2 edition of Aspects of the dyeing of polyester and cotton and their blends. found in the catalog.
Aspects of the dyeing of polyester and cotton and their blends.
Catherine C. Pollock
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If you are dyeing wool, the water should be warm, rather than hot. Add your dye to the basin. Feel free to experiment with different quantities of dye or a combination of colors to create unique effects. If you are working with cotton or linen, you may also . The book covers: the chemical and physical structure of wool keratin fibres,detailing their complex heterogeneity and the subtle links betweenfibre structure and dyeability the coloration of fabrics containing wool, including a varietyof wool blends such as wool/silk, wool/polyester and wool/cotton,and luxury keratin fibres such as mohair.
An Introduction to Textile Coloration: Principles and Practice. The Publications Committee of the Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) has been aware for some time of the need to produce a book at an introductory level aimed at personnel working in textile dyeing or printing companies as well as those interested in entering into the by: 4. The coloration of fibers and fabrics through dyeing is an integral part of textile manufacturing. This book discusses in detail several emerging topics on textile dyeing. "Textile Dyeing" will serve as an excellent addition to the libraries of both the novice and expert.
temperature dyeing method (HT) at °C. Greenish-yellow and yellowish-orange colour shades were obtained. The dyeing properties on the polyester fabrics were evaluated in terms of their fastness properties (e.g., fastness to rubbing, washing, perspiration and light). The colour of dyeing on polyester fabrics is expressed in terms of. temperature and closed dyeing system was not suitable for dyeing these kinds of fabrics with henna and onion skin dyes. Keywords: Eco-friendly, cotton, polyester and cotton/polyester INTRODUCTION Cotton fabrics are known to be more comfortable than the polyester fabrics. In .
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Hydrophobicity of CO2is useful in dyeing of polyester fibre orfabrics with disperse dyes as disperse dyes are alsohydrophobic in nature and can dissolve in super critical CO2and can easily penetrate in polyester fibre or fabrics.•SC- CO2 act as a solvent in the range of °k temp, and M Pa pressure•For dyeing hydrophilic fibres.
Cotton, polyester and their blends: Alkaline one-step disperse/reactive dyeing of polyester/cotton blends, For a comprehensive and deeper insight into the scientific and technical aspects of blends dyeing, the following lists of information sources are by: Dyeing and printing processes are value-added treatments for most textile materials.
A dyeing process is the interaction between a dye and a fibre, as well as the movement of dye into the internal part of the fibre. Generally, a dyeing process involves adsorption (transfer of dyes from the aqueous solution onto the fibre surface) and diffusion (dyes diffused into the fibre).
Reporter, 84(11) 13 59 Long L, ‘The reuse of dyebaths for direct dyes on cotton’, Book of Papers, AATCC International Conference and Exhibition, Oct 3–6 61 60 Taraporewala K S and Ramakrishnan R, ‘Ecofriendly alternatives to reducing agents used for sulphur dyeing on cellulose and polyester/cellulose blends (part-II.
One bath dyeing of Polyester/cotton blend fabrics with reactive disperse dyes in successful with optimum dyeing temperature and pressure are about K and 20 Mpa respectively. The dyeing behavior of Polyester/cotton blends is strongly affected by the dyeing characteristics of the cotton colour fastness of dyed fabric is.
The information discussed is classified according to substrate, i.e. synthetic yarn and tow, synthetic fabrics, cotton and polyester blends, because this brings together methods of dyeing which.
dyeing of polyester/cotton fabrics, rendered maximum dry rubbing fastness, wet rubbing fastness and negligible staining on the accompanying cloth after wash treatment. Method of polyester dyeing: There are 3 methods of polyester are Carrier method.
Pad thermosol method. High temperature high pressure method Polyester Dyeing process. Carrier method: This process is used for dyeing polyester/cellulosic fibre fabrics in jigger or winch-beck.
Dye paste with dispersing agent with water. () Another technical book, suitable for scientists and engineers, covers many aspects of dyeing multi-fiber blends, including nylon/wool, wool/acrylic, wool/cellulosic, cellulosic/acrylic, cotton/viscose, polyester/wool, polyester/acrylic, polyester cellulosic, triacetate/polyester, and three-component blends.
pages, ISBN 0 74 0. Polyester/Cotton blended fabrics are normally dyed by two-bath or one-bath two-step dyeing method. This paper deals with a new approach involving azeotropic ternary mixture of organic solvents pretreatment to dye polyester/cotton blends using disperse and reactive dyes in one-bath method.
The effect of solvent pretreatments on dyeability, fastness, and few physicochemical Cited by: 4. Cross dyeing is used to achieve looks for which fiber or yarn dyeing would typically be required.
Although cross dyeing is typically used for piece dyeing, it can also be used for product dyeing. o A heather look is achieved by dyeing fiber blends with dye that has an affinity for only one of. Dye polyester and poly/cotton blends. Highly technical book explains aspects of dyeing materials blended from two or more fibers.
There are two different approaches to dyeing both the cotton and the polyester. One is to dye the two fibers in separate steps. The other is to buy dyes that can be mixed together and applied at the same time. Youssef have developed a dyeing method for polyester/cotton blend fabrics using sodium edetate as an alkaline buffering agent.
Selected mono- and bifunctional reactive dyes were used in combination with the alkali stable disperse dyes for dyeing of polyester/cotton blend.
One-bath method for dyeing of polyester/cotton blends with. The dyeing of hydrophobic fibres like polyester fibres with disperse dyes may be considered as a process of dye transfer from liquid solvent (water) to a solid organic solvent (fibre).Disperse dyes are added to water with a surface active agent to form an aqueous dispersion.
The insolubility of disperse dyes enables them to leave the dye liquor. "This book is the final integration of a series of 24 papers [ ] which were published in Textile Chemist and Colorist between October and November "--Preface. Textile Dyeing and Coloration. Richard Aspland. AATCC, - Color in the textile industries - pages.
2 Reviews The Dyeing of Other Blends. Their /5(2). Polyester fiber is dyed with disperse dyes. If we want, we can dye the fiber during yarn preparation. Also we can dye the yarn after yarn preparation and in fabric form. The fastness properties of polyester dyed yarn are excellent. Day by day the use of synthetic fiber increases rapidly.
Dyeing sequence of polyester is. The book presents newer natural dyes in detail, according to their suitability for cotton fabrics, silk fabrics, and wool yarn, before describing the application of each dye. Extraction of plant parts for isolation of colorants, chromatographic techniques for separation, spectroscopic analysis of the isolated colorants, structure elucidation.
The dyeing of wool/cotton blends (Wool science review) [Peter G Cookson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Peter G Cookson. Clothing made of polyester can be shrunk ahead of time during the process of finishing.
Thus, consumers won’t have to deal with their new clothes shrinking in the wash as it has already pre-shrunk. This also means that polyester will retain its shape. The best part is that dyeing polyester is easy.
Cotton adds strength and reduces the cost of the yarn and fabric. Both fibers are absorbent and can be blended to make a comfortable, durable fabric. Wool: cotton blends for apparel fabrics combine comfort with exceptional aesthetic appeal. The popularity of these blends is due to their light weight, good strength, drapability, easy washabilityFile Size: KB.Dyeing sequence of polyester cotton is the combination of polyester and cotton dyeing process.
For this reason this dyeing process is called double part dyeing process. In this dyeing process; polyester part is dyed first than cotton part is dyed.
Dyeing flow chart of polyester cotton is given below: Carrier and vessel washed by hydrose and caustic at 0 C for 20 min.The dyeing behavior of Polyester/cotton blends is strongly affected by the dyeing characteristics of the cotton colour fastness of dyed fabric is almost satisfactory,but colour fastness become weak with a decrease in the dyeing temperature.