What is HTHP dyeing machine?

What is HTHP dyeing machine?

HTHP Yarn Dyeing Machine is used for dyeing of sample for polyester, cotton and any form of fiber or blended yarn and fabric.

What is jigger dyeing machine?

The jigger dyeing machine is a large closed dye vat with two main rollers located in the top half of the machine. The fabric is wound onto one roller and then fed onto the other. The dye liquor is located at the bottom of the dye vat below the two main rollers, it is specially designed to require a low liquor ratio.

What is Hthp in textile?

Among the various yarn dyeing methods, most common one is high temperature high pressure (HTHP) dyeing method. In this process, yarns are wound from paper cones to perforated plastic cones through which liquor can pass through. The process of winding from paper to perforated cones is an added pre-requisite.

What is pad steam machine?

Pad-Steam dyeing is a process of continuous dyeing in which the fabric in open width is padded with dyestuff and is then steamed. Pad steam is an ideal machine for reactive dyeing of cotton and its blended fabrics. Light, pale and medium shades can be dyed in this machine.

What is fabric dyeing process?

A dyeing process is the interaction between a dye and a fibre, as well as the movement of dye into the internal part of the fibre. Generally, a dyeing process involves adsorption (transfer of dyes from the aqueous solution onto the fibre surface) and diffusion (dyes diffused into the fibre).

What is cold pad batch?

Cold Pad Batch (CPB) dyeing offers the most economical and convenient method of dyeing cotton with reactive dyes. The CPB procedure is simple since the only step involved is the passage of fabric through the dye bath and squeezing through the dyeing padder with subsequent batching for twelve hours.

What is pad dry cure method?

The most common application method for easy-care and durable press finishes is a pad–dry–cure procedure. In this process, the crosslinking reactant, catalyst, softener, and other components are dried on the fabric prior to the crosslinking reaction that takes place during the curing step.

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