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  • 1. DATA ANALYSIS OF DYES & DYESTUFF By Jerry José
  • 2. What are Dyes ?
    • Described as a colored substance.
    • That has an affinity to the substrate to which it is being applied.
    • The dye is generally applied in an aqueous solution, and may require a mordant to improve the fastness of the dye on the fiber.
  • 3. Uses of Dyes…
    • Paints
    • Textiles
    • Cosmetics
    • Leather
    • Plastic
  • 4. Types of Dyes ….
    • Azo Dyes,
    • Acid Direct Dyes, Basic Dyes,
    • Fast Colour Bases, Ingrain Dyes,
    • Oil Soluble (Solvent Dyes),
    • Optical Whitening Agents
    • Organic Pigment
    • Colors,
    • Pigment Emulsion, Reactive Dyes,
    • Sulphur Dyes,
    • Vat Dyes,
    • Food Colors,
    • Napthols
  • 5.  
  • 6. Major Companies into this Business?
  • 7. Installed Capacity Qty In MT Years
  • 8. Production
  • 9. Exports
  • 10. Imports
  • 11. In a Nut Shell …
    • The future of dye and dyestuff ,a part of the chemical industry has good prospects as the trends we have seen in the past indicates that the
    • Exports are bit more than Imports.
    • Production capacity is not used to its limits.
    • Demand is more as compared to the Supply.
  • 12. Future Prospects….
    • Production should be increased in order to meet the rising demand.
    • Govt. should take more initiatives in order to help this industry.
    • No modern techniques are used, we are still following the same old method.
  • 13.