Application of Fiber Reactive Dyes by the Exhaust Process

November 30, 2010

Complimentary for AATCC members
US$25.00 for nonmembers

Recorded November 30, 2010
Presented by Doug Blanton, Huntsman International, LLC

The presentation focuses on the structure, attributes, performance characteristics, and end use benefits of fiber reactive dyes. It includes a discussion of the mechanism by which fiber reactive dyes bond with cellulose, the factors that impact the reaction, as well as a review of key application requirements for successful production processing.

Doug Blanton, Huntsman International, LLC
Doug Blanton is Lab Manager/Technical Specialist with Huntsman International, LLC. Doug earned his BS in Chemistry in 1987 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

His experience includes 10 years in production and technical management for dyeing at various mills in North Carolina and South Carolina followed by thirteen years with Ciba Specialty Chemicals and Huntsman as Lab Manager, Technical Specialist, and Technical Manager for the former Textile Services operation.

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