Guarantee Textile Chemistry


Our textile chemical products

Our textile chemical products We have success stories in our company, which have helped us position ourselves as a national and international benchmark in the textile chemistry sector. 

Our products can be find listed in ZDHC level 3, GOTS 6.0 and Certified by ECO-Passport by OEKO-TEX:

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1.2 Agents for fabric production

1.3 Textile auxiliaries for dyeing and printing

3.1 Finishing agents

3.4 Active chemical products

3.5 Technical auxiliaries for multipurpose use

ACF System

A system that allows tinting (pigments) and finishing simultaneously with fastness results similar to the best classic tinctures

Soft touch, even soft. Very easy to apply. You only need a good scarf and a rame.

It acts as follows:

  • An acrylic polymer base, with a very high proportion of reactive groups, very soft to the touch

  • This polymer, thanks to its self-crosslink ability and (possibly) aided by external crosslinkers, forms a three-dimensional film. On the textile and on the micro-dispersed pigment

  • Thanks to this very soft film, the pigment remains fixed on the substrate with high fastnesses to rubbing and washing, until today conflicting points in the application of pigments.

FSC System

Easier, safer, and cheaper dyeing of polyamide. It has various features:

  • The classic dyeing is carried out at acidic pH with the addition of dye at 30 ºC and rise to 100 ºC, and maintain this temperature for 60 minutes.

  • It requires a long stage of equalization at 100 ºC with the use of migrants, which allows the entry and exit of the color.

  • The rise of the anionic dye on the fiber occurs from its introduction into the bath, causing very marked inequalities depending on the selection of dyes.

  • A high degree of inequality at the beginning and a long period of migration.

NED System

PCS Challenge

Pigment dyeing due to exhaustion. It has various features:

  • Cotton fiber currently represents 40% of world fiber consumption. In sectors such as knitwear (clothing), it reaches up to 80% of global consumption.
  • The dyes used for its dyeing are made up of five basic families: Reactive, Vats (vats), Direct, Sulfurous, and Naphthols.

  • The last two are used only in specific processes and applications.

It has advantages:

  • All kinds of bright, clean tones, etc.

  • Relatively cheap.

New polyester dyeing system that tries to standardize the Complexity. It has various features:

  • Today, more than 40 million tons of polyester fibers are produced in the world.
  • The number of manufacturers has grown steadily.

  • The differences between the different manufacturers have multiplied.

  • Talking about polyester fibers is talking about a world of variants, with different dyeing capacities, different behaviors, etc.

  • For practical purposes, the differences are so high that one can speak of the naturalization of the polyester fiber.

  • Just like natural fibers (cotton, wool, etc.), polyester has a thousand and one variants, and these greatly affect its dyeability.

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