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Bodal launches nanotechnology based dyes
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Major manufacturer and seller of dyes and dye intermediates, Bodal Chemicals Ltd., have introduced a unique brand of reactive dyes, called 'Bodactive', for the textile industries.

It is a range of reactive dyestuffs that includes various series such as Bodactive BNC, BNC Special, BNC-HE, BHE+, P (Printing), C, CF and ELF. Introduction of the Bodactive range heralds the launching of nano-technology for the first time.

These are the pure and superior quality dyes for textile industry. Bodactive BNC (Bodal Nano Chemistry) Technology is highly effective to gain reproducibility & level dyeing of cellulosic materials, provides latest generation of dyes with the features of high solubility & outstanding high strength.

Molecular structure of each product in this range has been designed according to the economic recipes and right-first time dyeing. Bodactive BNC Special consists of a range of products with specialty chromophores & poly-functional groups. There are independent options for dyers to use Bodactive BNC dyes along with few Bodactive BNC Special dyes.

The manufacturing of Bodactive range of dyes will be carried out at Bodal's Unit-7, in Padra, near Baroda, Gujarat, which has a advanced manufacturing infrastructure. Such a system offers consistency in production with economy and quality.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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