Cationic softener-They are usually quaternary ammonium salts, amino-esters, and amino-amides. They are recommended for all types of fibre, and can be also applied with exhaustion process Non-Ionic Softener- These are generally ethers and polyglycol esters, ethoxylated products, paraffin and fats. These softening agents are generally less efficient than anionic and cationic ones but they withstand the effects of hard waters, acid or basic environment and also stable in presence of cations and anions.
|Concentrated, Non-Yellowing, Non-Hydrophobic, Economical, Organic Softener
It gives excellent softness to the fabric. Economical finishing recipes or finish formulations can be made. Critical shades as well as whites can be finished. Suitable for denim garments.
|Cold Water Soluble Flakes
A concentrated, low yellowing cold water-soluble organic softener for cellulosic, silk and wool substrates. It is suitable for exhaust as well as pad application.
|Nonionic Softener in Flake form
A concentrated, non-yellowing and AEEA free organic softener for natural and synthetic fibres. It imparts very good softness along with lubrication and antistatic property.
|Concentrated esterquat in paste form
It imparts excellent surface smoothness on all substrates. It is soluble in luke warm water. It is low yellowing and suitable by pad and exhaust application.
|Hot Water Soluble Flakes
A concentrated, non-yellowing, non-hydrophobic economical organic softener for cotton yarns, knits, wovens, wool, silk and garments. Gives excellent softness to the fabric.
|Non-ionic organic softener, Hot water soluble
It is concentrated, non-yellowing and amino-ethyl-ethanol-amine (AEEA) free organic softener. It imparts very good softness along with antistatic property during spinning operation.