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Publikācija: Color Fastness of Dyed Raw Linen Cloth Modified with Enzymes

Publication Type Publication (anonimusly reviewed) in a journal with an international editorial board indexed in other databases
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Color Fastness of Dyed Raw Linen Cloth Modified with Enzymes
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.5 Materials engineering
Authors Aina Bernava
Anna Borisova
Guntis Strazds
Skaidrīte Reihmane
Keywords Raw linen cloth, pectinase, cellulase enzymes modification, direct dye, color fastness.
Abstract Green thinking looks to develop alternatives with higher environmental advantage that traditional materials or processes. The present experimental studies are directed to investigation of dyeing the linen fabric prepared with modification with enzymes. In the research, 1% and 2% solution of cellulase enzyme Beizym ENC-SB (garment auxiliary of enzymes mixture of CHT R. BEITLICH GmbH/BEZEMA AG) and pectinase Beisol PRO (enzymes mixture for cleaning cellulose fibers of CHT R. BEITLICH GmbH) enzyme solutions were used. The main objective of this work is focus on results studies of enzyme influence on dyeing of flax fabric with direct Solphenyl dye triade Blue FGLE (economical, fairly good light fast blue, main trichromatic component for medium shades with high wash fastness), Scarlet BNLE (economical scarlet, main trichromatic component for medium to dark shades) 200%, and Yellow GLE (very bright neutral yellow, main trichromatic component for high wash fastness requirements). The dye-bath exhaustion, color fastness to rubbing and washing were estimated. The color parameters before and after tests were calculated.
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Reference Bernava, A., Borisova, A., Strazds, G., Reihmane, S. Color Fastness of Dyed Raw Linen Cloth Modified with Enzymes. Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 2014, Vol.8, No.7, pp.686-691. ISSN 1934-7375.
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