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    Industrial Dyes - (194 companies)
    When a dye is mixed with a vehicle, it produces a solution, whereas a pigment combined with a vehicle results in a suspension. A dye ink (left) and pigment ink. Note the suspended solids within the pigment ink. Image credit: rihac. Dyes may be said... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Colorants - (561 companies)
    ...products. Greases and lubricants. Inks. Paper. Photographic materials. Textiles/leather/fur/fibers. Colorant pH. Colorants, dyes, and pigments are typically formulated with a specific potential hydrogen (pH) value. pH is important to coloring and dyeing... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Industrial Inks - (361 companies)
    ...including  ink solvents, solid inks and ink additives. Ink solvents are dye based and contain a mixture of solvents. They are used in quick drying applications. Solid ink is present in the solid state at a normal ambient temperature and is in the liquid... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Pigments - (342 companies)
    ...would wick off dye ink. Dyes do have the advantage of lower cost and improved color vibrancy when compared with pigments. The image below shows the difference in light reflection from two different printed surfaces. Note that the pigment ink results... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Textile Machines - (253 companies)
    ...and other woven and non-woven materials. It is used in processes such as spinning, weaving, warping, and dyeing. Textile equipment can be used to manufacture, dye and finish materials such as fiber, yarn, and thread. It is also used for the extrusion... Learn More
  • Dye Lasers - (15 companies)
    ...have become an important part of laser surgery. Dye lasers have a basic construction. Since organic dyes tend to degrade under the influence of light, the dye solution is normally circulated from a large reservoir. The dye solution can be flowing... Learn More
  • Natural Fibers and Fabrics - (212 companies)
    Natural fibers and fabrics consist of bulk fibers, yarns, or woven cloth manufactured from plant materials such as cotton, wool, linen (flax), sisal, jute, hemp, or silk. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Fibers and Filaments - (200 companies)
    Fibers and filaments consist of bulk, chopped fibers or strands and continuous monofilaments of materials and are used in reinforcing composites as well as other specialized electrical and thermal applications. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Boxes and Crates - (242 companies)
    ...of cardboard and paperboard. Other materials of construction for boxes and crates include cloth, fabric, fiberglass, foam, leather, wood, metalized film, and polytetrafluoroethyelene (PTFE). Boxes and Crates Features. Features for boxes and crates vary... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lasers - (731 companies)
    ...are suitable as laser media, including: Liquids (dyes). A liquid solution's chemical configuration determines the laser's wavelength. Gases: carbon dioxide, argon, krypton, helium-neon, etc. Gases are typically pumped by electrical discharge. Solids... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...range of colors and cost less than U.S. $5.00 for a four ounce bottle. Sold as a stain for leather or wood, the dyes are readily available from most leather working and woodworking supply stores....

...and reducing compounds; because of this, formic acid has been gaining favor in industry. For instance, formic acid is used in the production of pharmaceuticals, dyes, flavors and perfume ingredients, textiles, leather and rubber. A large portion of formic acid production is earmarked for silage in Europe....

). Relative humidity and tem-. - Canvas (45...60%rh). perature: - Leather (45...60%rh). Relative humidity and tem-. perature are interrelated. - Paint (45...65%rh). Warmer air can hold more. - …. water vapor as the increase in. temperature causes the air. We would recommend that the. molecules to move...

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  • Contact Dermatitis
    A specific shoe series has recently been suggested in the UK [87] and includes urea formaldehyde (heat setting resin), gum rosin (colophonium derivative... ...colophonium in the baseline series)‚ acid yellow 36 and several disperse dyes , glutaraldehyde ( leather tan- ning), octyl- and...
  • Industrial Chemical Thesaurus
    ...conditions Storage: Keep container tightly closed under inert atmosphere; store refrigerated; protect from light Uses: Precursor in synthesis of dyes and pigments used to... ...printing inks, paints, lacquers, leather , paper prods.; mfg. of... ...HAP; use prohibited in UK Manuf./Distrib.: AccuStandard http...
  • Handbook of Corrosion Inhibitors
    ...Storage: Store @ R.T. Uses: Automobile radiator cleanser; metal and equipment cleaning; rust/ink stain removers; purifying agent; intermediate; leather tanning; laboratory reagent; stripping... ...textile bleaching; printing and dyeing auxiliary; novolac resin prod... ...http://www.kmzchemicals.ltd. uk /; Lohmann http://www...
  • Handbook of Lubricants
    ...iron oxide and copper deposits; efflorescent powds.; mineral flotation agent; electroplating/anodizing reagent; regulates set time in concrete, mortar, plaster; curing accelerator; intermediate for paints; buffer in textile dyeing , leather tanning; chelating agent in... ...Japan approved; Europe listed; UK approved; FDA approved injectables...
  • Handbook of SOLVENTS
    ...dry, well-ventilated area, out of direct sunlight Uses: Solvent for liqs., gases, in vinyl resins, acetylene, butadiene, acid gases, paints, PU coatings (for textile backing materials, imitation leather ), paint strippers, cleaners, zinc... ...polyacrylic fibers, butadiene, pharmaceuticals, dyes , petroleum prods.; carrier for... UK ; Harcros; Houghton Chem.; Integra; J.T. Baker; CHEMICAL COMPONENT CROSS-REFERENCE • 317 .
  • Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals
    Chem. Descrip.: Fatty amine ethoxylate CAS 61791-26-2 Uses: Emulsifier, retarding agent, leveling agent, dispersant, antistat for agric. emulsifiable concs., textile and leather processing, plastics Properties: Liq., paste, solid; 100% conc.; nonionic Empilan® KA3 [Rhodia UK /Phosphorus Perf. Derivs.] ...C10-12 alcohol ethoxylate Uses: Scouring agent and wetting agent for textiles; emulsifier; dye leveling agent and...
  • Eco-friendly titanium tanning for the manufacture of bovine upper leathers: pilot-scale studies
    J Am Leather Chem Assoc 102: 297–305 Pourbaix M (1966) Atlas of electrochemical equilibria in aqueous solutions (translated from the French by James A. Franklin) Pergamon Press, UK 8.1:213–222 Raghava Rao Kanthimathi... ...polymeric synthetic tanning agent for cleaner leather processing. ...Thanikaivelan P, Nair BU (2002) An eco-friendly option for less-chrome and dye -free leather pro...
  • Crisis Management in the Food and Drinks Industry
    Sudan 1 is used to colour leather , waxes, oils, petrol and floor polishes. The dye was banned in the United States in 1918. In the UK , its presence has never been legal in any food and this position was reinforced...
  • Decolorization and detoxication of reactive industrial dyes by immobilized fungi Trametes pubescens and Pleurotus ostreatus
    ...in an immeTsion biOI'l'aclor and its application in the decnlorization ofdyes from a leather factolY_ Eng.Life... EASTON l.R__ The dye maker's view, in color in dyehousl." effluent, pp. 9-21 in... Alden Press, Oxford ( UK ) 1995.
  • Ecological Economics
    Nomenclature of Economic Sectors, Input–Output Formulation, Office for National Statistics, UK , 2002 ...fibres 22 Textile weaving 23 Textile finishing 24 Made-up textiles 25 Carpets & rugs 26 Other textiles 27 Knitted goods 28 Wearing apparel & fur products 29 Leather goods 30 Footwear 31... ...36 Industrial gases & dyes 37 Inorganic chemicals 38...
  • Biodegradation of azo dyes in industrial effluent: an eco-friendly way toward green technology
    These dyes J. Kanagaraj (&) �? T. Senthilvelan �? R. C. Panda Leather Processing Division, CSIR- Central Leather Research Institute, Adyar, Chennai 600020, India e-mail: jkraj68@yahoo.co. uk .
  • Inventory of the chemicals and the exposure of the workers’ skin to these at two leather factories in Indonesia
    Ancona A, Serviere L, Trejo A, Monroy F (1982) Dermatitis from an azo- dye in industrial leather protective shoes. ...chromium and cobalt: experience of dermatologists (EPIDERM) and occupational physicians (OPRA) in the UK over an 11...
  • International intra-industry trade of China
    512 Organic chemicals 513 Carbonylicacids etc. 514 Nitrogen-functioncompounds 515 Organic-inorganiccompounds etc. 533 Dyes , tanning 541 Medical pharmacological product 612 Leather manufactures 625 Wood 635 Cork manufactures 651 Textile yarn 652 Cotton fabrics, woven 655 Knitted, etc. fabrics 671 Iron, steel... liT with the UK .
  • Differences in strength between the grain and corium layers of leather
    Partially processed leather (termed wet blue) was ob- tained from a UK tannery. ...was produced from cattle hides and had not been subjected to the normal dyeing and oil application...