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Huntsman Textile Effects launches 2 new neon dyes
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Apr '16
Huntsman Textile Effects, a global supplier of dyes and chemicals to textile and related industries, introduced two new neon dyes – Flavine FF and Rhodamine FF – to its Erionyl range, a range of acid dyes supplied by the company for the dyeing and printing of polyamide, to address the growing demand of polyamide dyes, according to a press statement released by the company.

Polyamide fibres are getting popular with the high value segments of functional elastic garments. With these two additions, the company’s range will become complete.

The two new dyes offer state-of-the-art performance with outstanding fastness levels and significantly higher strength of neon dyes available in the market today.

Commenting on the launch, Lee Howarth, global marketing manager of Huntsman Textile Effects said, “With Erionyl Flavine FF and Rhodamine FF dyes, we now have dyes to achieve the demands of the attractive neon shade segment.”

“Due to their high-colour strength and with neon shades representing an essential collection item of many swimwear, beachwear, sportswear and even lingerie brands, we can now meet the growing demand for high quality neon dyes.”

To deliver enhanced reproducibility, trouble-free application and minimised risk of known issues with these specific types of dyes, Erionyl Flavine FF and Rhodamine FF dyes can be used in combination with Huntsman Textile Effects key auxiliaries like Albatex AB-45 pH buffer, Erional FRN fastness improver or Invalon FL machine cleaner. (MCJ)

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