Viscojet Dyeing System, developed for the challenges of viscose dyeing and the need of textile dyeing enterprises in today's competitive conditions, enables safer and more economical dyeing of all viscose.
The prevalence of using reactive dyeing in textile finishing is known today. When reactive dyeing is considered as a chemical reaction to the introduction and dyeing technique; Sufficient general information on dyeing initiation is available in businesses. However, the painting finishing process is
These processes, which generally aim to take the raw fabric into the dyeing environment without bleaching, aim to provide economical dye introduction by eliminating the bleach, without causing fiber damage, and the softness of the fabric caused by the removal of natural oils.
In many businesses that do reactive or disperse dyeing these days, stains in the form of white precipitate or moire are observed on the fabrics after dyeing. For the whiteness problem that negatively affects the color yield and dyeing quality and usually requires dye repetition or additional treatme
Colin Kimya A.Ş. developed a new polymer soda, which is used less in place of soda in textile dyeing and has no problems like soda. With the same properties as the chemical soda used in reactive dyeing; it does not include the disadvantages of the soda.