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Reactive Remazol Dyes

WE are highly obliged in providing the wide range of Reactive Remazol Dyes which are versatile enough to be used in a variety of dyeing procedures. The results are great, and the colors are pure and luminous, with no differences in dyeing or printing. Our dyes form a molecular bond with the cloth, resulting in colorfast and long-lasting hues. These dyes are available in huge varieties such as Yellow 77, Yellow 154, Orange 16, and many more. They can be used on cellulosic fabrics such as cotton, linen, hemp, rayon, and Tencel, as well as wool. These dyes are very effective and highly appreciated by our people, in the market.

The features and properties of Remazol Dyes, which are generally applicable to reactive dyes as a class, include:

1. Reactivity: These dyes have a high degree of reactivity, allowing them to form covalent bonds with the textile fibers, primarily cotton, viscose, and other cellulosic fibers. The reactive group on the dye molecule interacts with the hydroxyl groups on the fibers, resulting in a permanent bond.

2. Vibrant Colors: Reactive dyes offer a wide range of vibrant and bright colors. They have excellent color yield and exhibit good color strength, providing the desired color intensity to the fabric.

3. Wash and Light Fastness: One of the significant advantages of reactive dyes is their superior wash and light fastness properties. The covalent bond formed between the dye and the fiber ensures that the dye remains firmly attached to the fabric, reducing color fading and bleeding during washing or exposure to sunlight.

4. High Exhaustion and Fixation: Reactive dyes have a high degree of exhaustion, meaning they have a strong affinity for the textile fibers, resulting in minimal dye wastage during the dyeing process. Moreover, they can be efficiently fixed onto the fibers under mild conditions, reducing energy consumption during dye fixation.

5. Good Color Uniformity: Reactive dyes offer excellent color uniformity across the fabric, providing a consistent and even appearance.

6. Environmentally Friendly: Compared to some other classes of dyes, reactive dyes are relatively more environmentally friendly as they form strong covalent bonds with the fiber, leading to lower dye run-off during the dyeing process. However, their environmental impact depends on the specific dye and the dyeing process used.

7. Application Method: Reactive dyes are typically applied to textiles using a dyeing process called "pad-dry-cure," which involves padding the fabric with the dye, drying it to remove excess water, and then curing the dye at elevated temperatures to promote dye-fiber bonding.
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