Polyamides occur both naturally and artificially. Examples of naturally occurring polyamides are proteins, such as wool and silk.
Artificially made polyamides can be made through polymerization such as nylons. We offer solutions for wet processing of textiles made up of polyamides to improve their performance and final product's aesthetic effects.
|Sr. No.||Product Name||Short Description||Description|
|1||ACIDON-PA||Acid donor and pH sliding agent||
An acid donor, based on pH sliding principle for dyeing of polyamide, wool and their blends with acid dyes. It ensures uniform and reproducible dyeing.
|2||CAREWHITE-PAS||OBA with Violet tone||
An optical brightening agent with Violet tone for Polyamide, Wool, Silk, Cellulosic fibres and their blends
|3||SARADYE-429 (MOD)||Chlorine Fastness Improver for Polyamide||
A chlorine fastness improver for polyamide fabrics dyed with acid and metal complex dyes
|4||SARAFIX-NEW||Polyamide Dye-fixing Agent|
|5||SARASCOUR-RG (CONC)||Anti thermal yellowing agent||
A speciality finishing agent to prevent yellowing of fabrics and knits made from polyamide, lycra and their blends during heat setting, finishing and moulding.
|6||SARAWOOL||Wool protecting agent||
A versatile wool protecting, lubricating cum anti-setting agent. It is stable to high temperature during the processing of wool.
|7||SUPERGEN-MX||Leveling Agent for Polyamides||
A leveling agent for polyamide, wool and silk dyeing with acid and metal complex dyes and also for dyeing of wool with chrome dyes. It reduces high strike rate of the high affinity dyes particularly in light shades.