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  • Q What is silicone wax?

    A Silicone waxes are pendant-modified alkyl silicone polymers that combine the solubility and strong intramolecular interactions of hydrocarbons with the smooth slip of siloxanes.
  • Q What are the application ranges of silicone emulsions?

    A It is suitable for fabric raising agent ; mold release agents for plastics and rubber; leather and furniture polishing agents; rubber resistance Adhesive; film breaker for processing chicken feet recesses of latex products; medicine and hair conditioner, etc
  • Q What is function of silicone wax?

    A Silicone wax can be added to improve lubricity or to lower the surface tension.
  • Q Is hydrogen peroxide stable or unstable?

    A Hydrogen peroxide is unstable, decomposing readily to oxygen and water with release of heat. Although nonflammable, it is a powerful oxidizing agent that can cause spontaneous combustion when it comes in contact with organic material.
  • Q How do you keep hydrogen peroxide stable?

    A To ensure it lasts as long as possible, store hydrogen peroxide in a cool, dark place. Don't open it until you need to use it, and when you do open it, keep it in the original brown bottle. The bottle is designed to prevent light from making it decompose faster
  • Q What is the function of peroxide stabilizer?

    A Stabilizer for hydrogen peroxide bleaching achieves uniform bleaching by suppressing rapid decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, plays an important role to obtain high quality bleached products.
  • Q What are the three 3 stages of dyeing?

    A The dyeing process takes place in three phases: attachment of the dye molecule to the surface of the fiber, penetration into the intermolecular spaces as well as diffusion through the fiber and orientation (and fixation) along the long chain molecules.
  • Q What are dyeing auxiliaries?

    A Dyeing auxiliaries are defined as chemicals or formulated chemicals which enables a processing operation in dyeing to be carried out more effectively. Dyeing auxiliaries includes dye fixing agents, cationizing agent, dispersing & leveling agents etc.
  • Q What is exhaustion used with dyeing auxiliaries in textile processing?

    A In the exhaustion process attained through the optimal use of dyeing auxiliaries absorbs the dyes and the material comes in contact with the dye liquor. As a result, the rate and extent of dyeing process is determined through dye bath exhaustion. We ensure the eco-friendly auxiliaries are used for exhaust dyeing achieve better properties of the fabric.
  • Q Which is an example of a sequestrant?

    A Sequestrants are used to bind ions and prevent their interferences in other reactions. Examples of sequestrants are ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (edta), sodium metaphosphate (calgon®), gluconic acid, citric acid, and tartaric acid.
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