Sustainable Dyeing of Cellulosic Fabric with Reactive Violet H3R dye: Ultrasonic Assisted Improvement in Color Characteristic

  • Shahid Adeel Government College University
  • Shumaila Kiran Government College University
  • Maria Jannat Government College University
  • Nimra Amin Government College University
  • Atya Hassan Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology
  • Muhammad Abdul Qayyum University of Education
  • Shahid Rehman Khan Applied Chemistry Research Centre PCSIR Laboratories Complex Ferozepur Road
Keywords: Cellulosic fabric, FTIR, reactive violet H3R dye, SEM, ultrasonic irradiation

Abstract

Abstract. Ultrasonic radiation (U. S.) is the sustainable and green technology which has transformed the domain of textiles. In the current study, ultrasonic treatment was employed to improve the reactive dyeing of cellulosic fabricby Violet H3R dye. For this purpose, U.S. treatment has been given to both solution & fabric upto 50 min. at 30 to 60 oC. Promising results were obtained when cellulosic fabric was exposed to U.S. treatment at at 50 oC for a period of 30 min. using dye bath of 55 mL having 7.5 pH. Glauber salt (8 g/L) was employed as an exhausting agent at 60 oC for 55 min. Various shades of cotton fabric dyed at optimal conditions were obtained which showed that U.S. treatment has enhanced not only the colour strength but also  the fastness rating from medium to outstanding. So, it can be concluded from the current study that U. S. treatment is not only good enough for improving the dyeing aptitude of Reactive Violet H3R dye but it also uplifts the color features of dyed cotton fabric.

 

Resumen. La radiación ultrasónica (U:S. por sus siglas en inglés) es la tecnología sostenible y verde que ha transformado el campo de los textiles. En este estudio, se llevó a cabo un tratamiento ultrasónico para mejorar el teñido reactivo de tela celulósica por el tinte Violet H3R. Para este propósito, se llevó a cabo un tratamiento con ultrasonido tanto a la solución como a la tela por hasta 60 minutos a 30 y 60 oC. Se obtuvieron resultados prometedores cuando la tela celulósica se expuso a un tratamiento con ultrasonido a 50 oC durante un período de 30 min, utilizando un baño de tinte (de 55 mL) a pH 7,5 de sal de Glauber (8 g/L). Estas condiciones representan un sistema de agotamiento, aplicado a 60 oC durante 55 min. Se obtuvieron varios tonos de tela de algodón teñidos en condiciones óptimas, lo que mostró que el tratamiento por ultrasonido mejora no solo la intensidad del color sino también el índice de solidez de media a sobresaliente. Por lo tanto, del estudio actual se puede concluir que el tratamiento con ultrasonido no solo es lo suficientemente bueno para mejorar la capacidad de teñido del tinte Reactive Violet H3R, sino que también realza las características del color de la tela de algodón teñida.

Author Biographies

Shahid Adeel, Government College University

Department of  Chemistry, Government College University, Faisalabad-38000, Pakistan

Shumaila Kiran, Government College University

Department of Applied Chemistry, Government College University, Faisalabad-38000, Pakistan

Maria Jannat, Government College University

Department of Applied Chemistry, Government College University, Faisalabad-38000, Pakistan

Nimra Amin, Government College University

Department of Applied Chemistry, Government College University, Faisalabad-38000, Pakistan

Atya Hassan, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology

Department of Chemistry, Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan

Muhammad Abdul Qayyum, University of Education

Department of Chemistry, Division of Science & Technology, University of Education, Lahore, Pakistan

Shahid Rehman Khan, Applied Chemistry Research Centre PCSIR Laboratories Complex Ferozepur Road

Applied Chemistry Research Centre PCSIR Laboratories Complex Ferozepur Road Lahore Pakistan

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Published
07-01-2021