Organic Dyes and Pigments has been a major supplier of dyes, pigments and auxiliary chemicals to the Textile Industry for a significant number of years. Our expertise is well known in a various number of Textile related markets, from Apparel, Contract & Home Furnishings, to Medical, Military and Transportation. Our two laboratories (Union, SC and Lincoln, RI) are staffed with experienced chemists and color technicians, supported by state of the art equipment and color computers. We have the ability to provide technical solutions for dye, pigment and chemical applications in most Textile related markets.
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Whether it’s woven or knit constructed, inner or outer worn, or natural or synthetic fiber, Organic Dye can supply the appropriate dye, chemical and technical expertise to accommodate any Textile Apparel need. We supply many different product lines representing just about any dye class commercially available, as well as the chemical auxiliaries to make it all work.
Contact your Organic Dye Representative today for further information regarding the appropriate dyes and chemicals for the specific fibers or end-use for Apparel Textiles.
Performance Apparel is a growing market that showcases clothing and fashion that has a designed form and function for those who wear it. A relatively new market, Performance Apparel is often characterized as the melding of performance accentuating athletic wear with the comfort and styling of comfortable clothing – now commonly known as Athleisure. Organic Dyes and Chemicals are experts at supplying the particular dyes and chemicals for the typical fibers used in Performance Apparel – Polyester, Nylon, & Spandex.
Contact your Organic Dye Representative today for further information regarding the appropriate dyes and chemicals for the specific fibers or end-use for Performance Apparel Textiles.
Commercial Furniture, also known as Contract Furniture, is any type of furniture or furnishings used for commercial purposes. This type of furniture is used in commercial facilities such as offices, hotels, airports, restaurants, and institutions – in any area that has high traffic and frequent use. Contract Furnishings typically require more stringent wear, light, and color fastness compared to regular furnishings. Organic Dyes and Pigments will supply the correct colorant to meet processing and fastness parameters for Contract Furnishing application.
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Textiles, be they woven, knit or nonwoven, all require a fiber or yarn to be manufactured. There are a large number of different fibers and yarns available, falling into two general classes – man-made (synthetic) and natural (derived from nature). Dyeing a particular fiber or yarn usually requires a dye that is specific to that fiber – using the wrong dye will result in improper shade development and poor color fastness. Organic Dyes and Pigments has the expertise to identify the proper dye FOR a particular fiber or yarn, and the technical experience to keep the dye on the fiber. Ask us how to dye Acetate, Acrylic, Cotton, Nomex®, Nylon, Polyester, Silk, Spandex or Wool.
Textile Home Furnishings are anything used to furnish a house, such as carpets, drapes, furniture, and fabric accessories (pillows etc.). These textiles are used to enhance the internal environment and spaces, usually to provide comfort, protection and function. Home furnishings can also be used as design accents.
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Textile materials mainly used in industry and manufactured industrial products are called industrial Textiles and are widely used in the chemical, mechanical, civil, brush, belt and strapping markets. Typically, Industrial Textiles require a strong tensile strength, abrasion resistance, and longer product life than conventional textiles and are often combined with other materials to form a functional “sandwich” or composite. Industrial Textiles are primarily made from synthetic fibers and are dyed for many reasons, including identification, safety, branding and reinforcement. Industrial Textiles may also require a specific chemical finish or resin to enhance performance.
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Medical Textiles are versatile fabrics designed to treat wounds, provide fluid barriers, or enhance hygiene and safety for medical personnel. Depending on their end-use, Medical Textiles can incorporate both synthetic and natural fibers. Dye application to Medical Textiles has to not only take into account proper shade development but also be mindful of specific fastness, chemistry, and performance that the Medical Textile will incorporate.
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The varied Military Textiles market incorporates fibers and fabrics for more than just uniforms – it also includes tents, backpacks, cords, ropes, straps, boots, and a variety of other accessories utilized by military and law enforcement personnel. Fibers used in Military Textiles include polyester, cotton and nylon, but also incorporate highly technical fibers such as Nomex® and Kevlar®, all with strict parameters on dye application and development, coupled with significant stringent performance specifications known as MIL-SPEC.
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A Fiber Mini Mill is a smaller, modular version of an industrial wool processing mill. These mills process a variety of fibers for local or regional farmers looking to convert their fleece into yarn or felt. Typical Mini Mill processing can include Carding, Blending, Drawing, Drying, Fiber Separation, Picking, Spinning, Steaming, Scouring, and Dyeing – all done on modular equipment designed and configured to optimize efficiency while maximizing the aesthetic appeal that is so unique to these beautiful fibers.
Organic Dyes and Pigments LLC has been a major supplier of colorants and processing chemicals to the global woolen industry for well over half a century. The explosive growth in Mini Mills and the Cottage Spinning Industry is driven by many factors – the desire for authenticity, reduction of footprint, artistic expression, and uniqueness. Organic’s range of offerings are the discerned choice for processing wool, alpaca, llama, mohair, and many other natural fibers.
Transportation is the largest user of technical textiles, used in the construction of automobiles, railways, ships, aircraft, spacecraft etc. Transportation Textiles provide a means of decoration and a warm, soft touch to surfaces that are necessary features for human well-being and comfort. These textiles are also essential components of the more functional parts of all road vehicles, trains, aircraft, and sea vessels. Accordingly, they more likely have stringent requirements for abrasion resistance, wear, water repellency, fire retardancy, and lightfastness.
Contact your Organic Dye Representative today for further information regarding the appropriate dyes or chemicals for the specific fibers or end-use for Transportation Textiles.