Textens: cross-linking agents
TEXTENS TA 135
TAHT is used as a cross-linking agent to reduce fibrillation of cellulosic fibers. Thus, there is a minimum splitting of the fiber filament into microfibers which can give a frosty appearance to the finished fabric.
TAHT crosslink with Lyocell fibers under alkaline conditions either before or after fabric has been dyed. It is used at a concentration between 0.5 to 1.5% (active content) by wright of fabric.
TAHT can also be used for other applications such as strength paper agent and component in the formulation of solder resist inks.
TEXTENS GM 192
TRIAZINE GM 192 is used as a crosslinking agent to reduce fibrillation of cellulose fibers. Thus, there is a minimum splitting of the fiber filament into microfibers which can give a frosty appearance to the finished fabric.
The stability of TRIAZINE GM 192 is limited depending on pH-value and storage conditions. In the presence of strong alkalines (pH > 12) TRIAZINE GM 192 readily hydrolyzes to 2,4-dihydroxy6-chlorotriazine sodium salt; with acids (pH < 5) rapid hydrolyzation to cyanuric acid and HCl occurs. Highest stability is obtained in a pH-range of 8,2 – 9,0.
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