Fibres and Dyes

Fibres and Dyes

fibres application classes

Natural fibres
Wool acid, basic, mordant, reactive,
(solubilized vat)
Wool blends (wool-cotton, acid, direct, mordant, reactive
wool-viscose, etc.)
Silk acid, basic, direct, mordant, (reactive),
(solubilized vat)
Cotton azoic, basic, direct, mordant, oxidation,
reactive, sulfur, vat
jute, ramie) solubilized vat

Modified cellulose fibres
Viscose direct, mordant, pigment, reactive, sulfur,
vat, solubilized vat
Secondary acetate disperse
Triacetate disperse

Synthetic fibres
Polyamide (nylon, Perlon, Rilsan) acid, disperse, mordant, pigment, reactive
Polyester (Dacron, Terylene) disperse, pigment
Polyacrylonitrile (Acrilan, basic, disperse, pigment
Courtelle, Orlon)
Polyvinyl chloride (Envilon, basic, disperse
Polyolefines (Meraklon, Prolene) disperse
Elastomers (Glospan, Lycra) acid, disperse, reactive, (wool), vat

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Universalium. 2010.

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