Color masterbatch dyeing

Masterbatch dyeing is a common dyeing technique that adds color to a fiber or material through the use of tiny particles of pigment (masterbatches). These color particles can be evenly dispersed in the fiber, so that it can obtain a rich, long-lasting color effect. Masterbatch dyeing is widely used in textile, plastics, printing ink, coating and other industries.

Masterbatch dyeing is widely used in the textile industry. It is an efficient, accurate and sustainable dyeing technology. The following are its advantages in the textile industry:

 

1. Colorful: Masterbatch dyeing can provide bright and full color effect, because the masterbatch particles are very small and uniform, can fully penetrate into the fiber structure, making the dyed textiles show bright colors.

 

2. Color stability: Masterbatch dyeing can make dyed textiles have excellent color stability. The color masterbatch particles are deeply combined with the fiber during the dyeing process, so that the dyed textiles are not easy to fade or fade in daily use and cleaning.

 

3. Color deployment flexibility: Masterbatch dyeing technology makes the deployment of different colors more flexible and precise. Textile mills can accurately allocate the required colors according to customer needs, and can improve the depth, shade and saturation of colors according to the proportion of masterbatches.

 

4. High utilization rate of color masterbatch: The utilization rate of color masterbatch is relatively high during the use of color masterbatch dyeing technology. Masterbatch particles are small, and easy to dissolve, so compared with traditional dyes, the amount of masterbatch dyeing required is less.

 

5. Environmentally friendly and sustainable: Masterbatch dyeing technology can greatly reduce the discharge of carbon dioxide and wastewater compared with traditional dyeing methods, greatly reduce the use of water resources by 97%, reduce the consumption of chemicals by 77%, and save 60% of energy. In addition, masterbatch dyeing can also reduce dye waste and pollution.