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Textile Industry Products -> Textile Processing Compounds

Textile Processing Compounds

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Cellulase Enzyme optimizes textile and paper quality.

Dyadic International, Inc.    Jupiter, FL 33477
May 06, 2014 Shown to reduce energy requirements and help maximize production rates for pulp and paper manufacturers, Fibrezyme® G4 restores fiber strength and optimizes inter-fiber bonding in paper-making applications. In textile industry, product can be used to soften denim and create stonewashed look for blue jeans. Fibrezyme® G4 operates under wide pH and temperature ranges allowing for integration into variety of manufacturing processes.

PFOA-free Water/Oil Repellent enhances textiles, nonwovens.

Agc Chemicals Americas, Inc.    Charlotte, NC 28217
Jun 19, 2013 AsahiGuard AG-E550D, free of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) at or above detection limits, offers safe and effective alternative to C8-based products. When formulated into nonwoven textiles and textile finishes for outdoor and work clothing, fluorinated finishing agent provides water and oil repellency and stain resistance – even after multiple wash cycles. Nonflammable, C6 fluorinated polymer-based solution is also compatible with residual materials from preceding production processes.

Hydrophilic Softener targets textile finishing market.

Dow Corning Corporation    Midland, MI 48686 0994
Aug 05, 2008 Composed of silicone copolymer to eliminate VOCs from its composition, OP-8800 Premium Hydrophilic Softener offers softness, water absorbency, and wicking with minimum to no impact on original substrate whiteness and stain-release properties of fluorocarbon-treated textiles. High-shear and high-pH stable product is compatible with anionic treatments.

Process-Stable Hydrophilic Softener suits textile finishing.

Wacker Chemical Corp.    Adrian, MI 49221
Oct 03, 2007 Imparting silky-velvety hand, WETSOFT® NE 580 silicone softener emulsion is designed for hydrophilic finishing of textiles. Self-dispersing microemulsion concentrate imparts absorbency and stability in alkaline solutions. Used on its own or together with other finishing agents, it is suited for use in finishing natural, mixed, and synthetic fibers. Solution remains stable when exposed to high pH values, elevated temperatures, high shear, and salts.

Textile Enhancers impart fabric softness and fullness.

GE Advanced Materials    Wilton, CT 06897
Mar 30, 2006 Delivering softening permanency, hydrophilic Magnasoft Derma NT imbues durability to textiles under stresses imposed by laundering process by coating fiber surface and penetrating into its interior. It imparts voluminous, silky hand and exhibits emulsion stability. Stable under alkaline conditions up to 14 pH and temperatures up to 100°C, self-emulsifying Magnasoft JSS delivers softness, fullness, and hydrophilicity to cellulose-based fabrics. It can be diluted in water.

Additives offer anti-odor and antimicrobial properties.

NanoHorizons, Inc.    State College, PA 16803
Feb 01, 2006 Available in 3 strengths, SmartSilver(TM) anti-odor/antimicrobial additives for urethane and nylon let manufacturers add anti-odor/antimicrobial properties to their products. Permanent, safe, and fully compatible with existing manufacturing processes for fiber, fabric, and coated products, nanoscale material modifications do not alter stretch, wicking, hand, or dyeability of fibers and fabrics. Resulting products range from shoe linings and T-shirts to carpets, rainwear, and paints.

Hot Melt Adhesive is suited for textile laminators.

Rohm & Haas Co.    Philadelphia, PA 19106 2399
May 03, 2004 Mor-Melt R-7001E moisture-curing polyurethane reactive hot melt adhesive resists high temperature, moisture, and solvents. Product retains tensile strength in autoclave or sterilization environments and is typically applied at temperatures from 100 to 120°C. Composed of 100% solids, adhesive eliminates puckering, shrinkage, or destruction of delicate substrates. Application methods include roll coating, gravure, screen, slot die, and spray.

Adhesives minimize frosting and fogging on parts.

Adhesives minimize frosting and fogging on parts.

Permabond    Somerset, NJ 08873
Nov 07, 2002 Series 790 fast cure adhesives range in viscosity from 1 to 6,000 cP. Depending on viscosity, set time ranges from 1-12 sec. All are clear to slightly yellow in color, and when stored at 35-45°F, have shelf life of 12 months. Adhesives provide extremely fast cure on most substrates including wood, plastics, metals, and elastomers. They are suitable for rapid assembly operations. Sizes include 3 g, 1 oz, 1 lb, 4.4 lb, 10 Kg, 25 Kg, and 125 lb containers.

Spray Adhesives suit various applications.

Spray Adhesives suit various applications.

Krylon Diversified Brands    Cleveland, OH 44115
Apr 30, 2002 White Lightning(R) WL03100 two-sided contact trim adhesive withstands 200 deg F. It forms fast, aggressive bonds that are water resistant. WL03101 repositionable adhesive provides clear, tape-like bonds with tack range up to 3 hrs. WL03102 fast tack adhesive forms fast, permanent bonds that are water resistant. WL03103 industrial strength adhesive dries in 1 minute and is heat resistant up to 120 deg F. WL03104 foam and fabric adhesive is low misting and has variable spray pattern.

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