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Journal Textile Coloration and Finishing
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2011 / V.23,no.1,Mar
Title Performance Properties of Multi-Functional Finishes on the Enzyme-Pretreated Wool/Cotton Blend Fabrics
Authors L. Ammayappan1, J. Jeyakodi Moses2, K. Asok Senthil3, A. S. M. Raja4 and Lam K. C. Jimmy5
Institution/Affiliations 1Mechanical Processing Division, National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fiber Technology,
Pages/Total page pp.1 ~ 10 / 10
Language English
Abstract Abstract― Research information related to application of enzyme as pretreatment and subsequent functional finishing on wool blended textiles for imparting multi-functional properties is still scanty. Yarn-blended wool/cotton fabric was pretreated with both a cellulase (Bactosol-CA) or a protease (Savinase-16.0LEx) in individual, subsequently finished with Synthappret- BAP and β-cyclodextrin based combination to impart anti-shrink, anti-microbial, softening and anti-crease properties. The performance of the finished fabrics depended on type of finishing combinations applied rather than enzyme pretreatment. Savinase pretreatment followed by Synthappret+Ceraperm-MW combination finishing impart both anti-shrink property as well as softening, while Bactosol pretreatment followed by β-cyclodextrin and sanitize combination finishing impart antimicrobial activity as well as anti-shrink finish to the wool/cotton blend fabric.
Keywords Keywords: wool, cotton, blend fabric, cellulase, protease, finishing
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