Dyeing of synthetic fibers

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Noyes Data Corporation
Statement[by] K. Johnson (pseud.).
SeriesChemical technology review -- No.22
ContributionsJohnson, Keith (pseud.)
The Physical Object
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Out of 5 stars Information Still Relevant in A Great Dyeing Book Reviewed in the United States on Janu I recently purchased a used copy of "Synthetic Dyes Natural Fibers" by Linda Knutson (Revised Ed )/5(4). The dyeing behaviour with disperse dyes of polyester differs from other synthetic fibres like nylon and secondary acetate in the rate of dyeing.

Polyester fibres dye very slowly below °C. At 85°C, the temperature at which secondary acetate is normally dyed, dyeing rate on polyester is between and times slower than those on nylon Cited by: 7. Get this from a library. Dyeing of synthetic fibers, [C Whiting]. Book • Edited by: M. Clark. Browse book content.

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with chapters dealing with the dyeing of wool, synthetic and cellulosic fibres, and textile fibre blends. In part two, industrial applications of dyes are examined, with topics including dyes used in food and in the cosmetics industry. The two volumes of the. COVID Resources.

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Holly Brackmann's book, The Surface Designer's Handbook: Dyeing, Printing, Painting, and Creating Resists on Fabric, is an all-purpose guide to dueing many fibers.

'Handbook' is a good description of it; it looks very useful in many different areas of dyeing and surface design. Synthetic fibers (British English: synthetic fibres) are fibers made by humans through chemical synthesis, as opposed to natural fibers that are directly derived from living organisms.

They are the result of extensive research by scientists to improve upon naturally occurring animal and plant general, synthetic fibers are created by extruding fiber-forming materials through. Pretreatment of Proteinic and Synthetic Fibres Prior to Dyeing.

By A. Bendak and W. Raslan. Submitted: November 24th Reviewed: October 24th Author: A. Bendak, W. Raslan. Dyeing. Working with fibers and dyes is a lot of fun.

You can follow a lot of rules or you can experiment and see what the results turn out to be. Either way, you end up with something that is more personal that you will treasure. The Woolery offers an extensive selection. Questions Fixing Dye Synthetic Fibers Color Choice Dye How to Dye Different Fibers and Other Materials.

How to dye cellulose fibers: Hand Dyeing Top Gallery About Dyes How to Dye How to Tie Dye How to Batik Low Water Immersion Dyeing Sources for Supplies Book Reviews Other Galleries Groups FAQs Custom Dyers Forum Q&A blog link here.

Polypropylene (PP) fibers having a nonpolar paraffinic character are generally undyeable by the classical bath-dyeing method and therefore the substantial part of the PP fiber production is colored with pigments (mass dyed fibers).

Only a small part of PP fibers is dyed after preliminary by: 5. Dyeing is the application of dyes or pigments on textile materials such as fibers, yarns, and fabrics with the goal of achieving color with desired color is normally done in a special solution containing dyes and particular chemical material.

Dye molecules are fixed to the fiber by absorption, diffusion, or bonding with temperature and time being key controlling factors. Bast and other plant fibers; Cotton science and technology; Dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibers; Fiber bragg fratings; Physical properties of textile fibers; Polymer chemistry; Smart fibers, fabric and clothing; Synthetic fibers; Textile reference book for man made fibers.

Cellulose- Dyeing equilibria with direct dyes, 8. Cellulose-The kinetics of dyeing with direct dyes, 9. Cellulose-Dying with vat dyes, The dyeing of cellulose acetate, The dyeing of proteins, The absorption of dyes by wool, The dyeing of polyamide fibers, The dyeing of other synthetic fibers.5/5(1).

Earthsong Fibers carries a wide variety of natural and synthetic dyes. We have many natural dye-stuffs and mordants in stock as well as the full range of earthhues Natural Dye Extracts. We also carry quality synthetic dyes from Gaywool, Country Classic, and Jacquard.

Textile - Textile - Dyeing and printing: Dyeing and printing are processes employed in the conversion of raw textile fibres into finished goods that add much to the appearance of textile fabrics.

Most forms of textile materials can be dyed at almost any stage. Quality woollen goods are frequently dyed in the form of loose fibre, but top dyeing or cheese dyeing is favoured in treating worsteds.

Earthsong Fibers carries a variety of books on natural and synthetic dyeing. We also stock many natural dye-stuffs and mordants, the full range of earthhues Natural Dye Extracts, and a full range of quality synthetic dyes from Gaywool, Country Classic, and Jacquard.

So. Synthetic fiber is widely used in every day life except humans wear. Comperatively less durable than synthetic fiber. Synthetic fibers are more durable than natural fiber. The use of natural fibers are limited than synthetic fiber.

Synthetic fibers are used in multi task than natural fiber. Procion MX Reactive Dyes: work best on cellulosic (plant) fibers (cotton, rayon, linen, ramie, jute): lightfast, wash-fast, boil-fast. Require washing soda and common salt, 1 tbsp. per lb. of fiber. Require washing soda and common salt, 1 tbsp.

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Probably the single best guide I've seen on dyeing protein fibers with synthetic dyes. Covers a wide range of popular dye types, their chemical differences and a variety of techniques for using them.

If you are looking to go beyond basic acid dyeing techniques and you can find a copy (good luck with that) this is the book for you/5. Natural dyes are mostly used to dye natural fibers like cotton, wool, silk, jute etc. But very little information is available on dyeing of synthetic filament like polyester, acrylic, nylon etc.

This paper is a comprehensive review of application of natural dyes on synthetic by: The coloration of fibers and fabrics through dyeing is an integral part of textile manufacturing. This book discusses in detail several emerging topics on textile dyeing. "Textile Dyeing" will serve as an excellent addition to the libraries of both the novice and expert.

Some of the most beautiful and longest lasting colored fabrics were created with those natural dyes. Today, most fabrics and fibers are dyed with synthetic dyes that create reliable and easy to repeat results. The liquid synthetic dyes you can buy for home use.

This book summarizes the data available in scientific and patent literature on physico- chemical nature of crazing and discusses the results of original researches performed by the authors on implementation of this phenomenon at drawing the synthetic fibers which resulted in development of new technologies to produce multifunctional fibers.

In the dyeing of wool, silk and synthetic fibers, hydrogen bonds are probably set up between the azo, amino, alkyl amino and other groups and the. Working on polyester, acrylic, spandex, and other synthetic fabrics can be a little tricky if you aren't careful to use the right product.

Most dyes that we carry will wash off, except Pigment Dye (stains almost anything) and iDye Poly or Industrial Poly on Polyester, and Jacquard Basic Dye on acrylic. Nylon is a synthetic fiber that was made to imitate protein, so Acid dyes work on it. Supercritical carbon dioxide (ScCO 2) dyeing [5, 6] has received the most attentions and progresses, especially in dyeing of synthetic fibers such as polyester [7,8].

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As for reactive dyeing of Author: Mauro Banchero. This book provides an overview of the theories of dyeing the three major synthetic fibres, polyester, nylon and acrylic.

The final chapter of the book examines the dyeing of microfibre, which Author: Martin Bide. Dyeing of synthetic fibers. DYEING AND PRINTING. By: Haqiqat Ali (12) Pulkit Mishra (20) Under the guidance of: Mrs. Srivani (DFT) Introduction DYEING AND PRINTING.

Dyeing: Process of imparting colours to a textile material through a dye (colour) Obtained from flowers, nuts, berries and other vegetable, plants, animal and mineral sources. Colour chemists set about developing new synthetic dyestuffs for use on the growing range of new synthetic fibres, like Nylon and Terylene, that were being developed at the time and couldn’t be dyed using traditional methods.

Today, the world’s dyestuffs industry produces around tonnes of synthetic dye each year. Angora rabbit fibers are exceptionally soft and lustrous fibers. The Angora rabbit is a very old breed of rabbit, believed to have originated in Turkey in the town of Angora.

As these fibers are also protein based, dyeing characteristics are similar to wool. All recipes for dyeing sheep wool can be used for angora, too. But angora should be dyed at lower temperatures and it should not be boiled.Synthetic fibres account for about half of all fibre usage, with applications in every field of fibre and textile technology.

Although many classes of fibre based on synthetic polymers have been evaluated as potentially valuable commercial products, four of them - nylon, polyester, acrylic and polyolefin -. The Chemistry of Synthetic Dyes, Volume IV is a critical assessment of patent literature and scientific journals on the synthesis and applications of synthetic dyes.

This volume is composed of seven chapters, and begins with a discussion on the application of dyes in textile fibers and printing, as well as in dyeing industry. A chapter provides a general description of dyeing, other properties.