What is Acid Dye?An anionic dye characterized by substantively for protein, polyamide or others containing some basic groups. Acid dyes are often applied from an acidic or neutral dye bath.
What is Vat Dye?A water insoluble dye which usually containing keto groups and which is normally applied to the fibre from an alkaline aqueous solution of the reduced (leuco) form, which is subsequently oxidized in the fiber to the insoluble form.
What is Basic Dye?A cationic dye characteristic by its substantivity for standard acrylic, mod acrylic and basic dyeable polyester fibres.
What is Direct Dye?An anionic dye having substantivity for cellulose fiber, normally applied from an aqueous dye bath containing an electrolyte.
What is Disperse Dye?Disperse dye is one kind of organic coloring substances which is free from ionizing group, less soluble in water and which is used for dyeing of hydrophobic textile materials.
What is Azoic Dye?The dyes which have insoluble azo group is known as azoic dye. This types of dyes do not get in ready-made form. These dyes are produced by reacting two components, where one is coupling method and another one is diazo component.
Name of Different Dyes and Their Application in Textile Processing:
|SL No.||Name of Dyes||Application|
|01||Acid dye||Natural fibre (Wool, Silk), Man-made fibre (Nylon)|
|02||Direct dye||Natural fibe (Cotton), Man-made fibre (Viscose)|
|03||Vat dye||Natural fibre (Silk, Cotton, Wool), Man-made fibre (Viscose)|
|04||Disperse dye||Nylon, Acrylic, Tri-acetate, Polyester, Di-acetate|
|05||Basic dye||Jute, Acrylic|
|06||Reactive dye||Viscose, Silk, Nylon, Cotton, Wool|
|07||Sulphur dye||Viscose, Cotton|
|08||Mordant dye||Cotton, Wool, Silk|
|09||Pigment||Man-made fibre, Cotton|
|10||Mineral||Cotton, Silk, Wool|
|11||Azoic dye||Cotton, Viscose|
|13||Rapid and Rapidson dye||Cotton|
|14||Onium dye||Jute, Cotton|