For Cotton, Polyester, Acrylic, Wool, Silk, Nylon, (Knits, Woven, Yarns, Fibres)

SN Product Usage & Dosing
1 Desizing & Scouring for Woven 1.5-2.5 gpl
2 Wetting & Scouring 0.5% - 0.6%
3 Stain Removing Agent 1%
4 Same bath Scouring & Dyeing (Polyester) 0.3% - 0.5%
5 Deaerating Agent 0.2% -0.5%
6 Wool Scouring Agent 0.5% -0.6%
7 Weight Reduction Agent 0.5%
8 Levelling Agent for Reactive (NI) 0.5 -0.7%
9 Levelling Agent for Reactive (A) 0.5 -0.7%
10 Dispersing Agent for Reactive 0.2-0.5%
11 Levelling & Dispersing Agent for Polyester 1% (NI) (For yarns)
12 Dispersing & Levelling Agent for Polyester 1-1.5% (A) (For yarns)
13 Dispersing , Levelling, & Carrier for Polyester 1% (NI) For yarns
14 Retarder for Acrylic 0.5-1% (For Yarns & Rove Dyeing)
15 Retarder for Acrylic 0.2%

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As long as mosquito-borne diseases keep on claiming victims, people will search for new remedies. Vaccines and medicines are either not effective or too expensive, and catching every single mosquito that carries Malaria, Zika, Yellow fever, West Nile virus (and so on) is simply impossible. This is why we should search for ways to deter mosquitos long before they get the chance to sting. If we invented insect repellent clothing that would keep the mosquitos away, there would be no disease to cure. Less people would get infected, and less people would die. This would give researchers more time to work on effective vaccines, that could eventually exterminate the mosquito-borne diseases altogether.


The good news is, such a product already exists. In the 1970s, researchers discovered permethrin, a biocide that attacks the nerve system of insects. As they instinctively know it will kill them, insects do not go anywhere near permethrin. It is safe to warm blooded creatures, meaning we can use it to create many different types of insect repellent clothing. Armed forces all around the world, for example, use it on their soldier’s uniforms. The permethrin protects them against mosquitos, but also deters ticks, that cause Lyme disease in many European countries. As it is a biocide, the use of permethrin is strictly regulated by, among others, the European government. So, before you start using it in your textiles, make sure you know the rules. If you do it right, though, permethrin will be the most powerful weapon against mosquito-borne diseases you have ever had.

So, you work in the woollen textile industry. You are hailed for your quality products. Your clothes and carpets are high-end, and your customers expect the very best. There is just one small problem. Wherever you go, moth larvae try to sabotage your success. They turn up out of the blue and eat holes in your clothes and image. What should you do? Drown your textiles in chemicals? Set small moth traps? Change jobs? All wrong. In this blog, we share two important do’s and don’ts of mothproofing your textiles.

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We are a team of highly proficient professionals, which holds expertise and profound knowledge in the chemical production. Whether you require chemicals for fabrics or for machines, we produce chemicals for various type of industries.

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