse dyes, Dyeing, Polyacrylonitrile fibre, Solubility parameters 1 Introduction Disperse dyes are not commonly used for dyeing acrylic fibres due to rather their low sorption capa-city on acrylic fibres under normal dyeing atlasbowling.com: R B Chavan, R C D Kaushik, S D Deshpande.
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