We offer an extensive range of high quality Dyestuff for textile applications that made in Turkey.

We mainly produce and export;
•    Disperse Dyes
•    Reactive Dyes
•    Direct Dyes
•    Special Group Dyes
•    Special Black Dyes

Our extensive range of dyestuffs also find themselves into many textile applications with all colours availablity.

Reactive dyes are a class of highly coloured organic substances, primarily used for tinting textiles, that attach themselves to their substrates by a chemical reaction that forms a covalent bond between the molecule of dye and that of the fibre. The dyestuff thus becomes a part of the fibre and is much less likely to be removed by washing than are dyestuffs that adhere by adsorption.

Fibre Reactive Dyes can be easily said to be the most permanent of all dye types. This is because of an unique quality, unlike other dyes, it can actually form a covalent bond with the Substrate (cellulose or protein molecule). After the formation of the bond, there is only one molecule, as the molecule of the is now part of the cellulose fiber molecule. The fibres that are dyed with reactive dyes can be safely dyed even with white garments without the danger of colouring it. The chemical bonds as explained above significantly improves the product's colour stability and washability. Thus, no doubt reactive dying of cotton is presently the most popular textile dying process in the world.

Disperse dyes are the only water insoluble dyes that originally developed for the dyeing of cellulose acetate. Disperse dyes  can also be used for dyeing nylon, cellulose triacetate, polyester and acrylic fibers. In some cases, a dyeing temperature of 130 °C is required, and a pressurized dye bath is used for this purpose. The very fine particle size gives a large surface area that aids dissolution to allow uptake by the fiber. The dyeing rate can be significantly influenced by the choice of dispersing agent used during the grinding.

Polyester generally requires the use of disperse dyes. Other methods of dyes leave the color of polyester almost entirely unchanged. While novices happily charge into dyeing with acid dyes (for wool or nylon) and fiber reactive dyes (for cotton and rayon), often with the most effective results. Disperse dyes work excellent on synthetics, of course - that's what it's for. Only wool, rayon, silk, and cotton refuse to take it. Nylon extensively prefers disperse dye. All others fibers which are synthetic that dyed with disperse dye, so there is some darkness behind the mostly undyed natural fibers.

Direct dyes are another class of dyes, one of the two types of dyes that are mixed in 'all purpose' dyes. The colours of direct dyes are duller than those provided by fiber reactive dyes, and the washfastness is poor - expect anything dyed with them to 'bleed' forever. The one advantage is that direct dyes may be more lightfast, that is, resistant to fading in the light, than fiber reactive dyes. Direct dyes are used on cellulose fibers such as cotton, rayon, and linen.

If there are any dyestuffs that you require, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your specific and individual requirements. We offer a specialist formulation and blending service in dyestuffs  to customers needs and specifications. Our vast knowledge of colour and colouration in many fields allows us to tailor our products to your needs.


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