Anti-back Stainer agent is a special non-ionic hydrophilic polymer surfactant, and its super strong continuous anti-dye effect is unparalleled. Because of its special macromolecular structure, it has the function of complexing dye molecules and the high dispersion of surface active substances, so it can ensure efficient anti-staining effect in applications.
Dosage: 0.3-0.6% (o.w.g)
Output: 5~20% of enzyme preparation
Temperature: 20 ℃ - 80 ℃
Time: 10-60 minutes, the proportion of mixed solution with sodium hypochlorite: 4:1~10:1 (for reference only)
Packaging and Storage
Why enzymes are used in textile industry?
Enzymes are used in the textile industry because they accelerate reactions, act only on specific substrates, operate under mild conditions, are safe and easy to control, can replace harsh chemicals and enzymes are biologically degradable.
What are enzymes used for in clothes?
The specific textile enzymes used are amylases, catalase, and laccase for removing the starch, degrading excess hydrogen peroxide, textile bleaching, and lignin-degrading.
Antibacterial agents made of silver ions, an antibacterial material or substance, can inhibit odors caused by the growth of microorganisms.
What enzyme breaks down cotton?
The enzymes used in the textile field are amylases for desizing of cotton and cellulases for denim finishing and biopolishing.
Which enzyme is used in silk industry?
A lipase enzyme in combination with a protease enzyme has been used for dewaxing and degumming of silk and the combined effect of dewaxing and degumming on weight loss, wettability, dye uptake, yellowing, microscopic structure, handle and lustre has been studied
Why enzyme process is so important in garment washing?
Advantages. Enzyme washing is considered more sustainable than stone washing or acid washing because it is more water efficient. Residual pumice fragments from stone washing demand a lot of water to be eliminated, and acid washing involves multiple wash cycles to produce the desired effect.