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Bio-technological treatment of cellulosic textiles
Download PDF Download. Share. Export Volume 12, Issue 7, September 2004, Pages 697-705. Bio-technological treatment of cellulosic textiles Textile industries
TRENDS IN BIO-PROCESSING OF TEXTILES: A REVIEW
treatment. Bioscouring. Scouring is the removal of non-cellulosic material pre - sent on the surface of cotton. Besides cellulose, cotton contains the so-called primary wall natural compounds such as pectins, hemicelluloses, proteins, waxes and lignin which can impair the finishing results. In a conven-
US2243765A - Treatment of cellulosic textile materials
cellulose solution treatment textile materials Prior art date 1939-04-04 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.) Expired - Lifetime Application number US330425A Inventor Morton Thomas Henry
(PDF) On fine structure of cellulose fibers
Although many textile products are coloured by dyeing or printing, the types of dyes and the dyeing methods used on protein fibres differ markedly from those used on cellulosic materials.
Chemistry and Applications of Cellulase in Textile Wet Processing
Chemistry and Applications of Cellulase in Textile Wet Processing Shah S.R. Department of Textile Chemistry, Faculty of Technology and Engineering the M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara, INDIA Available online at: www.isca.in Keywords: Cellulase, wetprocessing, textile fibre, bio-polishing, eco-friendly Introduction
Bioengineering of a Cellulosic Fabric for Insecticide
β‐Cyclodextrin (β‐CD) can be easily grafted onto cellulosic textiles through covalent bonds. In such a way β‐CD empty cavities provide an efficient tool for entrapping different kinds of hydrophobic molecules on the surface of the fabric and releasing them slowly in time.
Evaluation of post-consumer cellulosic textile waste
Post-consumer textiles from the service sector, using industrial laundering, can be assumed to have a substantially lower degree of polymerization. An approximate decrease of up to 80% of the original degree of polymerization can be expected when they are worn out. A higher relative decrease for cotton than man-made cellulosic textiles is expected.
Thematic Issue on Microbial Cellulose: Properties
Bacterial cellulose (BC) is an excellent material to use as wound and burn healing/recovery dressing due to its characteristics. BC is a biopolymer produced by bacteria with several advantages over vegetal cellulose, such as purity, high porosity, permeability to liquid and gases, elevated water‐uptake capacity and mechanical robustness.
AS 2001.3.6-1980 | Methods of test for textiles Chemical
Buy AS 2001.3.6-1980 Methods of test for textiles Chemical tests - Determination of cuprammonium fluidity of cotton and cellulosic man-made fibres from SAI Global
Use of ultrasound in biopreparation and natural - Cellulose
Use of enzymes in different parts of textile finishing processes has become popular, and several enzymes have been introduced into the textile industry. This study aimed to carry out the whole fabric pretreatment process in a single bath containing different enzymes. Ultrasonic cavitation was also tested to show its effect on enzyme-based finishing of cotton fabric. After optimization of the
Bioscouring of linen fabric in comparison with conventional
Conventional pre-treatment steps in cotton processing could be successfully substituted by enzyme-catalyzed processes many years ago. Compared with chemical treatments, biotreatment is a more eco-friendly alternative to remove non-cellulosic impurities from cotton fibers by using specific enzymes to make the surface more hydrophilic.