Introduction of dyeing process of wool interwoven fabric


Dyeing occupies a pivotal position in the production of […]

Dyeing occupies a pivotal position in the production of fabrics. So what should be the dyeing process for wool interwoven fabrics?

First of all, it is the choice of dyes. Proper dyes are the first and most critical step in the dyeing process. For wool interwoven fabrics, due to their properties, in general, disperse cationic dyes should be used. In addition to the dyeing properties of common dyes, they also have good dispersion stability and levelness, and can reduce yin and yang. The probability of precipitation by ionic reaction; in addition, the use of reactive dyes for hair can improve the fastness and color stability of the fabric.
Introduction of dyeing process of wool interwoven fabric

Second, it is to choose the appropriate dyeing process. Especially for wool interwoven fabrics, this process is extremely critical during the dyeing process. For fabric products with different properties, we can choose the appropriate dyeing process according to the specific situation. The selected dyeing process must be based on the premise of ensuring the dyeing effect. In addition, after dyeing, some other treatment is required to ensure the coloring effect of the fabric.

Of course, in the process of developing the dyeing process, we need to consider a lot of factors, among which the stability of dyeing and shade is a part that must be considered. Only by fully considering these factors can we avoid some unexpected situations and ensure the dyeing effect of wool interwoven fabrics.

Finally, it is also necessary to ensure the stability of the dye. If the dyeing is not well controlled during the dyeing of the wool interlaced fabric, not only will the cloth surface be unclear or floating, but it will also cause sedimentation, contamination of the fabric and equipment, and cause production accidents.

In summary, during the dyeing process, we need to pay attention to all aspects, choose the appropriate dye and dyeing process, which must be considered in the development of a reasonable dyeing process. For each production company, it is also necessary to continuously improve to ensure that the wool interwoven fabrics produced meet the needs of use.