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Acid Dyes Manufacturer & Supplier

Karma International is an Acid dyes manufacture, supplier, Trader and Exporter. Dyeing has always been a prominent part of the textile industry. The factors like colorfastness, durability etc., all depends upon the composition of Dyes, which we, at Karma Industries, ensure to be the best. Being a responsible manufacturer and exporter of a huge variety of Dyes for the customers in India as well as abroad, our company has cemented its name deep in the textile sector. Our distribution networks are catering to both domestic and international clients. Our products are exported to many countries around the globe and are available in most of the dye-consuming centers around the world with the help of our skillful marketing associates.

We are committed to improving the quality of our products and services and regularly attend trade shows to maintain the highest level of training and industry knowledge. We are constantly reviewing markets and adding new molecule and products in order to update our product offering.

Acid Dyes

Acid dyes are highly large water-soluble dyes having better light-fastness than basic dyes on fibers but moderating them will improve the overall properties of the dye which further takes positive charge development within the fiber in acid solutions and acts as a driving force for dye diffusion and migration into the fiber while being dyed. They also contain one or more sulfuric or carboxylic acid salt functional groups. Acid dyes are normally used to dye natural protein such as wool and silk, synthetic polyamide (nylon) and to a small extent acrylics and combination of these fibers. They are called acid dyes because they are applied to these fibers from dye bath in acidic or neutral conditions. Chrome dyes are also considered as acid dyes. Mainly these types of dyes are found in powder form. Water soluble Acid dyes are not substantive to cellulosic fibers. Acid dyes are used commercially and by the studio dyer to animal fiber. Acid dyes uses acid such as vinegar, acetic or sulphuric acid to set the color. Acid dyes sound scary to some novices, who imagine that the dyes themselves are caustic strong acids. In fact, the dyes are non-caustic, are in many cases non-toxic, and are named for the mild acid (such as vinegar) used in the dyeing process, and for the types of bonds they form to the fiber. Some of them are significantly more toxic than fiber reactive dyes, while others are even safe enough to eat, and are sold as food coloring.

Acid Yellow 36 | Acid Orange 7 | Acid Black 210 | Acid Red 18 | Acid Red 88