Sunday, January 29, 2012

Peach (carbonic) finished fabric dyeing & finishing method.

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Suede or Peach (carbonic) finished fabric dyeing & finishing method.

Dear All,

The dyeing process of Sueded or Peach finished fabric same as like others fabric, only in the fabric finishing we used some extra process. Please find below the dyeing process

Fabrication: 100% cotton, Single Jersey Peach finished (carbonic), 160 GSM.
 

A) Dyeing

1st Step: Scouring (detergent wash) the fabric in the dyeing winch and released the water for perform the next process. 

2nd Step: Labeling the fabric by labeling agent which increased the PH of fabric.

3rd Step: Soda / Salt wash.

4th Step: Mixing the specific color (reagent) for dye the fabric. Or if fabric color is white then we used brightener chemical in this step. And step 06 is not require for white color fabric.

5th Step: Acid washes (after released color mixing water) 

6th Step: Color fixing by fixer. 

7th Step: Softener.

B) Finishing

For tube form

8th Step: Squeezer
9th Step: Dryer.
10th Step: Suedeing or Peach (in the face side of fabric) with suede machine.  
11th Step: Compacting

For open width fabric

8th Step: Slitting
9th Step: Stentering (For Dia adjust)
10th Step: Suedeing or Peach (in the face side of fabric) with suede machine.
10th Step: Stentering
10th Step: Compacting (For length wise shrinkage control)

Regarding the peach finished fabric please be careful regarding the neck rib & body color. Some time we found that rib & body color are not matching. Also we found hole in the fabric.
   
Now the fabric is ready for cutting. Please test the Shrinkage, Color shade, Gsm before start cutting.

Regards
Bipul

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