We meet the demand for all kinds of textile finishing, dyes, printing chemicals. As a result of the natural cooperation between the textile sector, which has significant contributions to the exports of our country, and the chemical sector at the manufacturing stage, chemical additives in textile products provide important inputs to the textile sector.
Single and Auxiliary Chemicals The dyeing process of textile materials is the process in which dyestuffs or types of pigments are used. The dyeing process generally requires the use of high amounts of dyeing materials, chemicals and water. Many auxiliary chemicals can also be used to increase the efficiency of dyeing processes.
Brief Information about Teksil and Auxiliary Chemicals
Textile chemistry (Alm. Textilchemie, Fr. chimie textile, Eng. textile chemistry) is the branch of science that studies the chemical structure of fibers used in the textile industry and the relationships of these fibers with dyestuffs, various chemicals and textile auxiliaries.
Fabrics are produced by using various plants (cotton, linen, etc.), animals (wool, goat, cashmere, etc.) and synthetic materials (polyester, acrylic, etc.). These raw materials are turned into yarn by various techniques. These yarns are used in the production of fabrics.
Fiber or fiber is the raw material of textile products and the smallest structural unit. Fiber is the basis of all textile products. Fiber is obtained naturally from plants and animals or artificially from synthetic raw materials.