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Textile Coloration and Finishing
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The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
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Volume 8, Issue 6 - Dec 1996
Volume 8, Issue 5 - Nov 1996
Volume 8, Issue 4 - Nov 1996
Volume 8, Issue 3 - Jul 1996
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Apr 1996
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Feb 1996
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The Antimicrobic Effect of Antimicrobial Finish and Successive Process of Chrome-Tanned Leather for Apparel.
Sim, Mi Sook ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 1~6
To obtain the basic data of the effect of antimicrobic finishing on chrome-tanned leather for apparel, it was studied that the specimens given from each step of manufacturing process, that is, steps before and after neutralization and after fixation were treated with Si-QAC as a antimicrobic finishing agent, and the antimicrobic activity was evaluated. The results were as follows: 1. The bacterial reduction of the specimens finished antimicrobically were 100% and 94.4% before and after neutralization respectively, however, the specimens carried out successive process after antimicrobic finishing exhibited the reduction of 16.5% and 14.8%. It was assumed that the antimicrobic agent was washed off by the successive process. 2. When the antimicrobic finishing was carried out on the specimens after fixation the bacterial reduction was 95.0% and then the specimen carried out successive process was 97.3%. This result indicates that antimicrobic finishing on the leather would be given after fixation rather than before and after neutralization.
Dyeability and mechanical characteristics of Air-Flow Dyeing Machines
Seo, Mal Yong ; Park, In Man ; Park, Sung Min ; Han, Sun Ju ; Lee, Young Il ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 7~16
The air-flow dyeing machine is a new type of dyeing machine. Which is an energy saving type to be able to dye the fabrics with the lowest liquor ratio and in shorter time. This machine is operated with an aerodynamic system rather than a hyd raulic system for traditional jet or overflow dyeing. An air-flow dyeing machine(Green-flow) by the use of aerodynamic technology was developed and compared with the Luft-roto machine made by Thies Company, Germany, in this study. Three samples were dyed with both machines under the same dyeing conditions and color fastness, dyeing levelness, drapability, and mechanical properties of these samples were compared. The results were as follows; Both machines have almost the same dyeability. The dyeability was good at liquor ratio of 1: 3.5 and the speed of 450yds/min. The order for drapability was Crepe de Chine > Cool Peach > Charmeuse. Except for the color fastness of sublimation being below class 4, most color fastness of samples dyed with Green-flow m/c were above class 4. The maximum speed was 510yds/min. for Crepe de Chine and the standard deviation of K/S value was lower for Charmeuse and Cool Peach when employed on the "Green-flow" machine and lower for Crepe de Chine when employed on the Luft-roto machine. Comparing with dyeing of the Green-flow machine and that of the Luft-roto machine, the RT of the Charmeuse was found to be higher with the Green-flow machine and thus the sample had an improved wrinkle recovery. LT and WT of Cool Peach were higher, and shear properties(G, 2HG, 2HGS) of Crepe de Chine were higher, both turning out as suitable for clothing. clothing.
The decolorization treatment of dye solutions by ozone
Lee, Soo-Kyung ; Cho, Hwan ; Jeong, Hee-Cheon ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 17~24
Dye solutions were tested in order to find the optimal condition of ozonation and determine the progress of degradation, i.e., change of the parameters characterizing the dye solutions. From the results of our experiment we can conclude that almost all of the color was removed within a 10 minute time period. An ozone oxidation results in the effective removal of COD(60%). but the elimination of the total organic carbon(TOC) was not successful, only about 15~40% of TOC was removed from dyeing wastewater in 30 minutes. The color removal is much effective in using ozonation method.
A Study on Dyeing Property of Azo Disperse Dyes Containing Ethyleneimine Derivatives(I) -Application to Polyester Fabrics-
Sunwoo, Kong Hyun ; Burkinshaw, S M ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 25~48
A Study on Dyeing Property of Azo Disperse Dyes Containing Ethyleneimine Derivatives Part (II) -Application to Nylon 6.6 Fabrics-
Sunwoo, Kong Hyun ; Burkinshaw, S. M. ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 49~67
Influence of Fine Structure on Dyeability of PET Fibers
Son, Young-A ; Hu, Jae Won ; Kim, Jong Ho ; Lim, Yong Jin ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 68~75
Even if fibers are practically identical with respect to chemical composition and denier, the dyeabilities are freqently a little different in an industrial processing. It is difficult to interpret the numerical values of dye diffusion coefficients from a dye solution into fibers. The main reasons are the multicomponent nature of the diffusion process and the inhomogeneities of the substrate, so-called, various kinds of ordered and disordered regions of polymers, void and pores. The equilibrium dye adsorptions and dyeing rates of a disperse dye into the several PET fibers having the same denier were determined at various temperatures. The dyeability of examined samples was divided into two groups, that is, lower dye adsorption fiber and higher ones at the lower temperatures. This result was discussed with the degree of crystallinity, DSC diagram, X-ray diffractometry and Porosimetry of the PET fiber, and an appropriate model for fine structure of PET fiber was proposed.
Development of New Fibers Related Sensitivity and comfortability -Preparation of Melamine Microcapsules Containing Fragrant oil and the Their Application-
Hong, Ki Jeong ; Park, Soo Min ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 76~83
Fragrant microcapsules were prepared by in situ polymerization using urea-formaldehyde prepolymer. Lemon oil and migrin oil as susceptible materials were used. The diameter and distribution of the microcapsule were controlled by several factors, such as wall material, core material content, emulsion agent and stirring speed, respectively. Susceptible cotton fabrics with fragrant release functionality were successfully produced by using microcapsule containing fragrant materials.
Treatment of Ethylene Glycol in Polyester Weight Loss Wastewater(I) - Reaction Characteristics -
Kim, Jeong-Mog ; Huh, Man-Woo ; Han, Myung-Ho ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 84~89
This study carried out batch and continuous experiments using calcium hydroxide as neutralization agent and immobilization media for removing the ethylene glycol in the pretreated polyester weight loss wastewater. The
concentration in the treated wastewater using culture of iramobilization and suspension for the synthetic wastewater were found as 650mg/l and 1,250mg/l after 48hours, respectively. SVI(Sludge Volume Index) and
concentration were 74 and 73mg/l at optimum F/M ratio, 1.32kg-TCO
/day. kg-MLVSS. The
concentration and removal efficiency were 213mg/l and 93.5% by continuous experiments in the air-lift bioreactor, respectively. The
concentration was 82mg/l, and also the MLVSS concentration was 2,550mg/l, when the volumetric loading rate was 3.04kg-
day for real polyester weight loss wastewater.
The Research State for Offset Effect of Flame Retardant
A Flame Retardant Technical Study Meeting of Yeungnam University ;
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 8, issue 5, 1996, Pages 90~93