Release agent is a compound of polymeric organic acid with outstanding wetting, sequestering, dispersing and buffering, which is mainly used for pretreatment, mercerizing, alkali neutralization after dyeing.
Polymeric organic acid
Appearance: pale to yellow transparent liquid
Stability: stable to acid, alkali and electrolytes
Outstanding buffer without any direct effect to alkali, but only reactivity. Does not damage the fibre, but retains the good hand fells and elasticity.
Outstanding wetting and dispersibility which can completely decompose and neutralize the alkali inside the fibres. It can reduce subsequent alkali wash times that saves water. Easily controls the pH of the fabrics.
Acid releasing agent for textile chemical can avoids uneven dyeing as normal organic acid which achieves an outstanding leveling and better reproducibility.
Completely removes the white spots on the fabrics/yarns after reactive dye fixing with soda ash which helps a good leveling and bright shade.
When uses in cotton spandex elastic fabrics, prevents damage to the cotton fibres as excessive amount of other organic/inorganic acids, as well as prevents damage to the spandex fibres as alkalis, which help retain the fabric elasticity.
Reactive organic acid that has excellent neutralization to alkali without acid odour.
Outstanding sequestering to ions that avoids yellowing of fabrics during singeing or curing due to the iron ions.
High concentration product and can be diluted 1-2 times.
Padding: 0.5 – 0.8 g/L, water retention: 75 – 85%
Mercerizing: 1.5 – 4.0 g/L
Dipping: 0.2 – 0.3 g/L
Note: Release agent should avoid use with cationic surfactants in the same bath. Release agent is an acid substance. Please rinse the eyes with plenty of water if splashed into eyes.
[Packaging and storage]
125 kg/polyethylene drum, 6 months in sealed container at room temperature.