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Superfeel ES to derive dual benefits of Micro & Macro emulsions

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Dec '08
Microgenix Specialities Private Limited, based in Ahmedabad, India and holding an ISO-9001:2000 recommended by TUV SuD South Asia, is a company obsessed with quality. A simple evolution on the graph to a growth phenomenal and limitless is what the company is all about. The basics are simple and essential and maintaining the highest quality standards for the company is not an act but a habit.

Microgenix is a leading company in to the manufacturing of specialty chemicals basically for the textile finishing industry like Bio-polishing Enzymes, Natural Celluloses Enzymes, Acid Celluloses for Denims, Pretreatment Formulations, Silicone Specialties, Auxiliaries and Softeners.

In its continuing commitment towards environment protection, a complete series of Bio-polishing Enzymes have been approved for Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) and many more of other products are under the process of approvals.

From amongst its many products, SUPERFEEL ES is a unique textile finishing preparation based on a fresh concept developed by Microgenix. It is a Semi Macro or Semi Micro Silicone Emulsion (SMSM) and has a synergetic action where the benefits of both Micro as well as Macro emulsions can be achieved by using a single product.

SUPERFEEL ES can be effectively used on all kinds of fabric materials that include 100% cotton, tencel, synthetic, ray on and their blends and can be used essentially for breaking the core hardness of the fabric together with conferring it slick and silky handle.

It is an elastomeric preparation and therefore can also be cross-linked with or without DMDHEU resins. This helps in permanent retention of up to 85% of SUPERFEEL ES on the fabric and also makes it water repellent without interfering in the breathe ability of the fabric which otherwise has to be done with fluorocarbons.

When used simultaneously with DMDHEU resins improves the tear strength of the fabric, checks rigidness, and helps in quick crease recovery and when used on knitted material confers easy care finish due to enhanced elasticity that virtually eliminates the need of ironing.

SUPERFEEL ES is a low-yellowing preparation and thus if used in an appropriate dosage it can be easily applied on white materials as well and also confers a malleable hand with rubbery effect along with conferring it a super smooth surface finish simultaneously.

Among other benefits, it helps in retaining the original fabric properties such as tensile strength, breathe ability, color depth etc and does not need the usage of other finishing products if used in an appropriate dosage.

Moreover its non-ionic nature strictly guards the ill effects of cationic as well as anionic substances along with possessing a prolonged washing stability even if used without a catalyst that ensures the retention of all the goodness of the product even after numerous home laundry cycles.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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