Taigal C-65

Textile Auxiliaries
Leveling Agent
Dyeing Process

Remark: Suitable Limit

Suitable fiber




Taigal C-65 is a dyeing agent for Nomex and Kavler fibers’ dyeing. It can promote dyeing ability for the various fire retardant fibers, yarns, and cloths.




  1. Appearance: Colorless ~ Light yellow transparent liquid
  2. pH (1% Solution): pH5~8
  3. Main ingredient: Aryl ether composition
  4. Ionic character: non ionic
  5. Solubility: Soluble in cold and warm water
  6. Storage: Storing at room temperature for at least 20 months




  1. It’s an unique, low odor product developed for cationic dyeable polyamide. Such as: NOMEX.
  2. It does not emit noxious odor, normally associated with the dyeing of NOMEX when using carriers which based on ace to phenome nor does it leave residual odors in the finished goods.
  3. It has no known adverse toxicological or eco-toxicological properties.
  4. It is low foaming and can be used in jet machines.




The recommendations are as follows:

  1. Scouring
    Scourner WN-T 1.0~2.0 g/l
    Soda ash (Na2CO3) 0.5~2.0 g/l 60~100 x20~30 min
  2. Polyphosphoric acid 20 g/l 60 x 60 min drop bath
    (Neutralization) → Hot washing
  3. Light to Medium shades
    Taigal C-65 20~25 g/l
    Sodium nitrate 12~15 g/l
    Taiacryl CD dyes X %
    Dyeacid HP PH 3 ~4 120 x 60 min
  4. Dark shades
    Taigal C-65 20~25 g/l
    Sodium nitrate 12~15 g/l
    Taiacryl CD dyes X %
    Dyeacid HP PH 2.5 ~4 120~135 x 60 min
  5. Soaping
    Scourner WN-T 1~2g/l 90~100  x20 min(2~3time)
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

Leveling auxiliary designed to facilitate even and consistent coloration, ensuring effective dye uptake throughout the textiles.

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