Investigation on Dyeing Performance of Basic and Reactive Dyes Concerning Jute Fiber Dyeing

Bhuiyan, M, Shaid, A, Bashar, M and Sarkar, P 2016, 'Investigation on Dyeing Performance of Basic and Reactive Dyes Concerning Jute Fiber Dyeing', Journal of Natural Fibers, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 492-501.


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Title Investigation on Dyeing Performance of Basic and Reactive Dyes Concerning Jute Fiber Dyeing
Author(s) Bhuiyan, M
Shaid, A
Bashar, M
Sarkar, P
Year 2016
Journal name Journal of Natural Fibers
Volume number 13
Issue number 4
Start page 492
End page 501
Total pages 10
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Abstract This paper includes the investigation on the dyeing performance of reactive and basic dyestuff regarding jute fiber and discusses their benefits and shortcomings. Plain woven jute fabric samples of 261 GSM were dyed with 0.5%, 1.0%, and 4.0% shade of basic and reactive dyes. Then the dyeing performance of both dyestuffs was analyzed. It has been found that exhaustion of basic dye is considerably greater than reactive dye, while this exhaustion decreases for basic dye and increases for reactive dye with the increment of respective shade percentages. This phenomenon has also been verified through the absorption curve, i.e. K/S value of fabric dyed with both dyestuffs in three different shade percentages. Again strong covalent bond is formed during the fixation of reactive dye with the cellulose of jute fiber, and at the same time no strong bond was created in case of basic dye. Finally the color fastness properties have been assessed through rubbing and washing. Both the dye classes have shown nearly similar ratings in case of dry rubbing. However, in case of wet rubbing and wash fastness to color change and color staining; the samples dyed with reactive dyes showed superior fastness ratings over the basic dyed samples.
Subject Textile Technology
Keyword(s) Basic dye
cellulosic fiber
depth of shade
dyeing performance
jute fiber
reactive dye
DOI - identifier 10.1080/15440478.2015.1069233
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ISSN 1544-0478
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