Products/Services for Fiber Reactive Dye
Industrial Dyes - (191 companies)
Colorants - (558 companies)
Formulation, Blending, and Compounding Services - (704 companies)
Refractory and Reactive Metals - (194 companies)
Fibers and Filaments - (199 companies)
Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics - (494 companies)
Industrial Coatings - (1872 companies)
Aramid Fibers and Fabrics - (98 companies)
Fiber Optic Cables - (926 companies)
Product News for Fiber Reactive Dye
DuPont™ Krytox® Performance Lubricants
Lubricants for Reactive Gas Applications In reactive gas applications, Krytox ® Lubricants offers safety and efficacy. Smooth operating and long lasting in a wide range of environments. Oxygen compatible and good coefficient of friction. Best available lubrication technology available in the medical industry. H-1 food grade oils and greases available. Krytox ® Lubricants works in a variety of applications. Effective in high-speed pneumatic equipment, oxygen systems and respirators. Approved as polymer additives/USP Class VI... (read more)Browse Industrial Lubricants Datasheets for DuPont™ Krytox® Performance Lubricants
Thermochromic Ink Creates Temperature Reactive Ad. Glenview IL – February 1, 2013 - An interactive advertisement: LCR Hallcrest's thermochromic inks were successfully and creatively used as part of an Age UK advertisement for the charity's ongoing 'Spread the Warmth' winter campaign this year. The interactive advertisement appeared on the front cover of The Telegraph's Saturday Magazine asking its readers to: 'Touch the six blacked out areas to raise the temperature of our cover'. Featuring the actress Lynda... (read more)Browse Temperature Indicating Coatings and Materials Datasheets for LCR Hallcrest
Polymicro Optical Fibers Polymicro optical fibers are available in a variety of standard and specialty options; tight-tolerance, standard multimode step-index fibers are one example. Custom fibers, sizes, jackets and coatings are available, including dual-cladding with numerical apertures ranging from 0.11 to 0.66. Polymicro broad-spectrum fibers are designed for use in ultraviolet, visible, near- and mid-infrared ranges. Unique fiber shapes and sizes are easily accommodated at our in-house glass facility. Molex... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Cables Datasheets for Molex
EMX Industries, Inc.
UV Luminescent Fibers Detection Confirm manufacturing processes more reliably than vision systems that cost ten times more. The UVX 300 luminescence sensor with patented technology is the clear choice because: Unique numerical display lets you see the intensity of each reading. Now it's easy to refine processes and hysteresis. 3 to 6 times the range of any competing sensor. Won't get bumped or dirtied by target. Only UV sensor with both auto-teach and manual calibration. Easy for low-skill operators, but able to be finely... (read more)
Analyze micro fibers with Phenom Fibermetric The automated feature and fiber size detection has made Fibermetric even more user friendly and further improved the time to result. With the Fibermetric it has become possible to measure and analyze samples with large fiber diameter differences. Fibermetric automatically analyses hundreds of data points that provide solid statistical analysis. This data is displayed in various formats like an interactive fiber and pore size distribution histogram. All data are exportable to common formats... (read more)Browse Electron Microscopes Datasheets for Phenom-World BV
Custom Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles Fenner Precision is a global leader in the design and development of engineered fabrics for use in various industries and applications throughout the world. Low Friction Fabrics. Fenner Precision's low friction Fenlon ™ PTFE bearing liner fabric is used in self-lubricated bearings. Bearing manufacturers incorporate Fenner Precision's low friction fabrics as dry lubricants in their bearings. Fenner Precision Fenlon ™ PTFE bearing liner fabrics are coated with reinforcing thermoset... (read more)
Conwed Global Netting Solutions
Discover our Unmatched Prostran® Synthetic Fibers PROSTRAN® SYNTHETIC FIBERS. Conwed manufactures Prostran® polyolefin fibers. They were originally designed and manufactured to provide excellent loft and matrix fill in Turf Reinforcement Mats (TRMs) for permanent erosion control applications. BENEFITS FOR EROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS. Excellent UV resistance to withstand ultraviolet radiation exposure. High level of quality with consistent length and diameter. Provides a more uniform and consistent distribution at high production rates. Superior... (read more)
Technical Glass Products, Inc. - OH
Flexible Fibers Have Excellent Torsion Resistance FUSED QUARTZ WOOL & FELT. Fused Quartz Wool. Fused Quartz Wool has the same properties as pure quartz glass. The fibers are non-flammable and incombustible. The fibers maintain their usable mechanical properties up to 1050 °C. Fused Quartz Wool is available in the following forms: Coarse. Fine. Wool Felts. Coarse 9 µm Nominal Wool. Bulk Wool consists of woven basic fibers between 5 µm and 15 µm. The arrangement of the fibers gives the wool its curly appearance, which... (read more)Browse Mineral Wool and Glass Wool Datasheets for Technical Glass Products, Inc. - OH
Ultem* PEI Fiber meta-aramids, are stiff and uncomfortable. They also are difficult to dye, thus limiting the ability to produce custom-colored items that support a company's brand. In contrast, Ultem fiber is soft and flexible for improved wearability, and can be dyed in many different colors using existing infrastructure, helping to drive down system costs. It resists degradation from UV light, making the material a potential candidate for outdoor wear. Ultem fiber is inherently and permanently flame retardant... (read more)Browse Specialty Polymers and Resins Datasheets for SABIC
Fiberoptics Technology, Inc.
Fiber Drawing FIBER DRAWING. FTI is a vertically integrated company drawing glass (borosilicate) fiber in North America. Like everyone else with this capability, we can maximize production efficiency, converting production output into product as the fiber comes off the collection drum. However, our capacity sets us apart from other domestic suppliers. FTI is the largest borosilicate fiber producing company in North America. Our volume provides customers with distinct process and cost advantages. For example... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Cables Datasheets for Fiberoptics Technology, Inc.
...classes," he says. "Since reactive dyes chemically bind to fabrics, their colors stay true with enzyme detergents. Some direct dyes, which are just positioned within the fiber structure, may fade after several washes. It also appears that some dyes both direct and reactive actually limit enzyme damage...
...compound, PEBA resin may be selected. Many times, the various grades within a resin family can be melt compounded to provide intermediate properties more specific to the application. Reactive compounding, grafting, and compatibilizing of blends can also be achieved. Though very exciting, the creation...
...filters are made of cellulose esters, formed by substituting hydroxyl groups with the appropriate reactive groups. For example, in the two most ubiquitous forms, cellulose nitrate and cellulose acetate, the hydroxyl group is interchanged with the nitro group and acid anhydride or acid chloride...
...their versatility. Surface-modification capabilities for reactive groups and charges on membranes allow ionic, hydrophobic, or covalent binding with target molecules. Membranes that are chemically resistant to strong organic solvents enable high-throughput organic synthesis of chemicals...
...and the radio-frequency plasma discharge is initiated, which lasts for 15 minutes. In the plasma state, the hydrogen peroxide vapor breaks apart into reactive species that include free radicals. The combined use of hydrogen peroxide vapor and plasma safely and rapidly sterilizes most medical instruments...
...patient discomfort and the risk of vascular trauma. The polymers can be colored using reactive dyes that chemically combine into the urethane chain, creating an unleachable covalent bond for color permanence and noncytotoxicity. Opaque colors are formed with high-density pigment powders...
Engineering Web Search: Fiber Reactive Dye
ASTM E2227 - 02(2008) Standard Guide for Forensic Examination...
ASTM E2227 - 02(2008) Standard Guide for Forensic Examination of Non-Reactive Dyes in Textile Fibers by Thin-Layer Chromatography
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Dye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The dye is generally applied in an aqueous solution, and requires a mordant to improve the fastness of the dye on the fiber.
CLASS 8 BLEACHING AND DYEING; FLUID TREATMENT AND CHEMICAL...
TESTING, OR INSPECTING 439 .Logwood DYE PROCESS 440 DYE RECOVERY PROCESS, OTHER THAN 401 USING ENZYMES, DYE PROCESS, NOMINAL RECOVERY COMPOSITION, OR
Class 008: BLEACHING AND DYEING; FLUID TREATMENT AND CHEMICAL...
. . Reactive dye 450 . . Oxidation dye, e.g., aniline, nitroaniline, etc. . . Dye reactive with hair 429 . . Developed on the hair
ARS | Publication request: Fiber Chemistry Effects on Dye...
Title: Fiber Chemistry Effects on Dye Uptake
OSHA Technical Manual (OTM) - Section III: Chapter VI: Laser...
The laser medium can be a solid (state), gas, dye (in liquid), or semiconductor.
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Characterization and application of a thin-film composite...
and application of a thin-film composite nanofiltration hollow fiber membrane for dye desalination and concentration Authors: Xiuzhen Wei, Xin Kong,
Immobilization of commercial laccase onto green coconut fiber...
Immobilization of commercial laccase onto green coconut fiber by adsorption and its application for reactive textile dyes degradation
Using Biology as a Guide for Sensor Design: Cross-Reactive Optical Sensor Arrays Sensing regions have been immobilized on the fiber's distal tip.