Manufacturer & Supplier of Vat Paste & Vat Powder

Vat Paste is used for printing purpose. The pastes have excellent brightness, dispersion and all fastness properties and can cover a range of colours from yellow to black. These dyes are the most important dyes for dyeing and printing on cotton and cellulosic fibres. Vat Paste have washing, light, perspiration, chlorine and rubbing fastness. All the dyes we are producing are also available in the paste form. Dye loading varies from 30-50%. They are recommended for textile printing. Focusing on a customer-centric approach, Pink Rose Pigments has a pan-India presence and caters to a huge consumer base throughout the country.

ROSENON VAT DISPERSION 1% 4% C.I. NO LIGHT FASTNESS WASHING FASTNESS CHLORINE
Vat Yellow GCN Yellow-2 4-5 5 5
Vat G. Yellow GOK Mixing Tone 6-7 4 5
Vat Orange RF Orange-5 5 4 4-5
Vat Pink R Red-1 6 4-5 5
Vat Violet 2R Violet-1 6-7 5 5
Vat Red Violet RRN Violet-3 6 4-5 5
Vat Green FFB Green-1 7 5 5
Vat Blue 4g Blue-5 4-5 4 3-4
Vat Blue 4B Blue-5 5 5 4
Vat Brown RRD Brown-5 7 4-5 5
Vat Grey 3B Black-16 6-7 5 5
Vat Black BG Black-7 6-7 5 5

Vat Dispersion is a fine dispersion of vat dyestuff because of excellent brightness. It is mainly suitable for discharge prints by dischargeable dyes cellulose fabric. It also suitable for textile printing on cellulosic fabric like cotton, rayon, viscose staple, cuprammonium rayon etc.

Preparation of Printing Paste

  • Thickner :-
  • Water :-
  • Rosenon Vat Dispersion :-

 

[5% Shade]

900 gm

50 gm

50 gm

100 Gm

 

Preparation of Thickner

  • Indalca Gum AGBV Gum UBV :-
  • British Gum :-
  • Maize Starch :-
3% or 3%

3%

6%

These all are cooked together with water till transparent mass is obtained and cooled at room temperature them and adjust the viscosity as per requirement.

Stock Paste

  • Rangolite c Powder :-
  • Potassium Carbonate :-
  • Glycerine :-
  • Above Thickner (B) :-
150 gm

120 gm

50 gm

680 gm

Note : Stock Paste is filtered through a fine mesh cloth before printing.

Oxidation

  • Above Steamed Fabric is oxidised by treating in a bath containing Hydrogen Paroxide :-
  • Sodium Perborate :-
  • Acetic Acid at 45°C :-
2-3 CC / Lit

 

2-3 Gm / Lit

0.5-1         CC / Lit

Temperature for 10 Minutes

To keep the steamed fabric for air oxidation before chemical oxidation

Drying and Steaming

Printed cloth should be dried well at 55°C & Steaming is carried out continuously in rapid ager (10-15) Minutes or star ager (25 mints) in complete absence of air with moist at 101°c-103°c under pressure.

Soaping

After oxidating rinsed well and soaped at warm
3 Gms / Lit Soap.
2 Gms / Lit Soda Ash.
(Viscose Fabrics at 80°C.) than wash and dried cloth.