AVCO-BUFFER DLT HC

AVCO-BUFFER DLT HC

Rainbow is Avco preferable colour!

An highly concentrated acid donor which generates, very slowly, acidity upon heating up during the dyeing process. The pH of 1 g/l AVCO BUFFER DLT HC is 6.5-7.0, and when heated to the boil the pH decreases to pH 4- 5. It is mainly recommended for dyeing pale to medium shades 

Properties & uses:

  • An acid donor which evenly and slowly hydrolizes in hot aqueous solution to produce an organic acid
  • During the hydrolysis process the organic acid produced is lowering the pH of the solution down to 4 - 5 according to the concentration in the liquor
  • The rate of the dissociation is slow in cold solutions and increases when the temperature is raised
  • This manner of pH control makes it useful for dyeing acid and metal complex dyes. As the exhaution rate of acid dyes is pH dependent, the slow lowering of the pH in a dyeing solution containing the product, ensures more levelled dyeing, due to slower exhaution rate of the dyestuffs onto the fibres
  • Recommended for even dyeing of polyamide, wool and blends of these fibres
  • When using the product, the initial temperature of the dyeing can be increased, and the rate of heating up may be faster, thus reducing dyeing time
  • Does not influence any of the fastness properties of the dyed fibres

Ionicity:

  • Nonionic

Tags: Polyamide & Polyester & Wool , Woven & Knits
PRODUCT NAME PROPERTIES APPLICATION
AVCO-CID PHS
  • An acidic buffer for pH range of 4-6
  • Nonionic
  • Cotton & Polyester & All fibres & Blends
  • Woven & Knits
  • Use for adjusting acidic pH in dyeing and finishing processes, neutralizing alkaline bleaching and finishing baths
  • Non-flammable and non-toxic, with very low irritating effect due to the mild acidity
AVCO-CID LPH
  • An acid donor for pH range of 4-5.5
  • Nonionic
  • Polyamide & Polyester & Wool
  • Woven & Knits
  • An acid donor which evenly and slowly hydrolizes in hot aqueous solution to produce an organic acid
  • Useful for dyeing wool and polyamide fibers
AVCO-CID HTA 200
  • pH decreases to 4.5-5.5 when heated
  • Nonionic
  • Polyamide & Polyester & Wool
  • Woven & Knits
  • An acid donor that creates acidity when solutions of the product are heated up
  • Useful for dyeing acid and metal complex dyes
  • For even dying of polyamide, wool and blends of these fibres
AVCO-CID ABS
  • Maintain acidic pH at 4-6
  • Nonionic
  • Polyamide & Polyester & Wool
  • Woven & Knits
  • Used in dyeing processes: Dyeing polyester, polyamide and wool
  • Compound of organic and inorganic buffers
AVCO-LON NAL
  • Long chain alkyl sulphonate
  • Anionic
  • Polyamide & Wool
  • Woven & Knits
  • Levelling agent for dyeing polyamide fibres
  • Overcome barriness problem when dyeing with acid and metal-comlex dyes
AVCO-LON REK
  • Polyethoxylated surfactant
  • Weak cationic
  • Polyamide & Wool
  • Woven & Knits
  • Levelling agent with affinity to acid dyestuffs
  • Enable better control of exhaustion of acid dyestuffs onto polyamide dye sites and improves acid dyestuffs migration properties
AVCO-NAL PS
  • Stable with electrolytes
  • Anionic/ Nonionic
  • Woven & Knits
  • Polyester & Blends
  • An efficient levelling and dispersing agent for disperse dyes
  • Can level-out “barriness” problem and produces excellent coverage of stripes
AVCO-LPAM
  • Preparation of sunfactants and protective colloids
  • Anionic/ Nonionic
  • Polyamide & Blends
  • Woven & Knits
  • A surfactant specially manufactured to remove and suspend residual acid dyes from printed and dyed polyamide fabrics
  • Effectively remove synthetic and natural thickener from printed fabrics
AVCO-FIX N40
  • Solution of synthetic resin
  • Anionic
  • Polyamide & Wool
  • Woven & Knits
  • Fixing agent with very effective for improving wet fastness properties of acid dyes on polyamide
  • Also used as a resist agent in dyeing polyamide blends
AVCO-FIX NRC
  • Solution of a sulfonated condensate
  • Anionic
  • Polyamide & Wool
  • Woven & Knits
  • An after-treatment agent to improve the washing fastness of polyamide microfibres dyed or printed with acid dyestuffs
  • Greatly improves the washing fastness of polyamide and spandex blends