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WO/2005/040230A2
The invention relates to an inverse latex composition comprising: a) 50 to 80 weight % of at least one linear, branched or cross-linked organic polymer (P), b) 5 to 10 weight % of an emulsifier system (S1) of the water-in-oil (W/O) type,...  
WO/2005/040491A1
An ink-jet printing process for printing textile fibre materials, wherein the fiber materials are printed with an aqueous ink comprising (l) at least one anionic acid dye, and (ll) dipropylene glycol, said ink having a viscosity of from ...  
WO/2005/040285A1
Dye mixtures comprising at least one dye of formula (1) together with at least one dye from the group of formulae (2a) and (2b), wherein the radicals are as defined in the claim, are suitable for dyeing or printing cellulosic fibre mater...  
WO/2005/038124A1
A process for the production of pigment-dyed leather (LP) wherein a tanned leather (L) is retanned at a pH £ 4.5 with (SM) a combined retanning agent, which is a combination of (S) a syntan or syntan precursor with (M) a basic metal tan...  
WO/2005/035865A2
A method of producing a printed substrate so as to improve the adhesion, colorfastness and washfastness of ink jet inks including reactive and acid dye-based ink jet inks printed onto the substrate, the method includes the steps of provi...  
WO/2005/033402A1
Disclosed is a method for the preliminary treatment of cellulose-containing textile, comprising the following steps: a) cellulose-containing textile is treated with a polymer or copolymer solution obtained by (a1) polymerizing or copolym...  
WO/2005/031061A1
The inventive method consists in applying a solution of low-substituted cellulose derivatives whose substitution degree ranges approximately from 0.1 to 0.9 on textiles and a) in removing a solvent which, if needed, dissolves the textile...  
WO2005014901A3
Process comprising stages of: (a) warp simultaneously a plurality of yarns (1) composing the "warped" unbleached roll not dyed; (b) group rolls for the loading of the dyeing machine (20); (c) indigo dyeing in yarn dyeing machines (20). A...  
WO2005005545A3
A process for dyeing or printing an article comprising a hydrophobic polymer, wherein said polymer is brought into contact with a condensation polymer obtained by condensation of at least one poly-hydroxyl-mono-carboxylic acid, prior to ...  
WO/2005/026435A1
A process for indigo dyeing of wool and wool blends comprising the steps of subjecting the wool and wool blends to a step of pretreatment by impregnation with a shrink resistance agent, subjecting the pretreated wool and wool blend yarns...  
WO/2005/026272A1
This invention pertains to an inkjet ink comprising a polyazetidinium groups containing component, various ink sets comprising this ink, including one ink set with at least one co-reactive ink, and a method of printing with the ink and i...  
WO2004063459A3
A dyed substrate having at least one dyed surface. At least one dye solution is disposed across at least a portion of the surface in combination with a migration promoting composition and/or a migration limiting composition. The migratio...  
WO/2005/024123A2
The invention relates to a process for printing or dyeing cellulose fibres or cellulose/polyester mixed fibres characterised in that the fibres are treated in any sequence with water, a watersoluble organic solvent having a boiling point...  
WO2004085739A3
The present invention is to provide a method and an apparatus for overcoming complication of the pretreating process due to diversification of materials by digitalizing a method for pretreating a fabric in an inkjet printing process by u...  
WO2004079079A3
The present invention relates to an inkjet printing ink which has good color developing property and fastness and a broad color gamut in printing various textile materials such as polyesters, cottons, silks, nylons, etc., knitted materia...  
WO/2005/021861A1
The invention relates to a sponge cloth based on regenerated cellulose. Said cloth is fibre-reinforced and the fibres and regenerated cellulose are dyed using at least one reactive dyestuff. The inventive sponge cloth is produced from a ...  
WO2004090222A3
The invention relates to a method for dyeing polyester fibres by bringing textiles into contact with a dye bath containing a textile auxiliary agent containing a homo-, co or terpolymer based on 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropane sulfonic acid...  
WO/2005/017210A1
The invention relates to a method for treating leather, which is characterized by the following steps: (a) at least one cationic or amphoteric aqueous treating agent is applied to leather in a roll-coating, roller application, and/or spr...  
WO/2005/014735A1
This invention pertains to an inkjet ink, in particular to an aqueous inkjet ink comprising pigment colorant and a specified latex binder based on a chlorinated butadiene monomer. The ink is particularly advantageous for jetting onto tex...  
WO2003104332A8
A process for printing an image on a substrate comprising applying thereto a composition comprising a liquid medium and a compound of Formula (1) A-N=N-L-N=N-A wherein: each A independently is optionally substituted aryl or heteroaryl; a...  
WO/2005/014901A2
Process comprising stages of: (a) warp simultaneously a plurality of yarns (1) composing the 'warped' unbleached roll not dyed; (b) group rolls for the loading of the dyeing machine (20); (c) indigo dyeing in yarn dyeing machines (20). A...  
WO/2005/010272A1
A dyed and finished lyocell fabric having a clean, soft­ touch finish is produced by a process in which the fabric is impregnated with a solution of a mixture of a multi-functional carboxylic acid and a Lewis acid before being heat-trea...  
WO/2005/005560A1
An ink-jetting ink capable of satisfactorily being used in an ink-jet system and forming a clear 3-D pattern, a 3-D pattern forming method using the ink, and 3-D pattern formed cloth obtained by the method. The ink-jetting ink consists o...  
WO/2005/005553A2
The invention relates to aqueous printing inks for textile printing according to the ink-jet method, said inks containing a reactive fluorescent xanthan pigment of general formula (1), wherein R1, R2 and R3, X and m have the meaning cite...  
WO/2005/005545A2
A process for dyeing or printing an article comprising a hydrophobic polymer, wherein said polymer is brought into contact with a condensation polymer obtained by condensation of at least one poly-hydroxyl-mono-carboxylic acid, prior to ...  
WO/2005/005551A1
The present invention refers to azacalixarenes of the formula (I) wherein each T independently is a 1,3,5-triazine ring, optionally substituted; each A independently is an optionally substituted aromatic or heteroaromatic ring-based unit...  
WO2004067824A3  
WO/2004/103914A1
Disclosed is a wastewater treatment device comprising at least one reaction chamber (1) that is provided with at least one inlet (2, 3), at least one outlet (4, 5), and at least one oxidant (6) for wastewater. Said reaction chamber (7) c...  
WO/2004/104277A1
A photoluminescent fibre (12) for the incorporation into a security document (4) is proposed, which is characterised in an anisotropic cross-section (9). A particularly pronounced and well observable effect when embedding such security e...  
WO/2004/101881A1
A process for tinting a molded article is disclosed. The process entails applying by spraying or by flow coating a hot, dye-solution onto at least a portion of the surface of a molded article to obtain a tinted article and washing the ti...  
WO/2004/097105A1
An ink-jet printing process for printing textile fibre materials, wherein the fiber materials are printed with an aqueous ink comprising (I) at least one fiber reactive dye, and (II) a di, tri or tetramer of a C2-C4-oxyalkylene or a mono...  
WO2004072182A3  
WO/2004/094646A1
The present invention provides xyloglucan conjugates useful as molecular anchors for attaching various functional chemical groups to cellulose or cellulosic materials. The functional groups in the xyloglucan conjugates can serve as dyes,...  
WO/2004/092475A1
A color deepening agent for fibers is characterized by comprising an amino-modified silicone with a terminal silanol group having a refractive index of not more than 1.5, porous inorganic fine particles, and hydrogen polysiloxane.  
WO/2004/090222A2
The invention relates to a method for dyeing polyester fibres by bringing textiles into contact with a dye bath containing a textile auxiliary agent containing a homo-, co or terpolymer based on 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropane sulfonic acid...  
WO/2004/090223A1
The invention relates to a method for dyeing a flat textile piece (1), in particular a flat fabric or a polyester filament/fibre pile fabric. The inventive method consists in applying a colour to a piece (1), heating said piece (1) in a ...  
WO2003006734A8
Aqueous textile fibre degreasing agents (WE) essentially consisting of (A) at least one amine oxide of the average formula (I), as defined in Claim 1, (B) at least one hexanediol, (C) at least one secondary, branched or cyclic hexanol, (...  
WO/2004/085553A1
A water-based coloring composition and a water-based coating composition with each of which the number of operation steps such as dyeing, printing, painting, and coating can be significantly reduced. The compositions enable functional co...  
WO/2004/085739A2
The present invention is to provide a method and an apparatus for overcoming complication of the pretreating process due to diversification of materials by digitalizing a method for pretreating a fabric in an inkjet printing process by u...  
WO2003062515A3
A modal fabric is given a clean, soft-touch surface finish by impregnating the fabric with an acid or acid donor such as magnesium chloride, heat-treating the impregnated fabric in a gaseous atmosphere to activate the acid or acid donor ...  
WO/2004/083336A2
The present invention provides functional finishing dyes comprising at least one functional finishing group covalently attached to a traditional dye via a chemical linkage. More particularly, the present invention provides novel antimicr...  
WO/2004/079079A2
The present invention relates to an inkjet printing ink which has good color developing property and fastness and a broad color gamut in printing various textile materials such as polyesters, cottons, silks, nylons, etc., knitted materia...  
WO/2004/076505A1
The present invention is directed to the preparation of fibrous substrates, including textiles, marked with colloidal particle nanobar codes, to the fibrous substrates so prepared, and to methods for detecting the nanobar codes on the fi...  
WO/2004/075816A2
The invention relates to a method for producing plant extracts having a standardized flavonoid content, particularly a standardized luteolin content. According to said method, plant material of Reseda plants, which is pre-extracted with ...  
WO/2004/076738A1
The invention relates to a composition containing at least one amine salt of an alkylaryl sulfonate and at least one alkoxylated alkyl amine, which can be used as a levelling agent for dyeing fibre-containing materials, in addition to a ...  
WO2004031468A3
The invention provides a method of colouring a material, the method comprising the steps of: (a) Inkjetting a salt of an organic acid onto the material; and (b) Inkjetting a reactive dye onto the material. The invention further provides ...  
WO/2004/074385A1
A reactive dye composition comprising a blue reactive dye represented by the general formula (A) and a blue reactive dye represented by the general formula (1), which composition permits highly reproducible, level and fast dyeing of cell...  
WO/2004/072361A1
Disclosed are dye formulations containing A) 5 to 25 percent by weight of at least one unsulfonated azo metal complex dye, B) 75 to 95 percent by weight of an organic solvent, C) 1 to 40 percent by weight of polyvinylpyrrolidon, and D) 1...  
WO/2004/072182A2
A novel method of dyeing the textile article from medicinally rich herbs, developed natural, unique, deep & fast coloured textile article having medicinal effect to cure number of diseases and shield the human skin. Successive stages of ...  
WO/2004/070109A1
A method for pad printing a pattern on a textile substrate with a pad printing machine, and fabric and apparel so formed from the textile substrate. The method includes the steps of positioning the textile substrate on the printing area ...  

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