Dyeing process and composition requirements of Jet Dyeing Machine
Nov 08, 2018

The Jet Dyeing Machine occupies a small area and has a high output. It can save material, power and labor when used. It has not only high temperature and high pressure, but also atmospheric pressure. It can be used not only for synthetic fibers but also for natural applications. Fiber can be used not only for dyeing but also for pre- and post-treatment. Because of its versatility, it is more popular with manufacturers.

In the process of dyeing, the dyeing machine firstly injects the U-shaped tube into the dyeing liquid, and then effectively draws the dyeing liquid directly from the middle of the U-shaped tube through the heat pump through the circulation pump, and then ejects it from the top nozzle. Under the push of the liquid ejection force of the nozzle, the fabric circulates in the tube to complete the dyeing. Since the spraying action of the dyeing liquid contributes to the penetration of the dyeing liquid into the interior of the rope-like fabric, the dyeing bath ratio is also small, and the tension of the fabric is smaller, thereby obtaining a dyeing effect superior to that of the overflow dyeing machine.

The Jet Dyeing Machine is mainly composed of dyeing tank, guide roller, feeding bucket, heat exchanger, filter, feeding and exiting silk frame and various pipelines. After the fabric enters the dyeing tank, the fabric moves smoothly by the water flow. Any part of the dyeing tank can be in contact with the dyeing liquid or immersed in the dyeing liquid. Each dyeing tube is equipped with two independent silk guiding pipes to separate the silk. The fabric moves at its optimum. Since the dyeing tanks are connected, the dyeing is uniform.

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