Potassium Monopersulfate Compound for Pretreatment of Wool
Chlorine-resin method is the most widely used in the treatment of wool felt, which has a good effect on the modification of wool. However, with the increasing awareness of environmental protection, it is found that chlorine-resin method is easy to produce halogen organic compounds that pollute the environment in the process of modification of wool, so in the near future, the chlorine-resin method will be restricted or prohibited.
Potassium monopersulfate compound is usually used for wool pretreatment with a shrinkproof resin. In this process, it splits the wool surface and gives it a characteristic of negative ions, which helps to absorb polyacrylics and polyamides. It causes much less damage to wool than the chlorinated process and does not pollute the environment.
The Woolmark Company is currently promoting a preshrunk sorting method on potassium monopersulfate compound/orchid SW , is a kind of ideal type water soluble scaling method. The method can meet the requirements of The Woolmark Company for machine wash, after this treatment, the wool fabric is soft, and does not need other processing. Wool fabrics also comply with the requirements of The Woolmark Company on machine washable colour fastness after dyeing.
Compared with the traditional process, the shrinkproof treatment process has less damage to the wool fiber, and the treated wool and its treatment liquid waste water does not contain chlorine, and there is no waste water pollution. Potassium monopersulfate compound is superior to common chlorination agent in ecology and toxicology, and it is an environmentally friendly shrinkproof treatment process.
Natai Chemical in Wool Pretreatment Field
Over the years, Natai Chemical has been committed to the research and development, production and sales of potassium Monopersulfate Compound. Up to now, Natai Chemical has cooperated with a lot of clients in textile industry worldwide and won high praise. Besides the field of wool pretreatment, Natai Chemical also enters other PMPS-related market with some success.