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Print on mercerized cotton fabric

20 g/kg

C. I. Reactive Yellow 95
CAS No. -
Chemical Class Reactive azodye
Suitability for application cotton viscose
Steaming suitable suitable
HT-steaming suitable suitable
Dry heat baking suitable suitable
Flash ageing suitable suitable
Wet development suitable suitable
Cold pad-batch suitable suitable
Washability 1 1


Suitability for other materials
Polyamide suitable
Natural silk suitable
Wool suitable


Suitability for additional finish
Neutral discharge 5 g/l  5 50 g/l  3-4 45 g/l  5
Alkaline discharge 5 g/l  5 50 g/l  4-5 45 g/l  5
Caustic crape 4-5
PVC coating suitable
Rubberizing suitable


Fastness cotton viscose
standard depth 1/25 1/6 1/1 1/25 1/6 1/1
Light Xenotest 3-4 4 5      
Light Xenotest - Wet            
standard depth 1/1 1/1
Water 5 5 5      
Chlorinated watter   4-5        
Washing 95°C 5 5 5      
Domestic laundering 95°C + perborate 5 5 5      
Perspiration acid 5 5 5      
Perspiration alkaline 5 5 5      
Rubbing dry            
Rubbing wet            
Hot pressing dry immediately            
Hot pressing dry after 4 h            


Application possibilities
One-phase printing method
Two-phase printing method - Short time steaming
Two-phase printing method - Cold dwelling
Two-phase printing method - Wet development
suitable  partially suitable  unsuitable
Testing methods

Fastness standards

Light Xenotest ISO 105-B02-1994
Wet light Xenotest 30 weathering cycles
  ISO 105-B04-1994
Water ISO 105-E01-1994
Chlorinated water ISO 105 E03-1994
Washing 90°C ISO 105-C04-1989
Domestic laundering with perborate
  ISO 105-C06-1994, test E2S
Perspiration ISO 105-E04-1994
Rubbing ISO 105-X12-1993
Hot pressing ISO 105 X11-1994
Migration into PVC ISO 105-X10-1993
The fastness data given in tables denote
for light fastness for other fastness data
  (incl. Wet light)
1 - very poor 1 - poor
2 - poor 2 - moderate
3 - moderate 3 - fairly good
4 - fairly good 4 - good
5 - good 5 - very good
6 - very good  
7 - excellent  
8 - unsurpassed  
The numbers at the individual dye fastness data mean
First number - change of shade
Second number - staining on a white adjacent fabric made from the same material as a test sample
Third number - staining on a white adjacent fabric according to the given standard
At the fastness to hot pressing the numbers mean:
First number - change of shade just after the testing
Second number - change of shade after 4 hours



The degree specifies the unfixed dye portion washability from the printed cellulose material

1 - very good
2 - good
3 - poor



Neutral or alkaline discharges are printed on predyed material. The dyed material is steamed at 102°C for 10 minutes and then washed in cold and hot water. The dischargeability is evaluated according to scale

1 - undischargeable
2 - little dischargeable
3 - coloured dischargeable
4 - well dischargeable
5 - white dischargeable


Caustic crape

A perfectly washed and dried, dyed or printed material is craped by printing with sodium hydroxide solution 40-45%. After dwelling for 15 minutes the material is washed in cold water then in the bath containing 5-7 ml/l acetic acid 30% and again rinsed in cold water. The change of shade is evaluated according to the grey scale.



The suitability for additional rubberizing is determined on the rubber poison content basis.

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