Cover Image

Level and Magnitudes of Shade Deviation and Subsequent Environmental Challenges of Turquoise Colorants

Hridam Deb, Mohammad Neaz Morshed, Shamim Al Azad, Md Shipan Mia

Abstract


 Reactive dyes for turquoise hue have definite properties of larger structure results shade deviation between batches in knit fabric dyeing. Dyeing technique of turquoise color as well as comprehensive analysis on deviations on shade and physico-chemical properties concerning batches of dyed knitted fabric with respective utility consumption has been investigated in this research. To obtain the level and magnitudes of deviation, three batches of cotton knitted fabric dyed with turquoise color having same recipe as well as same condition were examined. Ailment of shade on different stage of knit dyeing with turquoise color also reported. Process chemicals, parameters, process flow and visual analysis on light box as well as spectrophotometer analysis of all three samples was supplemented. In addition, physical and chemical test of sample dyed fabric such as color fastness to wash, color fastness to rubbing was tested under the ISO 3, ISO 105 E04, and ISO- 105-AO3 method respectively. Besides color strength as well as utility and time consumption of each batch have an inclusive investigation. After widespread analysis of the samples a considerable shade deviation has been testified which lead to reprocessing. As a result, production rate becomes lower, fabrics damage, production cost, chemicals and water consumption become higher, which upshots ruthless impact on environment through higher pollutants generation.


Keywords


Shade Deviation; Turquoise Colorants; Knit Dyeing; Environmental Challenges

References


Rashid MA, Hossain MD, Kafi MA, and Yesmin S. Process Modification of Denim Garments Dyeing with Fluorescent Dye. International Journal of Textile Science. 2014, 3:33-37

Karmakar, S.R., Chemical Technology in The Pre-Treatment Processes of Textiles. 1st ed. 1999, Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Trotman ER. Dyeing and chemical technology of textile fibers. Griffin London, Fourth edition

Hossain MD, Rashid MA, Kafi MA, and Sarker F. Investigation on Physical Properties of Fluorescent Dyed Cotton Knit Fabric. Chemical and Materials Engineering, 2014, 2:101-105

Tomasino C. Chemistry and technology of fabric preparation and finishing. NC: North Carolina State University, 1992

Hossain MD, Rashid MA, Kafi MA, and Sarker F. Investigation on Physical Properties of Fluorescent Dyed Cotton Knit Fabric. Chemical and Materials Engineering. 2014, 2:101-105

SA Azad, MN Morshed, H Deb, MAM Alam, KMF Hasan and X Shen; “Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Property of Ag-Nanoparticles and Prospects as Imminent Multi-Functional Colorant”; American Journal of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Research. 2017, 5:1-20

Lacasse, K. and W. Baumann, Textile Chemicals- Environmental Data and Facts. Dortmund, Germany: Springer. 2004

Cotton for Nonwovens, A Technical Guide. Cotton Incorporated.

Shore J. Cellulosics Dyeing. Society of Dyers and Colorist, England, 1995, p189-241

Arzu MFH and Rahman MM. Department of Textile Engineering; Effect of process parameters on cotton fabric dyeing with reactive dye especially on Green Color. PTJ. 2009, page 45-47

Rashid MA, Hossain MD. An Approach to Overcome the Uneven Shade Problem of Compact Knitted Fabric with Reactive Turquoise Dye. Universal Journal of Applied Science. 2015, 3(3): 26-30

Salikhov SA and Idriskhodzhaev UM. Prospective Coloring Plant for the Food Industry. Khlebopekarnaya J Konditerskaya Promyshlennost. 1978, 8:23-24

MN Morshed , SA Azad, MAM Alam, H Deb, AK Guha; An instigation to green manufacturing: Characterization and analytical analysis of textile wastewater for physico-chemical and organic pollution indicators; American Journal of Environmental Science & Technology 2016, 1:11-21

Guha AK and Morshed MN et al. Sustainable Eco-Friendly Textile Sludge Management In Bangladesh: Construction And Validation Of Lab Scale Biogas Plant For Generation Of Biogas From Textile Sludge. Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST) 2015, 2

Morshed MN. Azad SA, Deb H, Hasan KMF, Shaun BB. Potentiality of Compact Yarn in Knit Dyeing for Cleaner Production. International Journal Of Scientific and Engineering Research. 2016, 7:1033-1037


Full Text: PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


AJEEISSN 2574-6782) Copyright © 2012-2017. All rights reserved. Published by Ivy Union Publishing, 3204 Valley Rush Dr, Apex, North Carolina 27502, United States