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We are the Leading Manufacturer of Reactive Dyes, Acid dyes, Lake Food color, Food Color and Direct Dyes, Pigment powder, Pigment Paste, Titanium Dioxide, Solvent dyes in Ahmedabad. india.

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TITANIUM DIOXIDE PA101 (ANATASE GRADE) Manufacturer and Supplier in India
Titanium Dioxide PA101 is high quality Anatase Grade Titanium Dioxide used in Paints, Plastics, Textiles, Soap etc. The PA101 is equivalent to grades TTK Anatase ISI and many other standard grades for Anatase.

P A101 is an Anatase Titanium Dioxide pigment manufactured on the basis of advanced technology. It is actively treated with unique surface dispersion technology by adding inorganic additives which can reduce the surface force between the particles of titanium dioxide, enhance the powder dry flow ability, greatly improve the dispersion properties. PA101 is a high cost effective product aiming at the demand of market with good dispersion, good whiteness, high hiding and tinting strength, low oil absorption.
TITANIUM DIOXIDE PA101 (ANATASE GRADE) Manufacturer and Supplier in India Titanium Dioxide PA101 is high quality Anatase Grade Titanium Dioxide used in Paints, Plastics, Textiles, Soap etc. The PA101 is equivalent to grades TTK Anatase ISI and many other standard grades for Anatase. P A101 is an Anatase Titanium Dioxide pigment manufactured on the basis of advanced technology. It is actively treated with unique surface dispersion technology by adding inorganic additives which can reduce the surface force between the particles of titanium dioxide, enhance the powder dry flow ability, greatly improve the dispersion properties. PA101 is a high cost effective product aiming at the demand of market with good dispersion, good whiteness, high hiding and tinting strength, low oil absorption.
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Reactive Dyes - Manufacturer and Supplier in India
Reactive Dyes - Manufacturer and Supplier in India INR 0 INR 0 Reactive dyes are a class of highly coloured organic substances, primarily used for tinting textiles, that attach themselves to their substrates by a chemical reaction that forms a covalent bond between the molecule of dye and that of the fibre. The dyestuff thus becomes a part of the fibre and is much less likely to be removed by washing than are dyestuffs that adhere by adsorption. The first fibre reactive dyes were designed for cellulose fibres, and they are still used mostly in this way. There are also commercially available fibre reactive dyes for protein and polyamide fibres. In theory, fibre reactive dyes have been developed for other fibres, but these are not yet practical commercially. The dyes contain a reactive group that, when applied to a fibre in a weakly alkaline dyebath, form a chemical bond with the fibre. Reactive dyes can also be used to dye wool and nylon, in the latter case they are applied under weakly acidic conditions. The most important characteristic of reactive dyes is the formation of covalent bonds with the substrate to be coloured, i.e. the dye forms a chemical bond with cellulose, which is the main component of cotton fibers. Fiber reactive dyes are the most permanent of all dye types. Unlike other dyes, it actually forms a covalent bond with the cellulose or protein molecule. Once the bond is formed, what you have is one molecule, as the dye molecule has become an actual part of the cellulose fiber molecule. No wonder you can safely wash a garment that has been dyed in bright fiber reactive colours with white clothing, a hundred times, without endangering the whites in the least - even if it is all different bright colours, or even solid black! In contrast to all other dyes the reactive dyes bind chemically to the textile fibres, significantly improving the product's colour stability and washability. Thus reactive dying of cotton is currently the most widespread textile dying process in the world. Reactive Cold Dyes FASTNESS PROPERTIES Light Washing Perspiration Hypochlorite Dischargeability Red M5B Red - 2 4-5 4-5 3-4 1 P Red M8B Red - 11 4-5 4-5 2 4 P Magenta MB Violet - 13 4-5 5 4-5 1 F Orange M2R Orange - 4 5 5 4 4 P Orange M2RJ 3-4 4 4 4-5 P Gol. Yellow MR Yellow - 44 5 4-5 4 1 P Yellow MR EX H/C Yellow - 44 5 4-5 4 1 P Yellow M3R Yellow - 36 6 5 4 2 G Yellow M4R Orange - 14 5 4-5 4 1 P Yellow M8G Yellow - 86 6 4-5 4-5 1 G Yellow M4G Yellow - 22 6 4 5 1 G Yellow MGR Yellow - 7 6 5 4-5 4-5 P Violet C4R Violet - 12 4 3 4 1 P Violet C2R Violet - 14 3-4 3 4 1 P Blue MR Blue - 4 6 5 5 2 P Blue M2R Blue - 81 6 5 4-5 1 P Blue M2R H/C Blue - 81 6 5 4-5 1 P Navy Blue M3R Blue - 9 5 4-5 3 3 P Blue M4GD H/C Blue - 168 6 5 3-4 2 P Tur. Blue MGN Blue - 140 6 4 4 2-3 P Tur. Blue Ha5G Blue - 71 6 3-4 4-5 3-4 P True 1471937868
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Food Colour  - Manufacturer and Supplier in India
Food Colour - Manufacturer and Supplier in India INR 0 INR 0 FOOD COLOR Tartrazine Carmoisine Sunset Yellow FCF Ponceau 4R Chocolate Brown HT Amaranth Allura Red Brilliant Blue FCF Indigo Carmine Erythrosine Quinoline Yellow Blended Colours Lake Colours The colour of food is an integral part of our culture and enjoyment of life. Even early civilizations such as the Romans recognized that people "eat with their eyes" as well as their palates. Saffron and other spices were often used to provide a rich yellow colour to various foods. Butter has been coloured yellow as far back as the 1300's. Today, all food colour additives are carefully regulated by authorities to ensure that foods are safe to eat and accurately labeled. Why Are Colour Additives Used In Foods? Colour variation in foods throughout the seasons and the effects of food processing and storage often require that manufacturers add colour to certain foods to meet consumer expectations. The primary reasons of adding colours to foods include: To offset colour loss due to exposure to light, air, extremes of temperature, moisture and storage conditions. To correct natural variations in colour. Off-coloured foods are often incorrectly associated with inferior quality. For example, some tree-ripened oranges are often sprayed with Citrus Red No.2 to correct the natural orangy-brown or mottled green colour of their peels (Masking inferior quality, however, is an unacceptable use of colours.) To enhance colours that occur naturally but at levels weaker than those usually associated with a given food. To provide a colourful identity to foods that would otherwise be virtually colourless. Red colours provide a pleasant identity to strawberry ice while lime sherbet is known by its bright green colour. To provide a colourful appearance to certain "fun foods." Many candies and holiday treats are coloured to create a festive appearance. To protect flavours and vitamins that may be affected by sunlight during storage. True 1471938770
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Reactive HE Dyes
Reactive HE Dyes INR 150 INR 150 Reactive dyes are a class of highly coloured organic substances, primarily used for tinting textiles, that attach themselves to their substrates by a chemical reaction that forms a covalent bond between the molecule of dye and that of the fibre. The dyestuff thus becomes a part of the fibre and is much less likely to be removed by washing than are dyestuffs that adhere by adsorption. The first fibre reactive dyes were designed for cellulose fibres, and they are still used mostly in this way. There are also commercially available fibre reactive dyes for protein and polyamide fibres. In theory, fibre reactive dyes have been developed for other fibres, but these are not yet practical commercially. The dyes contain a reactive group that, when applied to a fibre in a weakly alkaline dyebath, form a chemical bond with the fibre. Reactive dyes can also be used to dye wool and nylon, in the latter case they are applied under weakly acidic conditions. The most important characteristic of reactive dyes is the formation of covalent bonds with the substrate to be coloured, i.e. the dye forms a chemical bond with cellulose, which is the main component of cotton fibers. Fiber reactive dyes are the most permanent of all dye types. Unlike other dyes, it actually forms a covalent bond with the cellulose or protein molecule. Once the bond is formed, what you have is one molecule, as the dye molecule has become an actual part of the cellulose fiber molecule. No wonder you can safely wash a garment that has been dyed in bright fiber reactive colours with white clothing, a hundred times, without endangering the whites in the least - even if it is all different bright colours, or even solid black! In contrast to all other dyes the reactive dyes bind chemically to the textile fibres, significantly improving the product's colour stability and washability. Thus reactive dying of cotton is currently the most widespread textile dying process in the world. email us - inquiry@parshwadyes.com or call us +91-9979874744 True 1471938683
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Acid Black 210
Acid Black 210 USD 3.95 USD 3.95 LEADING MANUFACTURER OF ACID BLACK 210 C.I.Acid Black 210, C.I.300285, CAS 99576-15-5, Acid Black BNG, Acid Black NT Molecular Formula:C34H25K2N11O11S3 Molecular Weight: 938.02 True 1471939192
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WOOD STAIN DYES - Manufacturer and Supplier in India
WOOD STAIN DYES - Manufacturer and Supplier in India INR 0 INR 0 WOOD STAIN DYES - Manufacturer and Supplier in India Wood stain dyes penetrates deep into the wood grain producing a long lasting and translucent stain. We have used a good oil base and anti- settling formula for a rich depth of color on the wood. With our palette of colors in wood stain dyes, one can give his home furniture, doors and windows a perfect color. These stain dyes are available in both power as well as liquid form. Mixed in solvents like alcohol, lacquer and oil, these dye stains give better clarity than pigment stains. True 1499437811
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SOLVENT DYES - Manufacturer and Supplier in India
SOLVENT DYES - Manufacturer and Supplier in India INR 0 INR 0 SOLVENT DYES - Manufacturer and Supplier in India Our dyes are solvent soluble dyes of high quality for wide use in inks and coating industries. Ensuring superior solubility in organic solvent systems, these solvent dyes are applied as dispersion in a water bath. The dye is commonly known as disperse dye have wide application for coloration of polyester fibers. In contrast to ordinary dyes, our solvent dyes are pure in nature and contain low amount of impurities. Catering to the special needs of plastics coloration, these dyes can withstand over 350°C of temperature during extrusion and injection moulding process. The dyes are best for coloring a variety of solid materials, such as nylon, polyester, acetates, PVC, acrylics, PMMA, polystyrene, PETP and styrene monomers. What are Solvent Dyes? : A solvent dye is a dye soluble in organic solvents. It is usually used as a solution in an organic solvent. Solvent dyes are used to color organic solvents, hydrocarbon fuels, waxes, lubricants, plastics, and other hydrocarbon-based nonpolar materials. Fuel dyes are one use of solvent dyes. Their molecules are typically nonpolar or little polar, and they do not undergo ionization. They are insoluble in water. Names of solvent dyes are often generic, of the scheme “solvent ”, eg. Solvent Red 24, Solvent Red 26, Solvent Red 164, Solvent Yellow 124, Solvent Blue 35, etc. Red and yellow solvent dyes are often azo dyes, green and blue ones tend to be anthraquinone dyes. Uses for Solvent Dyes : Their very nature – soluble in non-polar mediums – allows their versatility and many uses. Oil or solvent dye is used in applications such as foil printing, printing inks, marking pens, ball point pens, candles and other waxes, polishes, leathers, wood stains, acrylic resins, varnishes and shellacs. They are used in signaling smoke and in the pyrotechnics industry. These dyes are also used to color lubricants in the automotive and industrial cutting industries. However, the most frequent application of solvent dyes is in the plastics industry. Within the industrial plastics community, solvent-based dyes are used to color a variety of solid materials, such as acetates, nylon, polyester, acrylics, PVC, PMMA, PETP, polystyrene and styrene monomers. In addition, many solvent dyes are used as components by the biological stain manufacturing community to produce stains that will identify various cell structure components in medical diagnostics and scientific research. Usage : 1. Solvent dyes for Inks for rotogravure and rubber stereo printing; for coating copying paper and typewriter ribbons; for ball point pens, and in printing inks as shading and brightening agents and for double tone effects. 2. Solvent dyes for Petrol & Fuel Oils 3. Solvent dyes for Wax & Candles 4. Solvent dyes for Cosmetics 5. Solvent dyes for Wood Stain, Spirit & Varnishes. 6. Solvent dyes for Coloration of moulding powders, construction material of cellulose acetate, celluloid, polystyrene, polymethacrylates, PVC, P/F, U/F. 7. Solvent dyes for Leather- spray finishing of dyed & undyed leather. 8. Solvent dyes for Aluminium foil printing, transparent lacquers, nitrocellulose, cellulose acetate, vinyl, alkyd, other synthetic resins or shellac. True 1499438004
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Direct Dyes
Direct Dyes INR 0 INR 0 Direct Dyes Manufacturer and Supplier in india. Direct dyes are another class of dyes, one of the two types of dyes that are mixed in 'all purpose' dyes such as Rit. (The other type in the mixture is an acid dye, which will not stay in any cellulose fiber for long.) The colours of direct dyes are duller than those provided by fiber reactive dyes, and the washfastness is poor - expect anything dyed with them to 'bleed' forever. The one advantage is that direct dyes may be more lightfast, that is, resistant to fading in the light, than fiber reactive dyes. The "direct dye" classification in the Colour Index system refers to various planar, highly conjugated molecular structures that also contain one or more anionic sulfonate group. It is because of these sulfonate groups that the molecules are soluble in water. Though most direct dyes still can be obtained in powder form, it is increasingly popular to receive them as liquid concentrates. The advantage of concentrates is that they are easy to handle and meter. The disadvantage is that the surfactants and co-solvents needed to keep the dye concentrates stable may interfere with retention and sizing in the case of very deeply coloured grades. True 1499437278
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PIGMENT POWDER - Manufacturer and supplier in India
PIGMENT POWDER - Manufacturer and supplier in India INR 0 INR 0 PIGMENT POWDER Pigment Powder is coloured powder that is used to produce a full range of colours. It is an inert colorant which has no binding power. These pigments are mainly composed of iron oxides and earth colors and contain binding agents. Using this powder, we produce all types of paints and colouring material like enamels, acrylics, pastels, chalks, coloured pencils and oils. Further, these pigment powders can also be mixed with colour concrete, plaster, plastic resins, wood putties and epoxy and can also be used for applications such as tinting wood fillers, wood finishing, shading pore filler pastes, colored waxes or for touch-up on furniture. True 1499437864
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