Inorganic chemicals > for the textile industry

Different inorganic chemicals are used in the textile industry providing a wide range of specific functions.

ProductsProperties & applications
Aluminium Chloride anhydrous (AlCl3)For carbonizing wool
Sodium Nitrite solution 40% (NaNO2)For diazotization, oxidation of colourings and prints containing leuco-vat dyestuffs

To protect against excessive reduction when colouring and printing using certain vat dyes

To accelerate oxidation of vat dyes which are difficult to reoxidize
Sodium Metabisulfite (Na2S2O5)For cleaning and bleaching wool, jute and other vegetable fibres
Sodium Sulfite (Na2SO3)As antichlor after treatment with chlorine or with compounds which contain active chlorine
Hydrosulfite E / EN / FAs a reducing agent for vat dyes

For the reductive clearing of dyeings

For stripping of partial stripping of dyeings and prints produced with vat, direct and reactive dyes on cellulosic fibres

Sodium Sulfite is used for different purposes in the manufactured fibre industry.

ProductsProperties & applications
Sodium Sulfite (Na2SO3)For solubilizing the raw materials

As addition to coagulant baths

For bleaching

For removing sulfur from the yarn

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