Textile chemicals sodium alginate Chemical Auxiliary Agent

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Chemical Auxiliary Agent

CAS No.:

9005-38-3

Other Names:

Alginic Acid Sodium Salt

MF:

C5H7O4COONa

Purity:

89%

Place of Origin:

Shandong China (Mainland)

Type:

Activated Carbon

Usage:

Textile Auxiliary Agents

Brand Name:

xinruitai

Model Number:

cp001

Color:

brown or Yellowish

Application:

Textile Auxiliary Agent

Grade Specification:

Printing Paste

Dye:

Activated Dyes

PH Value:

6.5-7.5

Ca Content %:

3% max

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Packaging Detail:25kgs per bag
Delivery Detail:2 weeks

Specifications

have stock
seaweed smell
different viscosity
different mesh

Textile chemicals sodium alginate

 

Printing paste: Sodium Alginate is an ideal printing paste. It is yellowish powder. It contains positive charge, 

which has mutual repulsion with electro positivity contained in reactive dyestuffs, yet it won't be covalent 

bonding with reactive dyestuff, and that makes dyestuffs stick to paste. 

*Sodium Alginate is widely applied to different kinds of textile printing, such as cotton, linen, silk and synthetic

fibre.It makes printing textile to attain bright colors, sharp definition and good color yield, high color fixing and 

soft hand feeling.Liquid mixture with Sodium Alginate has good plasticity and flexibility. Owing to its perfect 

effect on textile printing and low cost, Sodium Alginate is popular in application. 

 

 

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