Comparison between Pigment Printing Systems with Acrylate and Butadiene Based Binders

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Abstract

Pigment printing was carried out on lab scale by simple screen-printing techniques. By the application of acrylate and butadiene based binder, the crocking fastness, formaldehyde release and PVC migration of fabric printed with Imparon red KB pigment was evaluated. The effect of curing time on K/S values was also investigated. It has been found that butadiene based binder shows good performance in terms of crocking fastness, formaldehyde release and PVC migra-tion. It has also been observed that by increasing the binder concentration, the release of formaldehyde decreased and by increasing the curing time, the K/S values of printed fabric were decreased.

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M. Iqbal, J. Mughal, M. Sohail, A. Moiz, K. Ahmed and K. Ahmed, "Comparison between Pigment Printing Systems with Acrylate and Butadiene Based Binders," Journal of Analytical Sciences, Methods and Instrumentation, Vol. 2 No. 2, 2012, pp. 87-91. doi: 10.4236/jasmi.2012.22016.

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