continuous dyeing

continuous dyeing

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′dī·iŋ]
(textiles)
The application of color-producing agents to textiles by impregnating the cloth with dye and then passing it through a series of developing, washing, and drying zones to a final take-up roll.
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Color Service is also specialised in the automatic management of continuous dyeing cycles, in foulards and finishing.
Key words: Colour fastness, Tensile strength, Natural dye, Alkanna tinctoria, Continuous dyeing, crosslinkers.
The hall includes a full Thermex continuous dyeing range suitable for the Econtrol process; a Montex 6500 stenter with a vertical chain return and equipped with Eco Applicator; and a Montex 8000 stenter for technical textiles--incorporating Eco Applicator, high temperature and an explosion-proof execution for treating fabrics with solvents.
ABSTRACT: In continuous dyeing of cotton with reactive dyes, steaming and baking are two ways to expedite dye-fibre reaction and are often regarded as dye fixation phase of the dyeing process.
Feroze Alam Lari, managing director of Afroze, said that with the company's new 750,000-square-foot towel mill, which he said will be Pakistan's largest and most advanced, with 72 air-jet looms and continuous dyeing, bleaching and tumbling, its towel capacity will go up by 150 percent.
50 Years Ago Puzzling over the snags which hitherto have made a continuous dyeing process but an idle dream, a Coventry managing director and his youthful assistant sought inspiration in the mountain air of North Wales and the Lakes.
Most frequently, though, huge continuous dyeing machines process thousands of yards of fabric through super-heated dyebaths.
* The new LevafixA(r) Eco range for exhaust and continuous dyeing of cellulosic, completely free of p-CA and other regularly controlled amines;
The company's Thermex Econtrol range meanwhile has a working width of 1.8 metres and allows the single-bath continuous dyeing of cotton and polyester fabrics with selected reactive and dispersion dyestuffs, as well as cotton-polyester blends to be processed without reductive intermediate cleaning, eliminating the need for a steamer.

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