Textile auxiliary, Textile chemical biopolishing Acid Cellulase Enzyme

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Classification:

Chemical Auxiliary Agent

CAS No.:

Chemical Auxiliary Agent

Other Names:

acidic enzyme water

Place of Origin:

Guangdong China (Mainland)

Type:

Chemical Auxiliary Agent

Usage:

Textile Auxiliary Agents

Brand Name:

DEROU

Model Number:

GGL acidic Enzyme

Appearance:

Amber liquid

PH Value:

4.0-5.0

GGL dosage:

0.3-1.5% (O.W.F)

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:25kg or 200kg per plastic drum.
Delivery Detail:3-7 days

Specifications

acid cellulase for biopolishing
concentrated cellulase for textile bio-polishing
high quality and perfect service

 

Fast remove cowboy hair Natural Cellulase Enzyme GGL

 

1.Fabric bio-polishing finishing acidic enzymes water
2.For cotton, cotton / polyester blended fabric bio-polishing finishing

 

[Description]:

 

GGL is a new generation of non pathogenic bacteria deep fermentation of a high quality, highly concentrated cellulase suitable for complex products with different biological polished style for cotton, cotton/polyester blended fabric bio-polishing finishing, but also for washing factory and dyeing factory direct.

 

GGL belongs to the genetic modification of acid cellulase, available in PH-5.5-7.0 conditions, anti-back of its outstanding advantages of excellent dyeability, and therefore particularly suitable for denim washing. Its anti-the back stick performance is the best in the similar acidic cellulase.

 

[Specification]:

 

                                Appearance: Amber liquid

 

                                PH Value: 4.0-5.0

 

                                Vitality:≥13000 CMCU/mL

 

                               Compatibility: This product to the buffering agent, non-ionic surface active agent has a good compatibility.

 

 

[Direction for Usage]:

 

                                   GGL dosage:        0.3-1.5% (O.W.F)

 

                                   Bath ratio:             1:8-1:20

 

                                   Processing time:    30-60minutes

 

                                  Temperature:         45-55°C

 

                                  PH Value:              4.5-5.5

 

[Properties]:

 

→ GGL suitable for cellulose fabric biopolishing finishing, the fabric surface clean, clean lines, greatly reducing pilling rates, effectively improve the fabric handle.

 

→ GGL according to the requirements of customers can produce different stone apparent effect, giving unique fermented wash denim fabric style.

 

→ Less strength loss, and good color, back contamination and cross color can be small, minimal lower shade changes.

 

[Inactivated]:

 

Treatment effect is reached must be inactivated. Can through the addition of anhydrous sodium carbonate will increase PH value of 10, or up to 70°C, with 10 minutes.

 

[Storage & Package]:

 

Can be stored for 6 months at 0-25°C in a sealed container, keep dry and avoid exposure to sunshine.

 

25kg or 200kg per plastic drum.

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