Taicell PCG-1500

Textile Auxiliaries
Chelating Agent
Dyeing Process

Remark: Suitable Limit

Suitable fiber




Chelating is the great importance in the textile processing such as scouring, bleaching, dyeing and aftertreatment. Unchelated metal ion such as Calaium、Magnesium and Iron will cause bad influence in wet process. Although hard water is the main source of the metal ion, but not the only one. As we know Calcium and Magnesium are found in the natural fibers. Iron frequently enters the bath through pipes, tanks and other equipment made of Iron。




  1. Appearance: light yellow liquid.
  2. Ionic: anionic/nonioni.
  3. pH value (1% sol.): 10±1.
  4. Main component: compound of phosphonate and polycarboxylate.
  5. Solubility:easily dilutable with water.
  6. Storage: good storability.




  1. Taicell PCG-1500 shows high chelating power on Ca++、Mg++、Fe++.
  2. Excellent dispersing properties.
  3. To be stable at high temperature and pressure, and never decrease the chelating power in strong alkaline liquid.
  4. Taicell PCG-1500 is suitable for all wet processes.
  5. Taicell PCG-1500 can prolong the life of H2O2 in the peroxide bleaching bath. (If Taicell PCG-1500 is not efficient at 100℃ for stabilizing peroxide during the bleach, the Taicell HS-3000 is recommended to use)




  1. Scouring and soaping
    Taicell PCG-1500 0.5~1.0 g/l is recommended, the quantity depending on hard water conditions.
  2. Bleaching and dyeing
    Taicell PCG-1500 1.0~2.0g/l o.w.f. is recommended.
  3. When the Iron is present, Taicell PCG-1500 2.0~3.0 g/l is recommended.
Disclaimer: Due to differences in scanning equipment and monitor settings, the color of the fiber in the scanned technology data sheet may vary. For accurate color assessment, please inquire.
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Textile auxiliaries are specialized chemicals used in textile processing to improve fabric quality, including products for pretreatment, dyeing, color fixation, brightening, and softening.

Series Features

Pretreatment auxiliary ensuring optimal conditioning of fiber for subsequent dyeing and finishing processes.

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