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What Are The Advantages And Uses Of Reactive Dyes?

Date:Aug 22, 2020

Reactive dyes are composed of parent dyes, linking bases and reactive groups, which enable them to form a firm covalent bond with fibers during use, and have a series of incomparable characteristics with other cellulose fiber dyes, establishing their use as fibers The key status of the development and use of dyestuffs for plain fibers is prominently embodied in the following four aspects:


(1) are one of the best choices to replace prohibited dyes and other types of cellulose dyes such as sulfur dyes, ice dyes and vat dyes.


(2) can use economical dyeing technology and simple dyeing operations to obtain high levels of various fastness properties, especially wet fastness.


(3) have wide chromatograms, bright colors, excellent performance and strong applicability, and their hue and performance are basically in line with the market's requirements for fibers and clothing.


(4) are suitable for printing and dyeing of new cellulosic fiber products such as Lyocell fiber.


Functional use

Reactive dyes are composed of parent dyes, linking bases and reactive groups, which enable them to form a firm covalent bond with fibers during use, and have a series of incomparable characteristics with other cellulose fiber dyes, establishing their use as fibers The key status of the development and use of dyestuffs for plain fibers is highlighted in the following four aspects:


(1) are one of the best choices to replace prohibited dyes and other types of cellulose dyes such as sulfur dyes, ice dyes and vat dyes.


(2) can use economical dyeing technology and simple dyeing operations to obtain high levels of various fastness properties, especially wet fastness.


(3) have wide chromatograms, bright colors, excellent performance and strong applicability, and their hue and performance are basically in line with the market's requirements for fibers and clothing.


(4) are suitable for printing and dyeing of new cellulosic fiber products such as Lyocell fiber.


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