Dyeing Flow Chart of Cotton With Turquoise Color | Light Shade

Turquoise Color

Turquoise color dyeing is more critical than normal color dyeing. This type of dye is used to produce specific colors.

Dyeing Flow Chart of Cotton With Turquoise Color For Light Shade

The following is a flow chart of the turquoise color dyeing process for light shade. They are-

 Carrier and vessel washed by hydrose and caustic at 1000 C for 20 min

Load the package in the carrier and feed it to the vessel

Add wetting agent, anti-foaming agent, sequestering agent and run at 600 C for 10 min

Water solution drain

Add wetting agent, sequestering agent, caustic soda, and hydrogen peroxide and run at 1100 C for single yarn and 1150 C for double yarn for 20 min

Drain

Add peroxide killer and run at 900 C for 10 min

Peroxide check in the package

Drain

Add acetic acid for neutralization and run for 20 min at 500 C

Drain

Absorbency test of a sample

Ok

Dyeing period

Add wetting agent, antifoaming agent, sequestering agent and run at 600 C for 10 min

Color dosing at 600 C for 20 min

Color migration at 800 – 900 C for 30 min

Salt dosing at 600 C for 20 min

Run the machine for 20 min at 800 – 900 C with color and salt

Soda dosing at 600 C for 40 min

Cotton dyeing at 800 – 900 C for 50 min

Check sample

Ok

Drain

Rinse for 10 min

Add acetic acid for neutralization and run for 10 min at 500 C

Drain

Add washing chemical and run at 900 C for 20 min

Wash sample check

Ok

Drain

Rinse for 10 min

Add fixing chemical and half acetic acid, run at 500 C for 20 min

Add softening agent and rest half acid, run at 600 C for 20 min

Check finished sample

Ok

Drain

In sum, it is too practical; if you want you can try cotton dyeing for light shade. Don’t forget to inform me about the results.

3 thoughts on “Dyeing Flow Chart of Cotton With Turquoise Color | Light Shade”

  1. i visited a factory last night….i saw they use salt dosing before dyeing….i mean they were using salt like pretreatment…they run this salt around 45 mins……why??any difference?

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