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  • China Textile Disperse Dyes for Wastewater Color

    BWD-01 water decoloring agent have very good performance in t extile disperse dyes wastewater color removal CAS No.: 55295-98-2 Product Name: BWD-01 water decoloring agent polymer Chemical Name: Dicyandiamide polymer resin This product is a quaternary cationic polymer which is specialized product to treat effluent for color removal…

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  • China Blue Color Dyes Wastewater

    2018-9-25 · Textile Dyeing Wastewater Treatment Zongping Wang, Miaomiao Xue, Kai Huang and Zizheng Liu ... Polyester Azo dyes,Disperse dyes Polyester-cotton Disperse Vat dyes,Disperse Insoluble dye ... Due to usage of dyes and chemicals, effluents are dark in color, which increases the turbidity of water body. This in turn

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  • Textile Dyeing Wastewater Treatment - IntechOpen

    China Dyeing Wastewater Water Decoloring Agent for Color Removal, Find details about China Dyeing, Dyeing Wastewater from Dyeing Wastewater Water Decoloring Agent for Color Removal - Yixing Bluwat Chemicals Co., Ltd.

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  • Dyeing Wastewater Water Decoloring Agent for

    Corpus ID: 33731432. Investigation of Color Removal by Chemical Oxidation for Three Reactive Textile Dyes and Spent Textile Dye Wastewater @inproceedings{Edwards2000InvestigationOC, title={Investigation of Color Removal by Chemical Oxidation for Three Reactive Textile Dyes and Spent Textile Dye …

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  • [PDF] Investigation of Color Removal by Chemical

    2013-12-16 · textile wastewater treatment30.36. It has been found that a particular flocculent is suitable for only certain dyes; for example, alum is unsatisfactory for the removal of colour generated from azoic, reactive, acid and basic dyes, but is good for treating disperse, vat and sulphur dyes4. Combinations of various chemicals

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  • Colour removal from textile effluents

    REFERENCES [1] Himanshu Patel and R.T. Vashi, “Treatment of textile wastewater by adsorption and Influent of different dose for COD, BOD and color coagulation”, E-Journal of Chemistry, removal by Alum Volume no. 7(4), PP 1468-1476, 2010 [2] Dr: Hoda Roushdy Guendy, “Removal of Azo Reactive, Direct Dyes from Wastewater …

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  • (PDF) REMOVAL OF REACTIVE DYES USING

    soluble except disperse dyes and vat dyes. ... Methods for textile wastewater color removal. ... There follow the strategies to be adopted for water reuse and the recovery of dyes and chemicals ...

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  • (PDF) Abstract review on: Current treatment

    2021-1-1 · Synthetic dyes finds ample use in the textile industry, cosmetic industry, food technology, paper industry, leather tanning industry, hair coloring industry, light-harvesting solar cells, photoelectrochemical cells, agricultural research, etc. .Although these industries impart a significant part of the economy for every …

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  • Dyes and their removal technologies from

    2017-6-9 · color removal but use more energy and chemicals than biological processes [2,3]. Synthetic dyes are preferred for use over natural dyes due to their superior performance. Also, synthetic dyes of-fer a wider variety of colors. wastewater or effluents from industries that manufacture paints, pigments and

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  • Chemical For Textile Dye Removal From

    Mainly used for Color Removal and COD Reduction for wastewater from textile dyeing & printing mills, dyestuffs & pigment mills, ink & paper making mills. Suitable to treat waste water with Reactive dye, Acid dye, Disperse dye, Direct dye, Sulphur dye, Vat dye etc.. Can be used in the production process of Paper & Pulp as Retention Agent.

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  • (PDF) Use of water treatment residuals for colour

    The use of readily available water treatment residuals (WTR) as a low-cost material for removal of colour from real textile wastewater was investigated.

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  • Color Removal from Dye Wastewater: A Review

    2017-9-7 · Abstract - Dyes are organic compounds which are highly toxic in many aspects and it is advisable to remove them from the environment that they are polluting. The legislation in many countries has become stringent and thus has led to research of new techniques for removal of dyes and their color from dye wastewater…

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  • (PDF) Electrochemical Oxidation and Ozonation

    The variability in color removal for the pigment and disperse dyes may be related to the concentration and type of auxiliary chemicals used. Color criteria for reusing wastewater for reactive dye ...

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  • The Treatment of Industrial Effluents forthe

    2016-9-9 · wastewater treatment in industry. Predominantly, is a critical review of literature conferred the it removal of textile dyes forthe treatment of industrial wastewater by using techniques, technologies, adsorbents thoroughly. Certainly,Adsorption is the sole and ultimateapproach forremoval of textile dyes through industrial wastewater …

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  • Product - Hangzhou Fucai Chem Co.,Ltd

    Red Color Dyes Wastewater Color Removal Chemicals Disperse Red 2GH Disperse Red 50. Disperse Dyestuff Yellow 6gfs 200% Y-114 for Clothing Disperse Yellow 6GSL Disperse Yellow 114. Disperse Blue 148 or Disperse Blue Se-3rt Disperse Blue 3RT Disperse Blue 148

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  • WASTEWATER TREATMENT & ZERO LIQUID

    2018-8-30 · The Coats Vietnam wastewater treatment plant treats the wastewater originating from it’s polyester dyeing (disperse dyes - 70%) and nylon dyeing (acid dyes - 30%) processes. Additional wastewater originates from the cotton towel dyeing using vat reactive dyes. The two main chemicals for disperse dyeing are a …

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  • WASTEWATER TREATMENT & ZERO LIQUID

    2018-8-30 · The wastewater treatment plant at Coats Vietnam will treat the wastewater originating from it’s polyester dyeing (disperse dyes - 70%) and nylon dyeing (acid dyes - 30%). Additional wastewater originates from the cotton towel dyeing using vat/reactive dyes. For disperse dyeing, the two main chemicals used …

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  • Electrochemical Oxidation and Ozonation for

    The variability in color removal for the pigment and disperse dyes may be related to the concentration and type of auxiliary chemicals used. Color criteria for reusing wastewater for reactive dye was determined to be Δ E ⩽ 2. This level of treatment provided an acceptable level of residual color for reuse in dark color dyeing …

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  • Removal of COD, aromaticity and color of a pretreated ...

    such as textile dyes, chemicals, printing dyes and chemicals, paper chemicals, electrostatic powder dyes and optical brighteners.The aim of this study is to investigate the treatability of chemical oxygen demand (COD), aromaticity and color in the wastewater of this sector, where highly complex chemicals are used. Most …

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  • CW -08 Color Removal Chemical Decoloring

    It is a special product for textile dyeing effluent color removal, especial the wastewater containing the hydrophilic dyes (reactive dyes, acid dyes, disperse dyes etc.), less dosage, the color clear, fast speed, high processing liquid clarification of the settlement, also improve the COD removal rate.

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  • Green Materials for Removal of Dyes Present in

    2016-9-9 · textile, etc., use dyes in order to color their products. The presence of these dyes in wastewater from these industries, even at very low concentrations, is highly visible and undesirable [1-2]. Color is the first contaminant to be recognized, and environmental regulations in most of the

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  • Electrochemical Oxidation and Ozonation for

    The variability in color removal for the pigment and disperse dyes may be related to the concentration and type of auxiliary chemicals used. Color criteria for reusing wastewater for reactive dye was determined to be Δ E ⩽ 2. This level of treatment provided an acceptable level of residual color for reuse in dark color dyeing …

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  • Textile Wastewater Treatment: A Critical Review –

    The textile dyeing wastewater has a large amount of complex components with high concentrations of organic, high-color and changing greatly characteristics The textile wastewater generated from cotton dyeing industry is extremely polluted due to presence of reactive dyes which are not readily amenable to biological treatment.

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  • A REVIEW OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES WASTE

    2016-9-9 · The textile industry generates huge quantities of complex chemical substances as a part of unused materials including dyes in the form of wastewater during various stages of textile manufacturing and processing. To produce 1kg of textile about 200L of water is consumed [1]. The chemicals present in the waste water …

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  • WASTEWATER TREATMENT & ZERO LIQUID

    2018-8-30 · The wastewater treatment plant at Coats Vietnam will treat the wastewater originating from it’s polyester dyeing (disperse dyes - 70%) and nylon dyeing (acid dyes - 30%). Additional wastewater originates from the cotton towel dyeing using vat/reactive dyes. For disperse dyeing, the two main chemicals used …

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  • A Review of State-of-the-Art Technologies in Dye ...

    2016-7-14 · wastewater’s color, which is due to the remaining dyes. However, color removal has been a great challenge over the past decades, and up to now there is no single and economically attractive treatment that can effectively decolorize dyes, and new technologies for wastewater decolorization are especially needed [11–13].

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  • Removal of COD, aromaticity and color of a pretreated ...

    such as textile dyes, chemicals, printing dyes and chemicals, paper chemicals, electrostatic powder dyes and optical brighteners.The aim of this study is to investigate the treatability of chemical oxygen demand (COD), aromaticity and color in the wastewater of this sector, where highly complex chemicals are used. Most …

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  • Decolourization of textile dye effluents

    3 Textile industry is one of the biggest consumer of potable water as well as chemicals used during textile processing stages Dyeing & finishing stages are the major producer of wastewater with complex characteristics The unused dyes & chemicals are discharged as dye effluents from various units Dyeing Bleaching …

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  • CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study

    2016-6-3 · reported approximately 280,000 tons of textile dyes were discharged into the environment per year. Consequently, most of the textile dyes remained in marine ecosystem (Shertate and Thorat, 2013). Table 1.1 shows the loss of dye as effluent after dyeing process for different dye-fiber systems.

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  • 55% Textile Industry Decolorizing Agent As Color

    It is a special product for textile dyeing effluent color removal, especial the wastewater containing the hydrophilic dyes (reactive dyes, acid dyes, disperse dyes etc.), less dosage, the color clear, fast speed, high processing liquid clarification of the settlement, also improve the COD removal rate.

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  • Colorless Liquid Water Decoloring Agent Water

    Water Treatment Chemical for Textile Color Removal Water Decoloring Agent BWD-01. Description: The experimental results indicate that the BWD-01 Water Decoloring Agent not only on hydrophobic dispersed dye color removal effect is excellent and of hydrophilic dye (reactive dyes, acid dyes) in addition to the effect of color is also very good, the dyeing wastewater …

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  • Textiles wastewater treatment technology: A

    Textile wastewater generally contains various chemicals such as dyes (i.e., azo dyes, triphenylmethanes dyes anthraquinone dyes, nitroseds dyes, xanthenes dyes, phthalocyanines dyes, polymethine dyes, and indigoids) and inorganic compounds (metals) (Berradi et al., 2019). The features of high color density, high …

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  • Textile Wastewater Treatment: A Critical Review –

    The textile dyeing wastewater has a large amount of complex components with high concentrations of organic, high-color and changing greatly characteristics The textile wastewater generated from cotton dyeing industry is extremely polluted due to presence of reactive dyes which are not readily amenable to biological treatment.

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  • Chemical Precipitation Treatment for the Disperse

    The general color removal effect for the disperse dye(B56 and B79) solutions, the Ferric sulfate was more proper coagulant than the Alum. It was showed that TOC removal was improved 5% and over by the addition of Calcium hydroxide, and 30mg/ℓ of sludge yield was decreased(B79).

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  • Green Materials for Removal of Dyes Present in

    2016-9-9 · textile, etc., use dyes in order to color their products. The presence of these dyes in wastewater from these industries, even at very low concentrations, is highly visible and undesirable [1-2]. Color is the first contaminant to be recognized, and environmental regulations in most of the

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  • Current Technologies for Biological Treatment of

    2017-8-27 · eters such as chemical oxygen demand (COD), BOD, pH, color, and salinity with textile processing. The wastewater composition will depend on the different organic-based com-pounds, chemicals, and dyes used in the industrial dry- and wet-processing steps [15]. The main pollutants of textile wastewater …

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  • A REVIEW OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES WASTE

    2016-9-9 · The textile industry generates huge quantities of complex chemical substances as a part of unused materials including dyes in the form of wastewater during various stages of textile manufacturing and processing. To produce 1kg of textile about 200L of water is consumed [1]. The chemicals present in the waste water …

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  • Decolourization of textile dye effluents

    3 Textile industry is one of the biggest consumer of potable water as well as chemicals used during textile processing stages Dyeing & finishing stages are the major producer of wastewater with complex characteristics The unused dyes & chemicals are discharged as dye effluents from various units Dyeing Bleaching …

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  • Production, Characterization and Treatment of Textile ...

    2019-4-18 · [5-7]. Other dyes, like dispersed dyes (Disperse yellow 218 and disperse navy 35), basic dyes (basic orange 37 and basic red 1) and direct dyes, are used to dye synthetic fibres [8,4]. Reactive dyes are the most commonly used cellulose fibre dye. Cotton, one of the most widely used fibres is dyed mainly using reactive . dyes.

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  • Product - Hangzhou Fucai Chem Co.,Ltd

    Red Color Dyes Wastewater Color Removal Chemicals Disperse Red 2GH Disperse Red 50. Disperse Dyestuff Yellow 6gfs 200% Y-114 for Clothing Disperse Yellow 6GSL Disperse Yellow 114. Disperse Blue 148 or Disperse Blue Se-3rt Disperse Blue 3RT Disperse Blue 148

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  • Colorless Liquid Water Decoloring Agent Water

    Water Treatment Chemical for Textile Color Removal Water Decoloring Agent BWD-01. Description: The experimental results indicate that the BWD-01 Water Decoloring Agent not only on hydrophobic dispersed dye color removal effect is excellent and of hydrophilic dye (reactive dyes, acid dyes) in addition to the effect of color is also very good, the dyeing wastewater …

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  • Textile dyeing and textile wastewater treatment ...

    2021-3-20 · The treatment of textile wastewater for reuse in textile operations represents an ecological and economical challenge since textile effluents vary in composition due to the different chemicals or physical processes used on fabrics and machinery. Textile pollutants of environmental concern include residual dyes, color…

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  • Decolourization of textile dye effluents

    3 Textile industry is one of the biggest consumer of potable water as well as chemicals used during textile processing stages Dyeing & finishing stages are the major producer of wastewater with complex characteristics The unused dyes & chemicals are discharged as dye effluents from various units Dyeing Bleaching …

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  • 10.1016/j.biortech.2006.04.026 | DeepDyve

    However, many researchers are still interested in biological treatment processes for the treatment of textile wastewater due to the low cost and the absence of chemical waste production. Several types of dyestuff, especially disperse dyes, are used in textile industries due to their chemical properties ( Society of Dyes and Colourists, …

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  • Wastewater decolorant [papermaking&dye print]

    2020-4-14 · 『Product introduction』 This product is a cationic polymers containing quaternary ammonium salts, which appearance is colorless to light yellow viscose liquid, freezing point:-2.8℃,specific weight:1.04 g/cm³, resolve temperature 280-300℃.This product not only can decolor the hydrophobic disperse dyes effectively, but also to the water affinity dye (reactive dyes, acid dyes).

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  • Reduced Cost Flocculation of a Textile Dyeing

    parable color removal is shown in Table I. At a polymer dosage of about 30 mg/1 ( the midpoint of the dosages required for the two different dyes), the cost of PEI 400 would be 0.126/1,000 gal (0.033/cu m) of wastewater treated. This represents a fairly expensive wastewater treatment alternative. Two anionic polyacrylamides …

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  • Supremacy of Magnesium Chloride for

    2015-2-14 · selected coagulants against various combination of dyes containing synthetic textile wastewater. Percentage colour removal increases with the increase in pH from 4.0 to 11.0 or 4.0 to 12.0 when FeSO4.7H2O and MgCl2.6H2O, respectively was used as coagulants. For the combination of textile wastewater …

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  • Study of environmental issues in textile industries and ...

    2016-11-30 · In the textile wastewater, dye is considered the color imparting ... The metals may come as impurity with the chemicals (such as caustic soda, sodium carbonate ... disperse and vat dyes) Color removal from acidic, reactive, direct, cationic dyes was 87-100% and for disperses, and vat dyes it was 56 - 79%.

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  • Production, Characterization and Treatment of Textile ...

    2019-4-18 · [5-7]. Other dyes, like dispersed dyes (Disperse yellow 218 and disperse navy 35), basic dyes (basic orange 37 and basic red 1) and direct dyes, are used to dye synthetic fibres [8,4]. Reactive dyes are the most commonly used cellulose fibre dye. Cotton, one of the most widely used fibres is dyed mainly using reactive . dyes.

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