Chementator: Slash water and energy requirements with this dyeing process
The conventional way to dye textiles is by the so-called dip process, whereby cloth is first immersed into a vat of the dying medium, then removed and dried. The dye is then thermally fixed to the textile by heating to 150°C, and the excess dye removed by...
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