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Acid buffer for the dyeing of polyester, polyester/wool and polyester/cellulosic blends

Has dispersing and chelation properties
Good buffering capacity at a pH range from 4-6
Good chelating action prevents change of shade caused by heavy metals ions
Phosphate free
Improves the reproducibility of the dyeings

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Special auxiliary to scour and dye greige fabric in one bath with Reactive and Direct dyes.

  • Excellent wetting-out of the fabric
  • Good detergency and emulsifying effect
  • Disperses impurities present on cellulosic fibres
  • Improves the dyehouse productivity due to shorter dyeing time
  • Reduce energy costs and the water consumption
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Auxiliary to prevent hydrolysis of Direct dyes when dyeing cellulosics

Applicable in long liquor ratio and pad-steam process
Protective agent to maintain wool quality
It is recommended to use in dyeing and chroming bathes
Reduces the risk of wool damage under alkaline conditions
Improves the reproducibility of dyeings

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Dynamic temperature control: the coolest textile trend so far

Temperature can make or break the comfort of outgoing consumers. No matter the quality of your fabrics; people like to work out and we all get to deal with large temperature differences, sweat and sticky clothes. Now, as a textile manufacturer, you can’t reduce the sweat that’s released through the skin of your customers. What […]

Moisture wicking properties: how to lose them, how to boost them

Textile professionals are a lot like normal people. They can’t be compared. What makes one manufacturer extremely happy causes a bad day for the other. This certainly applies to moisture wicking. For some textile products, the feature is helpful, as it helps wearers stay dry and ventilated. But when you produce PVC coated fabrics, moisture […]

The water saving challenge: TANA®ZYM NCP for Bioscouring and Desizing put into practice

The textile industry is one of the most water consuming industries in the world. Every stage in the production process requires water, either to apply substances or to wash them off. Now, water scarcity has been a global problem for some time, but the awareness of today’s textile manufacturers is increasing, causing them to take […]

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