Uses Of Silicon Softener | Amphoteric Softener

Softener Amphoteric softener and silicon softener are not widely used. Silicon softener is the latest type of softener. Properties of Amphoteric Softener: These molecules consist of one or longer alkyl chains attached to polar molecules which contain both anionic and cationic groups. Their nature depends on PH. Neutral PH: No ionic Lower PH: Cationic Higher … Read more

Properties, Advantages, And Disadvantages Of Nonionic Softener

Nonionic Softener Nonionic softener is widely used on synthetic fibers and their blends. It is compatible to use for synthetic fibers. Properties of Nonionic Softener: The Properties of the nonionic softener are given below. Nonionic softener is applied to synthetic fibers and their blends. It is fairly soluble in water. Its color is like creamy … Read more

Properties, Advantages, And Disadvantages Of Anionic Softener

Anionic Softener Anionic softener is not so used as a cationic softener. This softener is applied to cellulosic and its blend textile materials. Properties of Anionic Softener: The following are properties of an anionic softener. They are- Firstly, anionic softener is applied on cellulose and its blend. Secondly, anionic softener is not permanent and not … Read more

Properties, Advantages, And Disadvantages Of Cationic Softener

Cationic Softener Cationic softeners are one of the important softening agents used for the finishing process. It is widely used for softening cellulosic materials. Properties of Cationic Softener: The properties of cationic softeners are given below. They are- Cationic softeners are widely used on cellulose materials. It has enough affinity and substantively towards cellulosic fibers. … Read more

Types Of Softening Agents | Requirements Of Softening Agents

Softening Agents Softening agents are one of the finishing agents which give softness, better handle, drape, cutting, and sewing qualities to the fabric. It is applied on the fiber, yarn, woven or knitted fabrics during the dyeing process. Softening agents are applied to the materials at the last stage of the dyeing process. Most of … Read more

Direct Dyes || Properties Of Direct Dyes

Direct Dyes Direct dyes are sodium salt of sulphonic acid and most of them contain an azo group as the main chromophore. Additionally, direct dye dyeing is carried out in alkaline conditions. This dyeing process is done comparatively at low temperatures. After absorbing dyes it tends to bleed of dyes which produce unevenness of shade, … Read more

What Is Vat Dye || Properties Of Vat Dye

Vat Dye Vat dyes are different from reactive dyes, disperse dyes, basic dyes, acid dyes, or azoic color but their application process is near similar to sulphur dyes. Vat dyes are used for coloring cellulosic fiber especially cotton fiber. It is widely used for running the dyeing process of cotton yarns which is used for … Read more

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