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Viscose Coloration

Water-based pigment preparations used in the coloration of viscose fibers, used in textiles and non woven products, like household cleaning cloths and sponges

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A type of rayon, viscose is a manufactured fiber produced from natural cellulose derived from wood pulp. Used in many different textile and non-woven applications, it’s pressed through finely perforated spinnerets and then coagulated in a bath of sulfuric acid. In dope dyeing, colorants are added to the viscose before the spinning process takes place.

Our flowable pigment preparations offer excellent stability including extreme pH values, easy incorporation and dispersion in water-based systems, high tinting strength and transparency, excellent sedimentation behavior, longer filter lifecycles, and improved color yields.

Viscose Filament Yarn is applicable in the manufacture of silky, soft, and smooth fabric for clothing. Viscose Staple Fibers are easily bendable for a wide range of applications, e.g. in apparel, home furnishings, dress materials, and woven & knitwear. In addition, Viscose is also used for household cleaning cloths and sponges. Let us help you find the products that match your requirements!

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