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Effect of M: L ratio on dyeing of jute fabrics using REMAZOL RR & DRIMAREN HF
(Daffodil International University, 2013-07)
Reactive dyes are widely used for dyeing and printing cellulosic materials and blends containing cellulosic portion. Remazol RR & Drimaren HF both are Reactive dyes widely used in Jute dyeing .From the comparison result, ...
Effect of Hydrogen Peroxid Concentration on Jute Fabric
Abstract: Maximum whiteness of jute fabric can be obtained by using minimum hydrogen peroxide in combined bath scouring and bleaching process. So ensure minimum weight loss (%) of jute fabric to obtain maximum absorbency ...
Effect of Weight Loss Percentage and Pilling, After Treating With Enzyme by Changing Ph, Time, Temperature on Single Jersey Knitted Fabric
Abstract: The knitted fabrics, single jersey, were treated with enzyme with different ph, time, temperature and pilling was observed, from the overall comparison, the effect of enzyme was best for cotton and fastness ...
Effect of Salt Concentration on Rubbing and Wash Fastness of Dyed Woven and Knitted Fabrics
Abstract: 100% cotton single jersey, Rib, Plain and Twill fabric were dyed with same shade% and fastness was observed, from the overall comparison, the effect of different construction and salt concentration was best ...
EFFECT OF OPTICAL BRIGHTENING AGENT ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF FABRICS
Abstract: The knitted fabrics (single jersey, lycra single jersey, rib interlock, polo pique) were dyed with Optical Brightening Agent. From the overall comparison for different Shade% of different fabrics of Optical ...