Metal Complex Dyes:

 In this type of color, many metal works by making complex (complex), which helps in coloring the cloth. But Chrome's complex color is more in the market. These colors are used to color woolen fibers. This color is also in the category of Ascendants.
 There are two types of metal complexes like -

1: 1 Metal Complex .
1: 2 Metal Complex


Metal Complex Dyes


1: 1 Metal Complex:


In such colors, there is a molecule of the Azo group and one molecule like chromium. The process of coloring with these colors is very easy and dyeing is also an essence. It is very hard to wash the color, in the light, in the light, and the same shade can be taken repeatedly.

In such colors, sulfuric acid is used in very high quantities, which can be kept from pH 2 to 3. The colors on this p.h are well absorbed and the color excision is also good. In the dyeing process, it is best to put 10 to 15 minutes by inserting the first color.

 Then put the fleece in it. During this time, the temperature is 50 degrees Centigrade. After that, add half the quantity of the sulfuric acid to 4-5% - 96% H2SO4) and run the machine for 5 minutes and after that the remaining sulfuric acid Now, the temperatures of the machine carry 100 degrees centigrade and run the machine for 60 to 90 minutes. Then after washing the shed well, dry it.


1: 2 Metal Complex:


In such colors, 2 molecules are of Azo complex and one molecule is of metal chromium or cobalt. These colors are very solid. The method of coloring wool is given below.

After coloring the color, put it on 50 degree centigrade and keep it at pH.5.5 to 6.0. To get help from ammonium acetate or ammonium sulphate to get the pH.5.5 to 6.0. Add the wool to the machine (15 to 20 minutes) and add 5% to 10% Gobi salt. According to the needle, add the leveling agent to the chariot temperature at 100 degree centigrade. Running for 45 to 60 minutes at this temperature. After this, after washing the water and chemicals from the machine, clean the wool and dry well.



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