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Organic Silicone Based Poly-Acrylate Binder Synthesis for Textile Pigment Printing

Sakil Mahmud, Md. Ahsan Habib, Md. Nahid Pervez, Ashraful Islam

Abstract


This present study deals about an organic silicone based poly-acrylate binder by using Emulsion Polymerization technique because it produces high molecular weight polymers, and there is no or negligible content of volatile organic compounds (VOC) for textile pigment printing. The binder was prepared by polymerizing hard monomers, soft monomers, functional monomers, and compound emulsifying agent, organic silicone, an initiator, pH adjustor and deionized water. Then the properties like sublimation test, durability test, fastness test, yellowness and softness testing were performed. The role of acrylic acid and Methyl methacrylate on the characterization of the polymers was detected and recorded. A material has been selected based on pervious study of different research and effect of silicone amount on film was observed.

Keywords


Poly-acrylate binder; Printing Binder; Silicon Binder; Pigment Printing; Textile Printing; Polymer Synthesis

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