Textile Finishing

Summary

  • 46 Companies
  • 14 Patents
  • 3 Use Cases
  • 0 Case Studies
  • 88 Science Papers
  • $16 291 503 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
1
Machinery
Trissino, Vicenza
SANTEX RIMAR GROUP is one of the leading players in the world market of machine manufacturers for weaving, textile finishing, technical textile, and green technologies for water treatment and drying processes. The Group is based in Italy, Switzerland, China, and India. The strong know-how, due to more than 100 years of experience, enables SANTEX RIMAR GOUP to understand and fulfil the needs of global customers to whom the Group offers not only high quality machines but also a good and punctual after-sales service.
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Privately Held
84
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Machinery
Uzwil, St. Gallen
The Swiss company Benninger has been the textile industry's leading partner across the globe in the design, engineering, manufacturing and service of state-of-the-art, advanced textile finishing and tire cord solutions for the global textile, chemical fiber, tire and conveyor belt manufacturing markets for more than 150 years. Benninger develops and manufactures textile finishing and cord pro-duction ranges as well as providing complete system solutions. The vast knowledge of Benninger in the field of controls and automation is based on many years of experience with machines and ranges, also in other industries, such as the pharmaceutical industry. Benninger machines and plants are an important link in the textile value chain. What the consumer buys as underwear, sports and outerwear, table and bed linen or car tires, has owed part of its creation to Benninger. This is also the basis for our motto "You can feel it's Benninger!"​
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Public Company
82
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Chemicals
Geretsried
For more than 80 years RUDOLF has been a family-owned business. Based on this tradition, a worldwide operating group of companies with more than 20 subsidiaries and ca. 30 representations with headquarters in Geretsried (near Munich) arose. As a supplier we are a solidly integrated part of the worldwide textile finishing industry. We focus on the customer-oriented development of new textile auxiliaries and speciality chemicals. Approximately 500 raw materials are processed to more than 500 different sales products. Our customer focus is our strength. We develop optimum solutions for each individual requirement and would like to do more for our customers: Extensive and competent service to make the integration of our solutions into your processes as easy as possible - even at your site.
1922
Privately Held
297
4
Textiles
İstanbul
Kasar & Dual Textile A.Ş. is one of the rare textile companies in Turkey which has 100 % domestic investment capital. Kasar & Dual A.Ş. was established in İstanbul as Kasar Dyehouse, in order to bleach knitted cotton fabrics in 1965. Since 1965 with a great amount of experience, it has operations in integrated institution which has 170.000m2 and is located in Topkapi (head-office) and in the region of Ergene/Tekirdag. Our Kasar & Dual A.Ş. facility in Çorlu has with its over 1200 employees an annual capacity of 600 ton knitted fabric, 700,000 m textile finishing, 1000 ton bleached and 500 tons dyed fabric, 800,000 m printed products and 500 ton yarn production. Kasar & Dual A.Ş. has become with its 36.331.889,82 $ export volume and 165.745.550,46 $ domestic sales volume in the year 2013, number 560, in the list of producer-exporter companies, within all sectors in Turkey and number 27 in its own sector. At the İTKİB (Istanbul Textile and Confection Exporter Association) Exporter Stars 2014 survey, our company has won first prize in the Knitted Fabrics export. Kasar & Dual textile presents the best quality and service for customers by using innovative technique with its current and expanding experiences day by day. Not only it follows up ever changing technology and trends, but also we have been producing by respecting nature and human for 50 years. In order to see our production range please visit our offical webside http://kasar-dual.com/en/home-eng/
1965
Privately Held
121
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Cosmetics
Leeds, Leeds
Using 'Creative Chemistry'​, we create sustainable growth by making it simple for our customers to innovate. We're a leading innovator and manufacturer of speciality ingredients, bases and process materials, with expertise across multiple sectors - as diverse as personal care and cosmetics, to carbonated beverages, and textile finishing. A large percentage of the company's turnover is reinvested in chemical research, logistics, business communications and environmental initiatives. Stephenson Personal Care is a division of Stephenson Group, which develops and manufactures a wide range of speciality soap bases, alongside a new range of cosmetic ingredients, for the personal care industry. Our clients include The Body Shop, and we’ve also got Hollywood creds - testing out the real life viability of Brad Pitt's character's liposuction soap in the Fight Club movie, and providing the soap-snow in Die Hard 2 - just for fun! Our products were even used by US President Barack Obama as part of a presidential campaign stunt – and we once built an entire bathroom out of soap for a conceptual art student at Central St Martin’s school of design.
1856
Privately Held
71
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Tekirdağ, Marmara
Dilmenler Textile Machinery Co. established in 1982 and specialized in the manufacturing of textile machinery for fabric & dyeing and drying of all kinds of textile finishing machines for last 38 years. Dilmenler, today exports over 70% of their production, all around the world, such as Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Iran, Indonesia, Thailand, Korea, China, Belarus, England, India, Portugal, Israel, Egypt, Syria, USA, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Mexico, Canada, South Africa, Pakistan, Greece, Colombia, Poland, Russia, Brasil, Guatemala through their local representative, as well as supplying machines it is own local market Turkey. Dilmenler have their activities in their factory in Corlu. Today they reached 120.000 m² total / 80.000 m² closed production area. As Dilmenler are aware of the importance of development, they still continue to improve their production area and R & D. Therefore, they are continuing to add another 20,000 m² to their production area by the end of 2020.
1982
Privately Held
68
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Textiles
Herisau, AR
Portrait Based in Herisau, Appenzell, Switzerland, AG CILANDER is an innovative textile company boasting a rich tradition and a reputation for high-quality finishing services that extends well beyond the borders of Switzerland. A leading supplier on the international scene, the company owes its success to the development of customer-focused solutions in the core areas of selected finishing services. It covers all stages of textile finishing, from pretreatment through dyeing and high-grade finishing to final inspection in its own test laboratory. Among its strengths are a broadly-based know-how, high flexibility, a pronounced sensitivity to the needs of the market and efficient organisational and flow structures in all processes.
1814
Public Company
63
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Logistics and Supply Chain
Plattling
FineCom is a modern Family Business that has developed since 1954 from a Laundry into a Specialist for Textile Logistics in eCommerce. Today we are one of the leading Service Providers in Textile Logistics & eCommerce Fulfillment. Our tailor-made & seamless Service along the Textile Supply Chain includes ● Logistics ● eCommerce Fulfillment ● Textile Finishing ● Value Added Services ● Return Management ● Refurbishing in our Clothing Clinic ... and much more! Your Fashion in experienced hands: Our highly qualified Team at three modern Locations won´t miss a thing: whether tight Quality Control and Quality Assurance or comprehensive Sewing and Finishing Services. Your Fashion arrives immaculately and quickly at the Customer.
1991
Self-Employed
21
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Textiles
Yorkville, IL
Aurora Specialty Textiles Group, Inc. Since 1883, Aurora Specialty Textiles Group, Inc., has evolved from its roots as a cotton-spinning mill in Aurora, Illinois, into one of the leading textile finishing operations in North America. Aurora has used ingenuity and innovation to transform itself many times to meet customer and market needs to remain competitive. But one thing that has never changed is our dedication to the long-term success of our customers. Aurora is a global leader in bleaching, coating, dyeing and finishing of woven, non-woven and knit fabrics. The company has a tradition of innovation and in 2015 invested in a new state-of-the-art, wide-width coating and finishing line and a new facility in Yorkville, IL that dramatically expanded Aurora’s ability to serve customers. We offer extensive Product Development partnerships with our customers to develop new products to help our customers grow their business. Products include digitally-printable textiles, specialty home products, tape-backing products, military textiles, and technical textiles for a wide variety of industries. And we’ve emerged as a leader in one of the textile industry’s fastest growing market segments – digital printing. We provide printable textiles specially engineered to work optimally on today’s newest digital print platforms. This is in addition to Aurora's long-standing reputation as a leading manufacturer of textiles for industrial belting, and textile substrates for a variety of pressure sensitive tapes. Aurora is also an industry leader with regard to sustainable manufacturing practices and operational excellence. Aurora was a recipient of SGIA’s Sustainable Business Recognition Award in 2019 and the Valley Industrial Association Spark Award for Operational Excellence in 2020. Our commitment to sustainability is based on a comprehensive, long term plan. Our customers can rely on us as a supply chain partner with a solid, ongoing, verifiable sustainability story.
1883
Privately Held
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Textiles
Gerenzano, Varese
MACHINERY for TEXTILE FINISHING, TEXTILE DIGITAL PRINTING, STEAMERS, TEXTILE DRYERS AND WASHING MACHINES, THIS IS ARIOLI SPA. Arioli is the only worldwide partner able to provide the complete line of textile finishing machinery for Printing, Steaming and Washing. All the experience and technological expertise of nearly 70 years of activity have made Arioli synonymous with quality and excellence, and a great reference in the world of textile finishing industry. Based very near the Como district, one of the best-known and prestigious textile areas in the world, Arioli has maintained its pioneering spirit over the years. High technical expertise and proven technological competence enable our company to identify the customers’ needs about every production process and treatment. Arioli means over 6,000 machines installed in the world, service and spare parts guaranteed everywhere, skilful specialists to ensure quality, constant improvement and customer satisfaction.
1953
Privately Held
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Patents

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7 144 431
Textile finishing composition and methods for using same
Novel textile finishing compositions for finishing textile articles are provided via the present invention. The textile finishing compositions disclosed herein comprise a cross-linking agents and a catalytic amount of an esterification agent. The cross-linking agents employed herein are selected from a number of phosphorous containing polycarboxylates. Also provided via the present invention are methods for applying the aforementioned finishing compositions to textile articles.
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The Procter & Gamble Company
Mark Robert Sivik, Robb Richard Gardner, William Michael Scheper, Victor Manuel Arredondo
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7 008 457
Textile finishing composition and methods for using same
Novel textile finishing compositions for finishing textile articles are provided via the present invention. The textile finishing compositions disclosed herein comprise a cross-linking agent and a catalytic amount of an esterification agent. The cross-linking agents employed herein are selected from a number of phosphorous containing materials derived from maleic acid. Also provided via the present invention are methods for applying the aforementioned finishing compositions to textile articles.
B2
Robb Richard Gardner, Mark Robert Sivik, William Michael Scheper, Yiping Sun, Thomas Woods Keough
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6 989 035
Textile finishing composition and methods for using same
Novel textile finishing compositions for finishing textile articles are provided via the present invention. The textile finishing compositions disclosed herein comprise a cross-linking agent and a catalytic amount of an esterification agent. The cross-linking agents employed herein are selected from polycarboxylates such as homopolymers of ethylenically-α,β-unsaturated dicarboxylates, copolymers of all ethylenically-α,β-unsaturated dicarboxylates, and copolymers of ethylenically-α,β-unsaturated dicarboxylates polymerized with vinyl-containing monomers. Also provided via the present invention are methods for applying the aforementioned finishing compositions to textile articles.
B2
The Procter & Gamble Company
Victor Manuel Arredondo, William Michael Scheper, Mark Robert Sivik, Robb Richard Gardner
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5 913 904
Jig-type textile finishing apparatus
In the jig type textile finishing method and apparatus of the invention, the textile material (19) passes through a heated treatment bath (20) and is rolled alternately in one direction and in the opposite direction with high frequency or microwave electromagnetic waves (24) being applied to said textile material (19) while it is being rolled in and/or out. The power of the waves is determined, as a function of the optimum temperature for the reaction that is to be implemented, in such a manner as to maintain the temperature of the assembly (5, 6) constituted by the rolled-in textile material and the bath in which it is impregnated substantially equal to or greater than said optimum temperature.
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Centre Technique Industriel dit: Institut Textile de France, Electricite de France
Michel Colrat, Françoise Lana, Patrick Gayrine, Bertrand Meyer, Isabelle Devos, Joric Marduel
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5 758 376
Jig-type textile finishing method
In the jig type textile finishing method and apparatus of the invention, the textile material (19) passes through a heated treatment bath (20) and is rolled alternately in one direction and in the opposite direction with high frequency or microwave electromagnetic waves (24) being applied to said textile material (19) while it is being rolled in and/or out. The power of the waves is determined, as a function of the optimum temperature for the reaction that is to be implemented, in such a manner as to maintain the temperature of the assembly (5, 6) constituted by the rolled-in textile material and the bath in which it is impregnated substantially equal to or greater than said optimum temperature.
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Electricite de France, Centre Technique Industriel dit: Institut Textile de France
Isabelle DeVos, Michel Colrat, Patrick Gayrine, Françoise Lana, Bertrand Meyer, Joric Marduel
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5 019 515
Method of controlling and optimizing industrial processes for the manufacture of textile finishing and improving agents via flow injection analysis
A method of on-line controlling and optimizing industrial chemical processes for the manufacture of textile finishing and improving agents to achieve an optimum end point, wherein the improvement comprises the steps of periodic automatic sample taking, over at least the critical state of the process, injecting the samples into a carrier stream, optionally physically and/or chemically manipulating the samples while in the carrier stream, and then transporting the carrier stream to a detector wherein one or more values are measured, said values being used to adjust the process to an optimum end point. The method not only makes possible to determine and monitor the instantaneous state of the process but also, because of the amount of relevant data per unit of time resulting from the method, to drive the process to a desired quality by using the data obtained from the detector for further process control. Each new analysis affords a prognosis on the further reaction course and on the end point of reaction.
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Ciba-Geigy Corporation
Markus Gisin, Christian Thommen
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4 906 413
Diquaternary ammonium salts and the use thereof as textile finishing agents
Diquaternary ammonium salts of the formula ##STR1## wherein A.sub.1 and A.sub.2 are each independently of the other C.sub.2 -C.sub.5 alkylene, PA1 Q.sub.1 and Q.sub.2 are each independently of the other --NH-- or --O--, PA1 R.sub.1, R.sub.2, R.sub.3 and R.sub.4 are each independently alkyl, hydroxyalkyl or alkoxyalkyl, each containing 1 to 4 carbon atoms in the alkyl moiety, PA1 Y.sub.1.sup.1.crclbar. is the anion of a strong acid, PA1 Z.sub.1 is C.sub.3 -C.sub.24 alkylene which is substituted by hydroxy and may be interrupted by oxygen atoms and PA1 n is 1 or 2. are suitable for use as textile finishing agents.
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Ciba-Geigy Corporation
Heinz Abel, Rosemarie Topfl, Jorg Binz
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4 728 337
Assistant combination and use thereof as wool textile finishing agent
An assistant combination for use as textile finishing agent, especially in a process for aftertreating wool dyeings, which comprises PA0 (1) a diquaternary ammonium salt of formula ##STR1## wherein Q is a divalent aliphatic hydrocarbon radical of 2 to 12 carbon atoms which may be interrupted in the chain by oxygen atoms and is unsubstituted or substituted by hydroxy. PA0 R.sub.1 and R.sub.2 are each independently of the other an aliphatic radical of 6 to 24 carbon atoms, PA0 R.sub.3 to R.sub.6 are independently of the other lower alkyl, hydroxy-lower alkyl or lower alkoxy-lower alkyl, PA0 X.sub.1 and X.sub.2 are each oxygen or --NH--, PA0 Z.sub.1 and Z.sub.2 are each independently of the other C.sub.2 -C.sub.6 alkylene, and PA0 Y.sup..crclbar. is an anion of a strong inorganic or organic acid, and PA0 (2) (A) a mono- or polyquaternary ammonium salt which carries at least one hydrocarbon radical of not less than 7 carbon atoms attached to the nitrogen atom, or PA0 (B) a polymeric ammonium salt, or PA0 (C) a basic non-quaternized nitrogen-containing polycondensate.
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Ciba-Geigy Corporation
Franz Gunter, Heinz Abel, Rosemarie Topfl
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4 677 178
Silicone-based textile finishing agent
The silicone-based textile finishing agent comprises (a) an organopolysiloxane having at least one hydrocarbyl group substituted with a phosphate ester group --PO(OR).sub.2, in which R is a monovalent hydrocarbon group, (b) an alkoxy silane having at least one organofunctional group such as amino and epoxy groups in a molecule, and, optionally, (c) a catalyst capable of promoting the reaction between the components (a) and (b), preferably, in the form of an aqueous emulsion. The textile finishing agent is capable of imparting excellent softness and slipperiness to the textile materials such as waddings of polyester or acrylic fibers treated therewith without the disadvantage of yellowing by heat treatment.
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Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.
Masaki Tanaka, Fumio Okada, Hiroshi Ohashi
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4 568 351
Use of certain esters as pH regulators in textile finishing processes
A textile finishing process in which there is employed, as a pH regulator, a compound or a mixture of compounds of formula I ##STR1## in which p is from 1 to 20, PA1 R is hydrogen, C.sub.1-3 alkyl or C.sub.1-3 alkyl substituted by hydroxy PA1 R' has independently one of the significances given for R or is --CO--R and PA1 A is --CH.sub.2 CH.sub.2 --; --CH.sub.2 --CH.sub.2 --CH.sub.2 --; ##STR2##
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Sandoz Ltd.
Karl-Heinz Weible, Jose M. Palleiro Cardona

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
1
WASTEWATER CHARACTERISTICS IN TEXTILE FINISHING MILLS
The aim of this paper was to accurately analyze the sources of water pollution and loading concentrations in textile finishing mills. A process data collection was performed and integrated with a characterization of the process effluents in terms of treatability and reusability. In order to evaluate properly the wastewater loading, an analysis course was set. The samples have been gathered for two months; instantaneous samples (PI) were drawn from the wastewater, as well as from the painting baths, at the time of the overflow. Based on several daily average values, a general average (PG) has obtained. The experimental data were statistically analyzed and the average values of the investigated parameters for each collecting point corresponding to the sectors of the finishing section were assessed..
Engineering, Chemistry
2008
158
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Cyclodextrins in Textile Finishing
Cyclodextrins can act as hosts and form inclusion compounds with various small molecules. Such complexes can be formed in solutions, in a solid state as well as when cyclodextrins are linked to various surfaces where they can act as permanent or temporary hosts for small molecules that provide certain desirable attributes. This characteristic makes cyclodextrin a promising reagent in textile finishing.
Biology, Materials Science
2013
48
3
Textile Finishing Industry as an Important Source of Organic Pollutants
The textile finishing industry is, among all industries in Europe, the greatest consumer of high quality fresh water per kg of treated material and with the natures of their production processes significantly contributing to pollution. Wastewater from the textile industry is also a significant environmental pollution source of persistent organic pollutants. Not only textile wastewater but also textile products often contain chemicals such as formaldehyde, azo-dyes, dioxins, pesticides and heavy metals, that might pose a risk to humans and the environment. Some of these chemicals found in finished products are there as residues from the production of dyes and auxiliary chemicals (the synthesis of dyes involves a large variety of chemicals with complex synthesis paths, during which toxic, carcinogenic and persistent organic compounds can be formed, such as dioxins, and traces can be found in commercial dyes), others are added to give certain characteristics to the products (colour, flame retardancy, anti wrinkling properties etc.) (Križanec & Majcen Le Marechal, 2006), or are already present in the raw textile material. The mentioned compounds have been found in wastewater after home washing, in organic solvent after dry-cleaning and also in the atmosphere after incineration. Possible sources of organic pollutants are also wastewater treatment methods and the incineration of textile materials. The formation of dioxins can occur via dyeing and textile finishing processes with conditions favourable for their generation (high temperature, alkaline conditions, ultraviolet (UV) radiation, and other radical initiators). Textile dyes are designed to be resistant to microbial, chemical, thermal and photolytic degradation. After the dyeing process, a lot of non-bonded dyes are released into the wastewater, which can also be treated by Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) in order to destroy the dye molecule and to decolourise the wastewater and reduce organic pollution. It is well-known that under the experimental conditions of such methods, which can be very useful because of the short-time of treatment, hazardous compounds can be formed due to very powerful oxidizing agents such as hydroxyl radicals (OH). In line with the improvement of people’s living standard and the growing awareness and need to preserve the environment several regulations were introduced also in the textile industry in order to control the use of chemicals in textile processes. Under REACH regulation (REACH regulation controlled the quality of fabric, apparels, and shoes
Environmental Science, Chemistry
2012
48
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The Principles of Textile Finishing
The historical relationship between the science and the technique of textile finishing is illustrated herein by a description of the principles of indigo dyeing. This ingenious technique was developed thousands of years ago, but it has been understood only recently. The rapid progress of polymer and colloid science has reversed the situation and enabled the theory of finishing to take the lead. A need has arisen for a new systematics of finishing. The topical and the energic characterizations have been suggested for this purpose—the first is based on consideration of the site of the finish in the textile (interyarn-intrayarn, interfiber-intrafiber) ; the second on consideration of the forces acting between finish and fiber. The significance of the spatial and energic factors is discussed in relation to some finishing processes.
Engineering, Materials Science
1952
30
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Exergetic performance assessment of a stenter system in a textile finishing mill
Drying of textiles is one of the energy‐intensive unit operations and stenters are the most widely used drying machines in textile finishing mills. This study reveals energetic and exergetic analysis of a stenter system in a textile finishing factory based on actual operational data. The system includes a stenter along with its circulating and induced draft fans, a hot oil boiler and an oil circulating pump. The exergy destructions in each of the components of the overall systems were determined for average values of experimentally measured parameters. Exergy efficiencies of the system components were determined which help in assessing their performance and to establish strategies for improvement. The exergetic efficiencies of the stenter and hot oil boiler were found to be 28.7 and 34.7%, respectively, while the overall exergy efficiency of the system was obtained to be 34.4%. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Engineering, Environmental Science
2007
25
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Reuse of effluent water obtained in different textile finishing processes
Abstract: The use of clean water in textile finishing is both common and very expensive. Effluent water subjected to advanced methods of physical, chemical, and biological treatment could be used for this purpose. However, information obtained from industry and the literature shows that effluent water obtained from different finishing processes may be reused without being totally purified. In this paper, a method is proposed to determine the viability of reusing effluent water obtained from different textile finishing processes of cotton fabrics after just basic treatments. These treatments include; filtering, airing, pH regulating and ion exchange. Effluent water obtained in different textile finishing processes was analysed in terms of pH value, COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand), SS (Suspended Solids), colour, hardness and conductivity. Effluent water for treatment and the process where the treated water was reused were determined by means of the proposed method, based on a multiple criteria decision making approach. A laboratory scale trial was conducted to investigate the efficiency of treatment.
Engineering, Materials Science
2012
23
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Preparation of Silver Nanoparticles Suitable for Textile Finishing Processes to Produce Textiles with Strong Antibacterial Properties against Different Bacteria Types
This study describes the development of a preparation technique for silver nanoparticles useable as antimicrobial material which is especially useful for textile treatment to realize antimicrobial fabrics. The silver particles need to be prepared by reduction of AgNO3 under moderate conditions and with a moderate and non-toxic reductive agent. Comparative investigations were carried out with silver particles prepared by a solvothermal process or with NaBH4 as reductive agent. Particularly, suitable silver solutions are obtained by stabilizing the silver particles with polyvinylpyrollidone PVP of high molecular weight (Mw ~ 360000 gmol−1) and the use of the non-toxic reductive agents ascorbic acid and fructose. Under these conditions the diameters of the silver particles are in the range of 10 to 30 nm as determined by HR-TEM. The formation of elemental silver has been verified by transmission electron microscopy (TEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD) and optical spectroscopy. The properties of silver particle-containing liquids were investigated by using UV/Vis spectroscopy and dynamic light scattering. Further information on particle size and size distribution was gained through SEM investigations. The prepared solutions of silver nanoparticles can be applied easily onto textiles as liquid coating agents. All prepared textile samples exhibited a high antimicrobial activity against Escherichia coli. However, only few solutions containing silver particles of smaller size exhibit high antimicrobial activity also against other types of bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pneumoniae. Because of this high antimicrobial potential gained with silver solutions prepared in a simple process without usage of toxic components, the developed materials offer a broad range of potential applications. Graphical Abstract Preparation of Silver Nanoparticles Suitable for Textile Finishing Processes to Produce Textiles with Strong Antibacterial Properties against Different Bacteria Types
Materials Science, Chemistry
2011
21
8
Treatment of reactive dyes and textile finishing wastewater using Fenton's oxidation for reuse
Fenton's oxidation (FO) was used to decolourise and degrade some reactive dyes (Remazol Black 5, Remazol Red, Remazol Blue, Remazol Yellow) and raw textile finishing industry effluents (S1, S2, S3) containing mainly reactive dyes. The operational conditions for pH varied between 2.5 and 4.0 while temperature ranged from 30oC to 50oC. The concentrations of FeSO4 and H2O2 varied to a wide range (200-600 mg/l of FeSO4, 300-1000 mg/l of H2O2) depending on the type of the dyes and their mixture and textile additives used in the process. FO is highly effective for colour removal (>99%) for reactive dyes and (87-94%) for textile finishing wastewater. It can be applied as a pretreatment and the remaining total dissolved solids (TDS) can be removed by an additional advanced process, e.g. membrane process.
Engineering, Environmental Science
2005
15
9
Miniemulsion polymerization of fluorinated siloxane-acrylate latex and the application as waterborne textile finishing agent
Fluorinated siloxane–acrylate polymer latex was synthesized via miniemulsion polymerization, which was carried out by pseudo one-step method. In the synthesis protocol, the monomers of octamethylclotetrasiloxane (D4), tetravinyltetramethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4v), methyl methylacrylate, butyl acrylate, N-methylol acrylamide, and dodecafluoroheptyl methacrylate (DFMA) were first mixed and homogenized into a miniemulsion, which was stabilized by dedecybenzene sulfonic acid. The ring-opening polymerization of cyclosiloxane was then steadily performed under miniemulsion conditions and followed by the postaddition of radical initiators to initiate the polymerization of acrylate and DFMA monomers. The influences on the emulsion properties by acrylic monomer with different addition protocol were investigated in this work. In addition, the synthesized latexes were characterized by using dynamic laser scattering, transmission electron microscope, differential scanning calorimetry, and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. These results indicated that the introduction of D4v in the latex can successfully suppress the phase separation between the thermodynamically incompatible components for the formation of uniform hybrid latex particles. The further application of the as-synthesized latex was investigated as a new kind of waterborne textile finishing agent. Moreover, the influences of the content of D4v and DFMA on the finishing properties, especially for the softness, the water repellence, and the antimoisture properties, were systematically studied in this work. With a proper design on the content of the D4v and DFMA, stable textile finishing emulsion was prepared, which can endow the fabric both desirable softness and excellent water resistances. © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2014, 131, 40161.
Materials Science, Chemistry
2014
13
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Cyclodextrins in Textile Finishing: Fixation and Analysis
Following a short overview of application of cyclodextrins (CDs) in textile finishing methods for the permanent fixation of CDs onto texiles and approaches to their quantitative analysis are reviewed. A new analytical method, based on the inclusion complexation of ferrocene, and a quantitative study, utilizing this method, on the covalent fixation, washing fastness and formaldehyde release of CD-containing finishes are presented. Ferrocene complexation is proven by Raman spectroscopy and by comparison with maltodextrin. Some of the finishing treatments resulted high yields and permanence against washing. Hydroxypropyl-CD reduced formaldehyde release and acted possibly as a formaldehyde scavenger. Using “low formaldehyde” crosslinkers ” requirements easily met.
Materials Science, Chemistry
2010
12

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#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
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Textile Finishing
Enhanced Knittability of Paper Yarn from the Swedish Forest by Using Textile Finishing Materials
2021
Engineering, Materials Science, Medicine
1
enhanced knittability of paper yarn from the swedish forest by
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Textile Finishing
TEXTILE FINISHING FOR THE PRODUCTION OF NEW GENERATION MEDICAL TEXTILES
2006
Engineering, Medicine
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the production of new generation medical textiles
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Textile Finishing
Trends in textile finishing for value-addition: Officious and in the offing
2001
History, Engineering
1
value-addition: officious and in the offing

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Danti Paolo company is a manufacturer of textile finishing machines. The company was founded in 1935 in Prato, Italy. All the machines are entirely manufactured in Italy with top quality components, based on more than 80 years of experience and a continuous R&D.
Mon, 24 Mar 2008
101 019
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Established in 1951, FERRARO SPA with more than 65 years of experience is the ideal partner for all those companies looking for excellence and quality in the finishing of knitted and woven fabrics. The efforts committed in the research for new technologies and the continuous follow up dedicated to our valuable Customers, lead FERRARO SPA to be the first choice in finishing all over the world. Over the years, the Ferraro network in the world has reached all five continents, with a fixed presence in over 50 countries. Today, hundreds of customers around the world use Ferraro's machines, software, services, and comprehensive support during and after sales in a new, innovative and high quality approach to textile finishing and ennobling, to to transform the way they attract, engage and delight customers.
Thu, 6 Aug 2015
47 669
Italy
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Eliar Elektronik San. A.Ş. was founded in Istanbul, Turkey in 1984. It has strengthened Turkish industry and economy with many devices, systems and software for sectors such as textile finishing, glass, insulation, ceramics and chemistry, and has made important contributions to automation of industrial sectors with its R&D studies since its establishment.
Tue, 16 Oct 2018
46 922
Turkey
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PORTFOLIO // 3lab VJ-Team With this portfolio i represent just a third of 3lab®. In the year 2004 we gave our creativity a name or better a branding. 3lab stands for a free fusion of individual creativity. 3lab connects knownledge, competence and interests from creatives in all kinds of influences. (Music, musicproduction, design, webdesign, interaction, multimedia, textile finishing, photography, etc.)
Tue, 13 Nov 2007
40 488
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Mahlo provides measurement, automation and control systems for the worldwide textile, finishing, coating & converting, pastic & film and pulp & paper sector. We always try to improve things just a bit more. Experience international state-of-the-art technology from Bavaria! We are there for you 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Just get in touch with us!
Mon, 16 Mar 2015
22 766
Germany
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We design and manufacture 100% made in Italy textile finishing machines for fabrics and knitwear. We have one goal in mind: offer our customers the highest level of satisfaction.
Sat, 26 Aug 2017
10 078
Italy