Let Off Air Systematically
In textile finishing, the use of wetting agents ranges from pretreatment to final finishing; thus, the product requirements are diverse. To fully identify the property profile of a wetting agent, the RUDOLF GROUP tests, amongst other things, the following properties.
The anionic “pearl“ amongst the wetting agents - For reactive dyes
Pearls - The power of beauty and uniqueness
Pearls are, amongst others, the oldest jewellery of man. Their natural shape and surface are beautiful and perfect. This is why pearls do not need to be polished, in contrast to gems. Thus, they were in great demand, and one started to specifically search for them. According to old writings, there were already pearl-fisherman along the coast of Sri Lanka, the former Ceylon, 2500 years ago. Divers burdened with weights went down to the sea bed to look for sea shells and pearls, which - without oxygen or protection from sharks - was quite a dangerous venture.
Amylases for biocatalytic starch degradation
Before wovens can be finished they have to be desized. This process is the basis for smoothly implementing all further finishing steps. Apart from working out customer-specific recipes and processes, the RUDOLF GROUP is focusing on the market-oriented development of new enzyme products and product-systems.