Discharge Printing

A Comprehensive Guide to Discharge Printing in the Textile Industry

Textile printing is an intriguing process that enhances fabrics with vibrant colors and captivating designs. Screen printing is a common method where inks are applied directly to the fabric, whereas it offers a distinct approach to achieving impressive results. Discharge printing is a method where a chemical agent is applied to the dyed fabric to […]

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Effluent Treatment Plant

The Journey of Textile Wastewater to Sustainability

Water has become a scarce resource due to strong globalization and industrialization. The textile industry uses a lot of water and generates a large amount of wastewater. Wastewater from textiles is formed with a high chemical content and is dark brown in color. It has a high pH value, high concentration of suspended solids, chlorides,

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What is mordant

What is Mordants? A simple brief about the Mordanting Process.

Whenever across a stunning piece of clothing we often wonder how those rich colors stay so vibrant. The secret is in a fascinating technique called mordanting, which uses special ingredients called Mordants. Mordants also known as dye fixative are like glue for colors on fabric. They are unique chemicals that assist dyes in adhering to

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Hybrid Pigments

Why Hybrid Pigments are transforming the textile Industry?

The history of the coloring of fabric is almost thousands of years old. Before W. H. Perkins discovered synthetic dyes in 1856, all the coloring pigments were made from natural pigments and oil. Nowadays, almost 90% of our clothes are used synthetic colors. Unfortunately, Textile is one of the largest and most polluting industries in

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Closed-Loop Textile Systems: What & Why?

What is a Closed-Loop textile system? A closed-loop system is a design and manufacturing method that keeps the textile material circulating for as long as possible. Here the main concentration is set on recycling. Unlike open-loop, the fibers produced through the closed-loop process, are used in textile later. Main purpose Closed-Loop textile system: The main

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3d Fabrics

3D Fabric Weaving: A Step to Technical Textile

Though 2D weaving is widely used on a vertical surface, it is a little outdated for industrial 3D fabric. That’s why, with regular development, 3D weaving has been introduced. It is efficient in creating proper and clear 3-dimensional orthogonal surfaces. What is 3D fabric weaving? 3D weaving is a modification of conventional fabrication mechanisms. In

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The Versatile Roles of Surfactants in Textile Processing

The vivid hues and intricate patterns we admire in textiles don’t magically appear. Behind the scenes, many chemicals play crucial roles where surfactants are particularly important and versatile behind the scenes- players. Textile wet processing involves procedures aimed at treating fibers, yarns, or fabrics using various chemicals to attain specific attributes like color, texture, and

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