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The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
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Volume 17, Issue 6 - Dec 2005
Volume 17, Issue 5 - Oct 2005
Volume 17, Issue 4 - Aug 2005
Volume 17, Issue 3 - Jun 2005
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Synthesis and Dyeing Properties of Red Disperse Dyes Derived from Diaminopyridines
Park Jong Ho ; Koh Joonseok ; Bae Jin Seok ; Kim Sung Dong ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 17, issue 6, 2005, Pages 1~10
Disperse dyes derived from heterocyclic compounds such as phenylindole, pyridone, diaminopyridine, and carbazole have been known to exhibit high light fastness and bathochromic shift compared to the coursponding aminoazobenzene. The synthetic method to obtain diaminopyridine derivatives, which can be used as coupling components, was chlorination of pyridone with phosphorous oxychloride, followed by substitution with various primary amines. Four azo disperse dyes were synthesized by coupling four diaminopyridines with 2-cyano-4-nitroaniline as a diazo component. Structures of these dyes were confirmed by
NMR spectroscopy. The wavelengths of maximum absorption of the synthesized disperse dyes were in the range of
, and molar extinction coefficients were
. The dyeability of four disperse dyes toward PET fiber was generally good. Wash and rubbing fastnesses were excellent, while light and dry heat fastness were good.
Dyeing Properties and Color Fastness of Cotton, Nylon and Polyester Dyed with Vat Dyes
Jeong, Dong-Seok ; Choi, Mi-Nam ; Jung, Dae-Ho ; Gwon, Oh-Chul ; Lee, Mun-Cheul ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 17, issue 6, 2005, Pages 11~19
Textile dyeing with vat dyes has the highest color fastness although one and the same dye of all vat dyes cannot always satisfy every color fastness requirement. So we examined cotton, nylon 6, and polyester fabrics dyed with vat dyes. Cotton, nylon 6 and polyester fabrics were dyed with vat dyes such as C. I. Vat Blue 1, Blue 19, Black 9, Green 1, Orange 2, and Violet 1 containing sodium hydrosulfite and NaOH. Oxidation were carried out by a sodium peroxoborate after dyeing. The dyed materials were soaped at the boil after oxidation. Especially hydrolysis and overreduction for dyed polyester with vats dyes containing -NHCO- and -NH- groups such as C. I. Vat Blue 6, Black 25, Black 27, Red 10, and Green 3 occurred. It seems that these phenomena are due to a high dyeing temperature. Wash and rubbing fastness of nylon are higher than that of cotton and polyester. Light fastness of cotton is higher than that of polyester and nylon.
Development of Cellulosic Woven Fabric for Digital Textile Printing
Son Eun Jong ; Lee Young Mok ; Jang Se Chan ; Yi Sung Chul ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 17, issue 6, 2005, Pages 20~26
For developing digital printing textiles, special pretreatment processes are necessary. These processes include developing formulation of coating agent and coating processes. The pretreatment were investigated with the variation concentration of anti-migration agent, fixation chemical etc.. The printing qualities according to pretreatment conditions were studied with color yield, printed capital letter sharpness and washing fastness. It was observed that the concentration of anti-migration agent, fixation agent(alkali) was closely related to printing qualities. For developing industrial technology of cellulosic digital printing textiles, optimum viscosity of pretreatment coating formulation is very important factor.
Preferential face coating of knitted PET fabrics via UV curing for water- and oil-repellent finish
Jeong, Yong-Kyun ; Jeong, Yongjin ; Jang, Jinho ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 17, issue 6, 2005, Pages 27~35
Conventional pad- dry-cure(thermo-fixation) process usually produces functional performance on both sides of a fabric. UV curing technique was applied to impart water- and oil-repellent finish effective only on the face of a PET knitted fabric. The preferential one-side coating, by virtue of the limited penetration of UV light, was achieved by W curing after padding of a fluorocarbon agent without special coating or printing equipments. The difference in the functional property of face and back sides was examined by measuring water and oil repellency at each side of the treated fabric. The influence of pre/post-irradiation dose and agent concentration on the performance of the finished fabrics were investigated. While increase in both resin concentration and post-irradiation did not have significant effect on the finish, UV pre-irradiation of PET fabrics caused remarkable influence presumably due to appropriate surface modification of PET fabrics required for facile wetting of the resin. The dimensional stability and color change of the UV cured fabrics measured by FAST and reflectance spectrophotometry showed significantly decreased color difference and increased percent extension compared with the samples pre-irradiated without agent application.
The Effect of Low Temperature Plasma on the Properties of Foam
Park, Cha-Cheol ; Kim, Ho-Jung ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 17, issue 6, 2005, Pages 36~41
The effects of low temperature plasma treatment on the properties of three types of foams, polyurethane(PU), injection phylon(IP), and phylon(PH) that used for footwear mid-sole were examined. The change of surface properties of foams were characterized by electron scanning microscope, contact angle measurement, and universal testing machine. Adhesion was tested by T-peel tests of plasma treated foams/polyurethane adhesive joints. The contact angle of three types of foams were decreased dramatically with the plasma treatment time, specifically noticeable in the case of phylon(Ph). It has shown the relationship with the contact angle of phylon(PH) and the distance between electrode and samples. The peel strength of foams were increased with the increase of plasma treatment time.
Optimization of Decolorizing and Carding Condition for Recycle Materials of Colored Waste Silk Fabrics
Lee, Youn-Eung ; Lee, Sun-Kun ; Joo, Chsang-Whan ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 17, issue 6, 2005, Pages 42~50
Silk fabrics are widely used as high quality cloth, interior, quilting and bedding materials because of having excellent touch, drape, resilience and low specific gravity characteristics. But, many waste silk materials are produced during the reeling, spinning, weaving, dyeing and finishing processes. From this fact, the recycle of waste silks is interested in studying for the application of industrial textile materials such as filter, oil absorbent and wound protector. Thus, this research has surveyed the decolorizing and carding characteristics in order to recycle the colored waste silk materials. As the results, the carding condition of waste silk fabrics was optimized with different fiber lengths and curding passage. In addition, the fiber failure mechanism from the wasted silk microdamage caused by carding process was investigated. Also it was found that longitudinal and transverse cracks, abrasion and pilling were formed on the surface of wasted silk fibers.
A Study on the Manufacturing and Properties of Hightech Easycare Wool
Han Tae Sung ; Park Jun Ho ; Park Sang Woon ; Jeon Byong Dae ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 17, issue 6, 2005, Pages 51~59
To manufacture hightech easycare wool, there are several methods which use strong oxidising agent or the resin treatment, however, neither are environmentally friendly methods. Moreover it may deteriorate the handle. The aim of this study is to manufacture the hightech easycare wool using the modified Fenton method which can be formed by hydrogen peroxide and ferric sulfate and enzyme treatment. The method was pretreated by ferric sulfate on the wool surface and then the surface of wool scale was selectively removed by ferric ion catalyst. Subsequently the Enchiron which is one of the proteolytic enzymes was treated on the wool surface. The treated wool had the result of having optimum weight loss and excellent whiteness and good handle. Therefore implications of these results suggest that this method using the modified Fenton method and enzyme treatment may be one way of manufacturing the hightech easycare wool.