disperse dye


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disperse dye

[də′spərs ‚dī]
(materials)
A very slightly water-soluble, colored material for use on cellulose acetate and other synthetic fibers; color is transferred to the fiber as extremely finely divided particles, resulting in a solution of the dye in the solid fiber.
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DuPont Artistri ink meets industry standard fastness requirements and is available in a wide array of colors covering the four major textile chemistries: acid dye, reactive dye, disperse dye and pigment ink.
DuPont Ink Jet has announced the commercial availability of DuPont Artistri D700 Disperse Dye inks for digital textile printing.
The four popular ink chemistries -- acid dye, reactive dye, disperse dye and pigment -- will all be available for the 2020 printer.
Huntsman Textile Effects has added three new fluorescent dyes to its Terasil FF disperse dye range
It segments the market on the basis of product types - dyes (reactive dye, disperse dye, sulfur dye, VAT dye, acid dye, direct dye, basic dye, and others), organic pigments (azo, phthalocyanines blues and greens, and high performance pigments), and inorganic pigments (titanium dioxide, iron oxide, and others).
The market has also been segmented on the basis of product types - dyes (reactive dye, disperse dye, sulfur dye, VAT dye, acid dye, direct dye, basic dye, and others), organic pigments (azo, phthalocyanines blues and greens, and high performance pigments), and inorganic pigments (titanium dioxide, iron oxide, and others).
Burco(R) Clear MCL Liquid, an environmentally-friendly and biodegradable liquid, is suitable for liquid dispensing systems and offers excellent reduction capability for afterclearing disperse dye fibers, as well as machine cleaning.
Most ink makers now offer a substitute for the traditional disperse dye sublimation method of printing on polyester or polyester-cotton blends.
This result could be attributed to the void space generation enabling more disperse dye penetration into the fiber.
The market has also been segmented on the basis of product types--dyes (reactive dye, disperse dye, sulfur dye, VAT dye, acid dye, direct dye, basic dye, and others), organic pigments (azo, phthalocyanines blues and greens, and high performance pigments), and inorganic pigments (titanium dioxide, iron oxide, and others).
Currently, the market offers distinct basic dyes, direct, mordant, and vat dyes, and reactive and disperse dyes, which are expected to fade away, giving way to natural dyes.