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The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
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Volume 23, Issue 4 - Dec 2011
Volume 23, Issue 3 - Sep 2011
Volume 23, Issue 2 - Jun 2011
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Mar 2011
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Effect of Ethanol/water Solvent Ratios on the Morphology of Zein Nanofiber Mats and their Wettability
Choi, Jin-Hyun ; Kim, Young-Hwa ; Yeum, Jeong-Hyun ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 227~232
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.227
Zein is a hydrophobic protein produced from maize and has great potential in a number of industrial applications, such as food, food coating and food packaging. To obtain suitable electrospinning conditions for thinner and uniform zein nanofiber mats, a series of experiments was conducted on various volume ratios (v/v) of ethanol/water solutions with different zein concentrations. The prepared zein nanofiber mats were characterized by field emission scanning electron microscopy and contact angle measurements. Uniform zein fibers with a average diameter in the nanometer scale (300~500 nm) could be prepared from 30 wt.% zein in 7/3 (v/v) ethanol/water solutions.
The Mechanical Properties of New Worsted Wool-like Fabrics Using Latent Yarns
Park, Myung-Soo ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 233~240
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.233
A fineness range of 150 Nm-170 Nm has recently been applied to produce much finer wool products, so that processing techniques for the wool fabrics have been developed very rapidly. However, the worsted wool-like technique using polyester fiber has not been still implemented in general processing technique. Therefore, this research is to develop materials of side-by-side type with high finess, high shrinkage and stretchability. The mechanical properties of the produced fabrics were analyzed and the fundamental information were obtained for the new worsted wool-like products. The physical properties of a latent crimped yarns of side-by-side type with stretch function are analyzed. Also the mechanical properties of five kinds of fabrics are analyzed, which are produced with non-circular shape(+type) warp yarns of a twist of 1000(T/M) and with two kinds of latent weft yarns of a twist of 1000 T/M and DTY respectively.
Dyeability and Functionality of Cotton Fabrics Treated with Persimmon Juice
Huh, Man-Woo ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 241~249
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.241
Cotton fabrics was treated with persimmon juice by padding and their dyeability and functionality were assessed including antibacterial activity and deodorization ratio. The merit of padding-based dyeing was easier color reproduction over traditional hand dyeing where various colors and color fastness to light and laundering are hard to obtain. With larger number of padding, the dyed fabrics showed deeper red-yellow colors, which had low brightness and high chromatic colors. The dyed cotton fabrics had a perspiration fastness of 4~5 rating, a rubbing fastness of 3~4 rating, and a washing fastness of 4 rating, As the number of padding and exposed time to sunlight or UV light increase, the values of K/S and
increased and the colors became much deeper gradually. The color development had completed about 70 hours exposure to UV. Among the light sources, the dyed fabrics exposed to UV light showed deeper yellow-red color than those of exposed to sunlight. The cotton fabrics treated with premordants like Al, Cr, Cu, and Sn revealed strong yellow colors, especially the fabrics treated with Fe mordant showed greenish red-yellow colors. As the padding times of dyeing with persimmon juice increased, stiffness and water repellent property were enhanced in warp and weft directions, respectively. Also, the dyed fabrics have good antibacterial activity and deodorization.
Effect of Solvent in the Dyeing System of Acid Dye/Human Hair
Lee, Jin ; Lim, Sun-Nye ; Jung, Nam-Young ; Lee, Woong-Eui ; Choi, Chang-Nam ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 250~256
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.250
In this work, the effects of surfactant and solvents, such as benzyl alcohol and n-propyl alcohol, on the human hair dyeing with acid dye was investigated including the amount of dyes in hair according to dyeing time, temperature, and pH. And the damage of dyed hair was assessed by water retention, protein release, and SEM images of the dyed hairs. By adding benzyl alcohol in acid dyeing, the dyeing rate was increased and the dyeing equilibrium was established at early stage. The water retention of the dyed hair was increased and the protein release of the dyed hair was decreased. Therefore the hair was damaged less during the dyeing.
Antimicrobial Property for Durability of Cleaner using Inorganic Antimicrobial Agent Containing Zirconium
Koo, Kang ; Ma, Jae-Hyuk ; Hong, Tae-Il ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 257~262
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.257
The dish cloth requires antimicrobial activity for hygienic purpose. Until now, organic antimicrobial agents of low cost have been frequently used for the anitimicrobial finishing. However, a cleaner hving anitimicroial activity should be more durable considering consumers' ever-increasing expectation. In this study, the cleaner containing the bamboo fiber were finished with a formulation of a new zirconium-containing inorganic agent of zirconium phosphate and polyurethane binders. The optimum treatment condition was investigated. And its durability against repeated laundering cycles was assessed. The existence of Zr after the repeated laundering was verified and the antimicrobial effect did not decrease under 30 washing cycles.
Effect of Pre-treatment Agents on the Digital Textile Printing of Silk Fabrics
Lee, San-Ha ; Jeong, Dong-Seok ; Chun, Tae-Il ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 263~273
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.263
Digital textile printing(DTP) technology made considerable advances in recent years. In this study, a pre-treatment agent has been prepared for the better coloration of digital textile printing. The ink formulation contained three kinds of 5g thickener (CMC, Sodium alginate, Dextrin), 25g urea, 5g sodium carbonate, and 465g distilled water. The optimal sharpness of outline was found in the 1-3% concentration of the pre-treating agent with a viscosity of 10-15 cSt. Even if the color difference between untreated and treated samples was not apparent in the printing step, the color appearance increased after steaming. The color appearance of cyan, magenta, yellow, black reactive colorants increased in the order of CMC>Sodium alginate>Dextrin. Wash fastness to shade change and staining for the treated samples were 4-5 rating, while untreated sample was 1-2 rating. Also, the pre-treated sample with 1:1 mixtures had 4-5 rating. Both dry and wet rubbing fastness to shade change and staining were excellent in the treated samples, whereas rubbing fastness of untreated sample was 1-2 rating. With exception of 3 rating to black color, light fastness properties were 4 rating for the remaining three colors in the regardless of treatment condition and mixing of pre-treating agents. Dry cleaning fastness of all samples were also 4-5 rating irrespective of treatment condition and mixing of pre-treating agents.
Study on Treatment Characteristic of Advanced Oxidation Process using Ozone Oxidation and Peroxone AOP Process for Waste Dyeing Water Effluent Treatment
Park, Jun-Hyung ; Shin, Dong-Hoon ; Ryu, Seong-Han ; Jo, Seog-Jin ; Lee, Sang-Hun ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 274~283
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.274
Effect of pH on ozone oxidation and peroxone AOP(Advanced Oxidation Process) process was analyzed and the optimal efficiency for both processes was obtained at pH 7.5. In case of ozone oxidation process, the efficiencies of color,
removal were measured to 93%, 70% and 89% at a reaction time of 50 min(ozone dosage of 111.67mg/
). When reaction time increased to 90 min(ozone dosage of 201mg/
), the efficiencies of color,
removal were increased by 3~5 %, indicating that the increment of removal efficiency was insignificant considering longer reaction time. Similarly, the ozone/
ratio was optimized to 0.5 for peroxone AOP process. Removal efficiencies of color,
were measured 95%, 81% and 94% at a reaction time of 50 min(ozone dosage of 111.67mg/
). When reaction time increased to 90min(ozone dosage of 201mg/
), the removal efficiency of color, CODMn, and BOD5 increased slightly by 1~5%.
Surface Treatment and Dyeability of Poly(phenylene sulfide) Films by UV/O
Jang, Yong-Joon ; Jang, Jin-Ho ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 284~289
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.284
Poly(phenylene sulfide)(PPS) films were photooxidized under UV/ozone irradiation. The effect of UV energy on the surface properties of the UV-irradiation PPS films were investigated by the measurement of reflectance, surface roughness, and contact angle. Reflectance decreased at the wavelength of 400nm and the surface roughness increased with increased UV energy. The improvement in hydrophilicity with increased
was caused by the introduction of hydrophilic
bond. Surface energy increased from 46.6 to
with increased UV energy up to
. Also zeta potential decreased with increased UV energy. The increased dyeability to cationic dyes may be due to the photochemically introduced anionic and dipolar dyeing sites on the PPS films surfaces.he photochemically introduced anionic and dipolar dyeing sites on the PPS films surfaces.
Change of Dyeability and Physical Properties of Modified Wool by Formic Acid, Ultrasonic Wave and Heat Treatment
Choi, Woo-Hyuk ; Kim, Mi-Kyung ; Kim, Jong-Won ; Yoon, Seok-Han ; Um, In-Cheol ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 290~297
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.290
In this study, the possibility of the practical development of highly sensitive clothing textiles using fibrillated wool fibers were considered by determining the dyeability, the physical and mechanical properties of fibrillated wool fibers treated under strong acid and high temperature ultrasonic wave irradation and they were compared with those of untreated wool fibers. The color strengths of the dyed fibrillated wool fabrics increased by the acid metal complex dyes contrary to the untreated wool fabrics, and color fastness properties to rubbing, light, and dry cleaning were excellent, similar to those of the untreated wool fabrics. The tensile strengths of fibrillated wool fabrics were also kept after the dyeing. Moreover, the Numeri, Fukurami, and THV of the fibrillated wool fabrics were better than those of the untreated wool fabrics.
Dyeing and Printing on Aramid Materials
Hong, Jin-Pyo ; Kim, Mi-Kyung ; Yoon, Seok-Han ; Choi, Woo-Hyuk ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 298~303
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.298
Aramid fibers have been widely used as the reinforcement for composites due to their high modulus and strength. Nowadays the safety measures is required to improve the personal protection. The dyeing of aramid fibers is considered to be very difficult and their dyeing mechanism is not well illucidated. Therefore, this study is to establish the dyeing & printing technology for aramid fibers. The effects of swelling agent and neutral salt in the dye bath on the obtained colors were studied. Also dyeing method of aramid fibers depending on dyeing temperature and dye concentration were established. Color fastness of the dyed aramid fabric with cationic dyes were acceptable excluding light fastness.
Manufacture and Characteristics of Sound Absorption Materials by Finishing of Meltblown Nonwovens
Song, In-Hee ; Kim, Jin-Soo ; Hong, Young-Ki ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 23, issue 4, 2011, Pages 304~311
DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2011.23.4.304
For sound absorption and sound insulation in automobile industry, the sound absorption materials based on meltblown nonwovens were prepared by SMS (spunbond-meltblown-spunbond) technique. And the sound absorption coefficient (
) of the meltblown nonwoven, produced with isotatic-polypropylene(PP), was examined for the various processing conditions such as die-to-collector distance(DCD), nonwoven weight(GSM), and air suction conditions. The meltblown nonwoven for sound absorption materials was composed of bulky microfiber web, increasing with increases in weight and DCD. The sound absorption coefficient(
) was excellent as a sound absorption materials of PAD type composed of SMS(spunbond-meltblownspunbond) nonwovens.