FAQ's related to Textile Dyes :-
Q.1 On what textile dyes are used?
Textile dyes are used on textile materials such as fabrics, fibres and yarns i.e., cotton, silk, nylon, rayon, acrylic fibres, cellulosic fibres etc.
Q.2 What are the types of textile dyes?
•Basic dyes: Used for acrylic fibres.
•Reactive dyes: Cotton, cellulosic fibres
•Vat dyes: Cotton
•Disperse dyes: Polyester yarns
•Acid dyes: Nylon, silk, wool.
•Direct dyes: Cotton, cellulosic fibres
Q.3 Which production process is used for textile dyes?
Textile dyes can either use batch-process, continuous-process or semi-continuous process, depending on the type of substrates used. However, batch-process is the most for textile dyes.
Q.4 How can you re move processed dye from the textile?
By discharging or stripping process, you can remove processed dye from the textile if anything goes went wrong. This process involves reducing agents like sodium hydro-sulfite or oxidizing agents like sodium hypochlorite or hydrogen peroxide. However, fiber might get damaged.
Q.5 Are textile dyes really expensive?
Natural dyes are a bit expensive but not synthetic type of textile dyes. Explore various textile dyes at Tradeindia that ranges from low to medium costs.