Dissolving grade cellulose has traditionally been used in the production of viscose filament and viscose staple fibre. Derivatives such as cellulose acetate are used to make products such as linings, blouses, dresses, wedding and party attire, home furnishings, draperies
Sodium sulphate is used for dyeing textiles. It is an ideal compound for this purpose, because it does not corrode the stainless steel vessels as sodium chloride (which can also be used in this manner) does.
Our chemicals are used in a range of applications in the textile manufacturing process, from washing raw materials to finishing of the materials. We provide chemicals used to inhibit mould growth on leather, as solvents, for water proofing treatment of leather; while our dissolving grade cellulose has traditionally been used in the production of viscose filament and viscose staple fibre. We ensure that our production processes are as environmentally friendly and as sustainable as possible.
Our high-quality, eco-friendly products are used in a range of applications in the textile industry such as in the manufacture of linings, fabrics, and home furnishings.