Flow Chart of Turquoise Dyeing Process

Turquoise Dyestuff: 

Turquoise is the name of a greenish-blue color. It is one of the most popular colors. Dyeing of turquoise color is very critical. Because of poor washing fastness properties of turquoise dyestuff. The dyeing procedure of turquoise dyestuff is slightly different from another dyeing. The Flow Chart of the Turquoise Dyeing Process is given below.

Flow Chart of Turquoise Dyeing Process
Turquoise dyeing

Flow Chart of Turquoise Dyestuff Dyeing Process

Turquoise Dyestuff Dyeing Process is given below:

Lab dip receive

Input id number entry

Recipe making→ from data color

Recipe calculation


Fabric weighting & fabric input

Fabric input into dye bath for dyeing

600 C * 15 min

900 C * 15 min

Cooling to 600 C * 15 min (Alkali Dosing)

800 C * 60 min

Cooling to 400 C * 10 min


Cold wash

Acid wash




Shade matching

Shade ok
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Lab dip cutting

Submit to buyer

Buyer approval

If Ok then send to production floor / If not Ok then again recipe making with the help of data color

Coloration Technique of Turquoise:

Reactive dyes for turquoise hue have definite properties of larger structure results shade deviation between batches in knit fabric dyeing. Dyeing technique of turquoise color as well as comprehensive analysis on deviations on shade and physico-chemical properties. Which concerning batches of dyed knitted fabric with respective utility consumption has been investigated in this research. To obtain the level and magnitudes of deviation, three batches of cotton knitted fabric dyed with turquoise color having the same recipe, as well as the same condition, were examined. The ailment of shade on different stages of knit dyeing with turquoise color also reported. Process chemicals, parameters, process flow, and visual analysis on the lightbox as well as spectrophoto meter analysis of all three samples were supplemented. Besides color strength as well as utility and time consumption of each batch have an inclusive investigation. After widespread analysis of the samples, a considerable shade deviation has been testified which leads to reprocessing. As a result, the production rate becomes lower, fabrics damage, production cost, chemicals, and water consumption become higher, which upshots ruthless impact on the environment through higher pollutants generation.

Author of this Article:
Rana Sohel 
 Executive Engineer 
 Sunman Textile Mills Ltd. Chittagong 
 Cell: +8801912-420118 
 Email: [email protected]


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