Sarafix-NEW | Polyamide Dye-Fixing Agent
Sarafix-NEW is a novel acid stable dye-fixing agent for acid and metal complex dyed/printed polyamide and their blends. After treatment with Sarafix-NEW improves wet fastness properties. Sarafix-NEW is stable to concentrated acid. Sarafix-NEW treated fabric does not stain white grounds of prints on polyamide, therefore, it is also suitable for light and pastel shades.
||Dye fixing agent for acid and metal complex dyes and reserving agent for Polyamide/Cellulosic blends dyeing
|Improves wet fastness
||Prevents cross-staining during washing
|Has no effect on shade or light fastness of dyeings
||Recipe adjustment not require
||Can be used on soft flow machines
|Stable under adverse condition
||Stable to hard water, concentrated acids and alkalies
||Yellow to orange liquid *
|pH of 1% solution||4 +/- 1
|Miscibility||Miscible with water
|Stability||Not compatible with cationic products
|Compatibility||Stable to dilute acids and dilute alkalies
The handle of the fabrics may change slightly (becoming firmer, fuller), depending on the amount of Sarafix-NEW used, the fabric construction and the temperature during drying or post-setting.
The effects obtained by after-treatment with Sarafix-NEW are stable to dry heat at the usual setting temperatures but can be impaired by intense pressure steaming. Increasing the amount of Sarafix-NEW will often improve the stability of the dye-fixation to steaming. Polyamide material treated with Sarafix-NEW is difficult to re-dye or over-dye. Sarafix-NEW should, therefore, be stripped first before redyeing.
For correction of any shade of material treated with Sarafix-NEW, first strip Sarafix-NEW by treatment with 1 g/l Supergen-MX and 3 g/l Sodium carbonate, temp. 95 deg.C for 45-60 mins followed by rinsing. Once Sarafix-NEW is removed from the substrate, then only stripping of dyestuff or redyeing / overdyeing can be carried out. The shade after correction can again be fixed with Sarafix-NEW as per standard procedure.
Storage : Store in cool, ventilated shed away from heat and direct sunlight. Storage temperature should not exceed 35 deg C.Close lids firmly to avoid contact with air and moisture.
Shelf Life : 8 months from the date of manufacturing, if stored under controlled conditions.
The above information is given in good faith and is without warranty