New Sizing Agents
Our Researchers focus on developing novel sizing agents that are eco-friendly, cost-effective, and provide better sizing performance. This involves chemical synthesis and testing to ensure the desired properties.
R&D efforts aim to optimize the formulations of existing sizing chemicals. This can involve modifying the chemical composition, concentration, or viscosity to achieve better adhesion and film formation on yarns.
Sustainability is a significant concern in textile manufacturing. Our Researchers work on sizing chemicals that are biodegradable, non-toxic, and have minimal environmental impact during production and disposal.
Researchers study ways to improve the efficiency of sizing processes, reducing water and energy consumption while maintaining or enhancing sizing quality.
Compatibility with Fibers and Dyes
Investigating the compatibility of sizing chemicals with various types of fibers (e.g., cotton, polyester, silk) and dyes is essential to ensure that the sizing does not interfere with subsequent dyeing or finishing processes.
Developing analytical techniques and instruments for quality control and monitoring of sizing processes, such as film thickness measurement, adhesion strength testing, and sizing pickup measurement.
Exploring nanotechnology for sizing processes, which can involve the use of nanosized particles or materials to achieve better adhesion and film formation on fibers.
Sizing for Technical Textiles
Adapting sizing chemicals for specialized applications in technical textiles, where the requirements may differ significantly from conventional textiles.
Market Trends and Regulations
Research also involves staying updated with market trends, regulations, and customer preferences to develop sizing solutions that meet industry standards and market demands.
Testing and Evaluation
Extensive testing and evaluation of sizing chemicals under different conditions, including real-world manufacturing settings, to ensure their effectiveness and safety.
Our chemical solutions offer high adhesion to cotton, P/c and denim yarns, exhibiting low viscosity even over prolonged storage and are suitable for all types of looms up to 900 rpm.