Procedures

How to Moth-Proof Wool

Wool, due to its Keratin structure, provides a source of food for moths and carpet…

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How to Treat Wool with a Water Repellent

Wool naturally tends to be somewhat hydrophobic and requires very little additional water repellency unless…

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How to Treat Wool with a Flame Retardant

Wool, by its nature, is generally somewhat flame retardant and does not require a lot…

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How to Treat Wool with an Anti-Static Agent

In general, anti-static agents may be applied to wool in the oiling application(card oil) as…

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How to Resin-Finish Spandex® & Blends

Orco Padding Resin FGT™          Durable/for continuous operations Orcoset Resin CN™   …

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Technical Bulletins

Dye Class Descriptions for Wool

Orcoacid™ dyes find use in the piece dyeing of wool and worsted goods.  Their inherent…

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Dye Class & Pigment Descriptions for Spandex®

Orcolan Neutral™ dyes are 2:1 premetallized acid dyes and because of their large molecular size…

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Orco™ Powder & Dispersion Pigment Storage, Handling, and Preparation

Storage Orco™ Pigments should be kept in a dry area and elevated so container is…

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Orco™ Acid Dye Description, Storage, Handling, and Preparation

Description   The Orco Lanamide™ product line consists of non-hazardous, non-chrome dyes applicable to nylon, wool, and blends thereof and…

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Dye Class and Pigment Descriptions for Nylon

The Orco Lanamide™ product line consists of non-hazardous, non-chrome dyes applicable to nylon, wool, and blends thereof and offer high…

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