- The material is dyed in rope form using a continuous loop. Our diverse assortment of 21 jets provide various load-size capacities.
- Knit capacity: 25 lbs. up to 3,000 lbs.
- Woven capacity: 50 yds. up to 5,000 yds.
- The material is dyed in a rope form, over an elliptical real at slow speeds to ensure optimal results without bruising, or scuffing.
- Warp knits capacity: our dye becks range from 100 lbs. up to 500 lbs.
- Fabrics: sensitive or delicate fabrics
- The material is wound onto the beam, which is then inserted into the dyeing machine.
- Capacity: our units can do a minimum of 500 lbs. up to 2,500 lbs. per load
- Fabric widths: 48” up to 168” wide
- The material is held on rollers in open width to help avoid creasing while moving back and forth through the dye bath between two rollers.
- Capacity: our jigs can hold between 750 yards up to 2,500 yards.
- This process is typically used for garment dyeing, although it has the capability to dye stretch nylon type fabrics giving inherent stretch to the goods.
- Capacity: 10 lbs. for samples up to 1,000 lbs.
Pigment Pad Dyeing
- The material is passed through a dye bath at full width and then passed between two rollers which squeeze the excess dye out of the material.
- Minimum: 3,000 yds.
- Fabric Type(s): polyester or nylon
- Colors: limited to whites and medium shades