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  • 1. VAT DYES<br />Except Deep Red<br />7/2/2008<br />1<br />
  • 2. Introduction<br />1<br />Chemical Structure of Vat Dyes<br />2<br />Dyeing Structure of Vat Dyes<br />Treatments After Exhaustion of Vat Dyes<br />Semi and Fully Continuous Method<br />3<br />5<br />6<br />Method of Dyeing<br />4<br />Overview<br />7/2/2008<br />2<br />
  • 3. Wet on Wet Process<br />7<br />Fixation Process<br />8<br />Package Dyeing<br />Correction of Faulty Dyeing<br />Indigo Dyeing for Denim<br />Solublised VAT Dyes<br />9<br />11<br />12<br />13<br />Dyeing of Knit Goods<br />10<br />Overview<br />7/2/2008<br />3<br />
  • 4. Introduction<br />1<br /><ul><li> Dyeing produced with the vat dyes have the highest overall fastness properties.
  • 5. All of these dyes have good fastness against
  • 6. Wet treatments
  • 7. Crocking
  • 8. Light fastness in the region of 6 to 7.
  • 9. The vat dyes can also withstand oxidizing agents like
  • 10. Hydrogen peroxide (H202)
  • 11. Sodium Chloride (NaCl)
  • 12. Hypochlorite (--OCl)</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />4<br />
  • 13. Introduction<br />1<br /><ul><li> the vat dyes are extensively used for dyeing yarn
  • 14. THIS CLOTH can undergo the pretreatment processes like
  • 15. Alkali Boiling
  • 16. Bleaching
  • 17. Mercerizing </li></ul>Without any damage to the dyed yarn.<br />After the introduction of hydrogen peroxide- tolerant reactive dyes<br /><ul><li>Yarn dyeing has been taken over by the reactive dyes.
  • 18. Because reactive dyes less expensive , easier to apply.
  • 19. Vat dyes are still popular on account of the all round high fastness properties.
  • 20. VAT DYES ARE COMMONLY USED FOR:
  • 21. Superior Quality Shirting Material
  • 22. Military Uniforms
  • 23. Furnishings, Curtain, Toweling etc.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />5<br />
  • 24. Introduction<br />1<br /><ul><li> there are about 60 vat dyes in the market
  • 25. That cover the entire Gamut(range) of shades except Deep Red Colors.
  • 26. VAT DYES ARE ESSENTIALLY Insoluble Polycyclic Aromatic Compound:
  • 27. Containing Two or more pair of QUINONE GROUPS
  • 28. Indigo and Tyrian Purple belongs to this family.
  • 29. VATTING: In order to apply cellulosic Fibers
  • 30. VAT PIGMENTS are made water soluble by reducing to HYDROQUINONE Forms in an alkaline media.This process Known as Vatting.
  • 31. Vatting Term referring to a historical link with the vegetable Indigo Dye that used to reduced in WOODEN VATS with natural reducing agents like sugar.
  • 32. PRESENT VATTTING CHEMICALS ARE:
  • 33. Sodium Hydroxide
  • 34. Sodium Dithionate(Na2 S2 O4) a strong reducing agent one with high reduction potential. Commonly termed in Industry as Sodium Hydro Sulphite or Simply HYDROS.
  • 35. Sodium Dithionate reduces the KETO GROUPS into the ENOL Form
  • 36. Sodium Hydroxide forms sodium salts of the ENOL to make the DYES WATER SOLUBLE.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />6<br />
  • 37. Introduction<br />1<br /><ul><li>PRESENT VATTTING / REDUCING CHEMICALS ARE:
  • 38. Sodium Hydroxide
  • 39. Sodium Dithionate(Na2 S2 O4) a strong reducing agent one with high reduction potential.
  • 40. Commonly termed in Industry as Sodium Hydro Sulphite or Simply HYDROS.
  • 41. Sodium Dithionate reduces the KETO GROUPS into the ENOL Form
  • 42. Sodium Hydroxide forms sodium salts of the ENOL to make the DYES WATER SOLUBLE.
  • 43. Caustic Soda Also NEUTRALISE THE ACIDIC Decomposition products of the reducing agent ‘DITHIONITE’ produced during vatting and Dyeing.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />7<br />
  • 44. Introduction<br />1<br /><ul><li>PRESENT VATTTING / REDUCING CHEMICALS ARE:
  • 45. Quantity of Reducing Agent Depend upon
  • 46. No. of KETO groups Present in the Dye Molecule
  • 47. To the extent/ amount of exposure or the dye bath to AIR.
  • 48. Reduction is Accompanied by
  • 49. Change in Color that is due to alteration in the conjugation of DOUBLE BONDS.
  • 50. The reduced indigo has a PALE SHADE and so it was called the LEUCO(white) dye.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />8<br />
  • 51. Chemical Structure of VAT Dyes<br />2<br /><ul><li>Around 1900 Rene Bohn in GERMANY
  • 52. accidently prepared a blue dye from ANTHRAscene, which he named as an INDANthrene dye. Soon after this breakthrough
  • 53. Bohn and his Coworkers synthesize many other VAT DYES.
  • 54. THE VAT DYES ARE OFTEN CLASSIFIED AS:</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />9<br />
  • 55. DYEING Structure of VAT Dyes<br />3<br /><ul><li>Sodium Salts (Nacl) of the Reduced or Leuco VAT Dyes behave like:
  • 56. Direct dyes
  • 57. As for as adsorption on the cellulose fibres is concerned
  • 58. But the ANTHRAquinone derivatives have
  • 59. High intrinsic substantivity
  • 60. In spite of lack of linearity and
  • 61. Hydrogen bonding groups attributed
  • 62. to the molecular complexity
  • 63. And CO-PLANARITY of the VAT dyes.
  • 64. As a High Concentration of SODIUM IONS from Caustic Soda(NaoH) and Sodium Dithionate(Na2 S2O4)
  • 65. Already exist in the Reduced Bath.
  • 66. The VAT dye tend to have HIGH RATE of adsorption
  • 67. And EXHAUSTION in the initial stage of Application.
  • 68. The RAPID ADSORPTION of dye in the first few minutes:
  • 69. Technically termed as “HIGH STRIKE” value.
  • 70. This tendency require a careful attention as well as ADDITION of RETADING agents to obtained level dyeing.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />10<br />
  • 71. DYEING Structure of VAT Dyes<br />3<br /><ul><li>After the adsorption of the LEUCO DYES
  • 72. AN OXIDIZING AGENT IS ADDED TO THE BATH
  • 73. That regenerates the VAT PIGMENT inside the fibres.
  • 74. Finally, to achieve full fastness properties and to develop the proper shade, the dyed goods are
  • 75. THOROUGHLY SOAPED AT BOIL.
  • 76. VAT dyes three main classes for APPLICATION PUPOSES.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />11<br />
  • 77. DYEING Structure of VAT Dyes<br />3<br />7/2/2008<br />12<br /><ul><li>Where I stands for Indanthrene and N for Normal
  • 78. In their Leuco forms Have High substantively for the cellulosic fibres.
  • 79. These needs High Alkalinity for Dissolution
  • 80. And are dyed at about 75o c.
  • 81. Where I stands for Indanthrene and W for Warm
  • 82. In their MODERATE substantivity for cellulosic fibres.
  • 83. These needs MEDIUM Alkalinity for Dissolution
  • 84. And are dyed at about 45o c TO 75o c.
  • 85. Needs Electrolytes for complete EXHAUSTION of the dye.</li></li></ul><li>DYEING Structure of VAT Dyes<br />3<br />7/2/2008<br />13<br /><ul><li>Where I stands for Indanthrene and K for KALT / COLD
  • 86. Have LOW substantivity for the cellulosic fibres.
  • 87. These needs moderate Alkalinity for Dissolution
  • 88. And are dyed at low temperature about 20o c to 30o c..
  • 89. Needs in a Higher concentration Electrolytes than class II for complete EXHAUSTION of the dye.
  • 90. Dyes of the IK Group other than the Indigo, are Not much used now a days.
  • 91. Some vat dyes like BLACKS do NOT into the above mentioned three groups and are dyed by a special method</li></li></ul><li> METHOD DYEING<br />4<br /><ul><li>In Batch dyeing of fabric, VAT dyes are normally applied in the
  • 92. Reduced in a JIGGER.
  • 93. For continuous processes,
  • 94. Fabric is PADDED in stable dispersion of very finely divided vat pigments often termed as MICRO-DISPERSIONS.
  • 95. After drying the dye padded fabric, it is reacted with an ALKALINE REDUCING SOLUTION in a padder to VAT PIGMENT into water-soluble LEUCO FORM
  • 96. LEUCO FORM diffuses into the fibre.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />14<br />
  • 97. METHOD DYEING<br />4<br /><ul><li>REDUCED VAT DYEING:
  • 98. This process is applicable for
  • 99. Batch wise dyeing WOVEN and KNIT fabrics
  • 100. Also for YARNs in hank or package form.
  • 101. REDUCTION OF the dye is faster in the STOCK VAT
  • 102. BECAUSE
  • 103. Concentration of the dye and reducing chemicals is higher than LONG BATH.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />15<br />The dye is first reduced into SOLUBLE FORM.<br />In the bath(long liquor)<br />Or in the stock vat<br />Before bringing it in contact with substrate<br />
  • 104. METHOD DYEING<br />4<br /><ul><li>REDUCED VAT DYEING:
  • 105. THE MORE Difficult to reduced CLASS I dyes:
  • 106. Vatted by the STOCK VAT method.
  • 107. This dispersion at optimum temperature
  • 108. Stirred for 10 minutes. When reduction is COMPLETE.
  • 109. SOFT WATER must for dissolving and as far as dyeing.
  • 110. Dyeing in HARD WATER causes precipitation (useless product) COUNTER THIS PROBLEM by use of SQUEStering AGENT.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />16<br />Dye is pasted with the dispersing agent. And soft water<br />And then the required quantities of <br />Caustic Soda(NaoH)<br />And<br />DI-THIONATE(S2O4) <br />Are added as per manufacturer literature.<br />
  • 111. METHOD DYEING REDUCED VAT DYEING:<br />4<br />7/2/2008<br />17<br />
  • 112. METHOD DYEING REDUCED VAT DYEING<br />4<br /><ul><li>THE FOLLOWING TABLE WILL GIVE A
  • 113. GENERAL IDEA OF CONCENTRATION
  • 114. OF rducing and exhausationchemicalsrequired in the bath at a liquor ratio of 10:1</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />18<br />
  • 115. METHOD DYEING REDUCED VAT DYEING<br />4<br /><ul><li>For the Class I dyes,
  • 116. a nonionic retarding agent (ALKO-Xylated type)
  • 117. Is often added that forms a complex with the REDUCED dye and release it gradually as the bath is exhausted,
  • 118. addition of the Retarding or LEVELLING agent is more necessary
  • 119. When dyeing mercerized COTTON, Regenerated RAYON
  • 120. And for PALE SHADES
  • 121. And also in LOW LIQUOR ratios.
  • 122. These LEVELLING Agent reduce the ultimate dye- uptake slightly,</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />19<br />
  • 123. METHOD DYEING REDUCED VAT DYEING<br />4<br />7/2/2008<br />20<br />
  • 124. METHOD DYEING REDUCED VAT DYEING<br />4<br /><ul><li>Some Dyes during dyeing
  • 125. OVER – REDUCED
  • 126. Their SHADES becomes LIGHTER or even ALTERED.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />21<br />
  • 127. METHOD DYEING REDUCED VAT DYEING<br />4<br />Dyeing is started at temperature of 20o C.<br /><ul><li>Which is gradually raised to the optimum.
  • 128. Dyes of IN and IW groups temperature
  • 129. can be raised to 80o C
  • 130. The Dyeing Continued for 45 TO 60 minutes.
  • 131. ELECTROLYTE is added in portions about 20 Minutes</li></ul>After the dye Liquor reaches the MAXimum Temperature.<br />In case or CLASS III<br /><ul><li>ELECTROLYTE added at beginning
  • 132. And dyeing is carried out in a cooling BATH after attaining TEMP of 45o C.
  • 133. However SPECIAL REDUCING AGENTS of the HYDROXY-Alkyl-Sulphinate type may have to be used that can withstand decomposition at these HIGH Temperature.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />22<br />
  • 134. TREATMENTS AFTER EXHAUSTION OF DYES<br />5<br />AFTER EXHAUSTION OF THE VAT DYES<br />7/2/2008<br />23<br />
  • 135. TREATMENTS AFTER EXHAUSTION OF DYES<br />5<br />AFTER EXHAUSTION OF THE VAT DYES<br />7/2/2008<br />24<br />
  • 136. TREATMENTS AFTER EXHAUSTION OF DYES<br />5<br />AFTER EXHAUSTION OF THE VAT DYES<br />7/2/2008<br />25<br />
  • 137. TREATMENTS AFTER EXHAUSTION OF DYES<br />5<br />AFTER EXHAUSTION OF THE VAT DYES<br />7/2/2008<br />26<br />
  • 138. TREATMENTS AFTER EXHAUSTION OF DYES<br />5<br />AFTER EXHAUSTION OF THE VAT DYES<br />7/2/2008<br />27<br />
  • 139. Semi and Fully Continuous Dyeing Method<br />6<br />THE PRINCIPLE OF THIS TECHNIQUE<br /><ul><li>TO pad the well prepared fabric
  • 140. With a very fine dispersion (PARTICLE SIZE 0.5 – 1 um) of VAT PIGMENT.
  • 141. Then to convert the absorb pigment into LUECO FORM
  • 142. This is followed by
  • 143. OXIDATION
  • 144. SOAPING in a Washing Range
  • 145. The MAIN ADVANTAGE of this process over the reduced-VAT method are as under.
  • 146. A) HIGH PRODUCTIVITY
  • 147. B) BETTER LEVELLING
  • 148. C) GOOD PENETRATION</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />28<br />
  • 149. Semi and Fully Continuous Dyeing Method<br />6<br />Different steps involve in the APPLICATION are:<br />PADDING:<br />Padder should be mechanically perfect<br />And exert even pressure throughout the <br />Width of the fabric.<br />The pigment dispersion normally contains <br /><ul><li> a migration inhibitor and
  • 150. a wetting agent.
  • 151. The latter is added for quick wetting of the fabric.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />29<br />
  • 152. Semi and Fully Continuous Dyeing Method<br />6<br />Different steps involve in the APPLICATION are:<br />2. DRYING:<br />It is not necessary for Light Shades<br />But it HELPS IN LEVELLING and improving colour yield.<br />It may be done at<br /><ul><li>Combination of INFRA- RED
  • 153. HOT FLUE or
  • 154. CYLINDER DRYER
  • 155. Incase the cylinder are used
  • 156. The IR-predryer is must
  • 157. First few cylinder Teflon Coated as to reduce staining.
  • 158. Temp 100oC first few cylinders to minimize Migration and two sided effect.</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />30<br />
  • 159. Semi and Fully Continuous Dyeing Method<br />6<br />Different steps involve in the APPLICATION are:<br />3. DEVELOPMENT:<br />Method are used for both Development of the DYE PIGMENT:<br /><ul><li>BOTH the batch and continuous.
  • 160. In the BATCH PROCESS
  • 161. Reduction and
  • 162. Adsorption</li></ul>Of the dye can be carried out on a Jigger.<br /><ul><li>DONE in the reduced dyeing method, after ADDING
  • 163. Alkali and Reducing Agent
  • 164. IF variation in SHADE due to BLEEDING in not totally eliminated
  • 165. In the CHEMICAL PADDER 5 – 10 % of the bath is made with the pad liquor</li></ul>7/2/2008<br />31<br />
  • 166. Semi and Fully Continuous Dyeing Method<br />6<br />Different steps involve in the APPLICATION are:<br />3. DEVELOPMENT: CONTINUOUS PROCESS<br />7/2/2008<br />32<br />
  • 167. 7/2/2008<br />33<br /> Semi and Fully Continuous Dyeing Method<br />6<br />OXIDATION AND SOAPING<br />In the Continuous Process, <br />In a WASHING RANGE<br />In which fabric is treated in the following different sequences:<br />
  • 168. 7/2/2008<br />34<br />CORRECTION OF FAULTY DEING<br />7<br />Fauls are usually corrected by<br />Levelling Out<br />Partial Stripping or Cross Dyeing<br />However kept in mind LEUCO VATS have a very high affinity with cotton fibers and so difficult to strip off the dyed goods.<br />

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