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dyestuff

[′dī‚stəf]
(chemistry)
dye
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Dacca Trade Agency at DPS World 2017 represents TandT Industries Corporation (Taiwan) manufacturer of Tai JET inks for textile digital printing, DJET for textile digital printing machine, Cationic Dyestuffs (Taiacryl Brand), Disperse Dyestuffs (Taicron Brand), Acid Dyestuffs (Taiacid Brand), they are the unique manufacturer of acrylic digital printing inks.
6] The incidence of bladder tumors in workers in the dyestuffs industry was first described by Rehn in 1895 and 1906.
German chemists had been at the forefront of many important scientific discoveries, and industrialists had been quick to commercially exploit those developments to manufacture pharmaceuticals, synthetics and dyestuffs.
Spectra Color offers extensive lines of Acid, Basic, Direct, Fiber Reactive and other water soluble dyes, as weil as a full range of solvent soluble dyestuffs.
One important aim of this project was to give natural colours another lifespan by spreading new knowledge of these dyestuffs to extend their use in India and Europe.
Indian dyestuff industry witnessed significant growth in the past decade due to government concessions in the form of tax and excise concessions to small-sized establishments.
Because of the consumer restrictions and the legislations of countries that prohibit the addition of synthetic dyestuffs to animal rations and to human foods, the choice for the use of natural dyestuffs increases continuously.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 14, 2011--Eskay Dyestuffs & Organic Chemicals retains CRISIL ratings(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
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Being a global leader in the application of dyestuffs to textile substrates, DyStar has dyestuffs and pigments that exhibit the highest levels of application technology and fastness.
The list of products from China not fit for human consumption is long: banned dyestuffs discovered in sauces and rice cakes, carcinogenic moulds on dry fruit, residues of antibiotics in batches of honey and fish, traces of mercury in eels and stocks of genetically modified noodles.
Donaldson Membranes' ePTFE filter media has given a new lease of life to a filter employed in the production of dyestuffs for the ceramics industry at Colores Ceramicos, situated in Castillon, Spain.