Patel, Monoazo Disperse Dyes
Based on 2-Amino-1,3,4-thiadiazole Derivatives, Adv.
Azo disperse dyes
have mostly been used in coloration of textiles, such as polyester, nylon, acetate, cellulose and acrylic, due to their bright colors, excellent colorfastness and ease of application .
In these substances, the alkyl groups can act in the same way as the disperse dye
in the traditional dyeing process.
Dyeing properties of the PET/organoclay nanocomposite filaments were enhanced due to improvement of the accessibility of PET by clay incorporation for the disperse dye
Most ink makers now offer a substitute for the traditional disperse dye
sublimation method of printing on polyester or polyester-cotton blends.
The triple dye mixture is made with a blue acid dye, a red direct dye and a yellow disperse dye
(the terms 'acid', 'direct' and 'disperse' will be explained later).
About 50% of reactive dyes, 20% disperse dye
and 2% of basic dyes being unfixed on fabric are released in wastewater (Tan et al.
This study presents the biosorption characteristics of sugarcane bagasse for the removal of Foron Blue E-BL (FB) a disperse dye
from aqueous solutions in a batch system.
DuPont Artistri ink meets industry standard fastness requirements and is available in a wide array of colors covering the four major textile chemistries: acid dye, reactive dye, disperse dye
and pigment ink.
DuPont Ink Jet has announced the commercial availability of DuPont Artistri D700 Disperse Dye
inks for digital textile printing.
Direct Disperse dye
inks used with this printer are light and abrasion resistant and are ideal for industrial textiles, swim and active wear.
The four popular ink chemistries -- acid dye, reactive dye, disperse dye
and pigment -- will all be available for the 2020 printer.