REACTIVE ‘M’ Dyes

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Reactive Dyes

Reactive dyes was introduced in 1956, primarily belongs to a class of highly colored organic substances. While dyeing the reactive groups of reactive dyes forms covalent bond between fibre polymer and dye which makes dye integral part of fibre. Hence, they are known for its enhanced fastness property. These dyes have stable electron arrangement which protect fibre from the adverse effect of ultra-violet rays. The significant chemical bonding improves the overall color stability and washability of the product makes these dyes most permanent of all other dye types. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most popular dyes used in textile industry all across the world.

REACTIVE ‘M’ Dyes

REACTIVE ‘M’ Cold Series dyes are room temperature Dyeing.
REACTIVE M dyes can be applied to cellulosic textiles by simple and reliable method.

REACTIVE ‘M’ Dyes solubility substantivity reactivity Fastness to
light1 washing-iso perspiration hypochlorite fixation-temp
Yellow M8G
(REACTIVE Yellow 86)
zero 30 H M 6 5 5 4-5 40°C
Yellow M4G
(REACTIVE Yellow 22)
80 M M 6 4-5 4-5 1 40°C
Yellow MGR
(REACTIVE Yellow 7)
80 M M 6 4-5 4-5 1 40°C
Yellow M3R
(REACTIVE Orange 86)
100 M H 5-6 4-5 5 1 40°C
Yellow M4R
(REACTIVE Orange 14)
80 M M 5 4-5 4 1 40°C
G. Yellow MR
(REACTIVE Yellow 44)
100 H H 5-6 4-5 4-5 2-3 40°C
Orange M2R
(REACTIVE Orange 4)
100 M M 5 4-5 4 3 40°C
Red M5B
(REACTIVE Red 2)
80 H H 4-5 4-5 5 1 40°C
Red M8B
(REACTIVE Red 11)
50 H H 4-5 4-5 4-5 4 40°C
Magenta MB
(REACTIVE Violet 13)
80 M H 4-5 4 5 3 40°C or
Blue MR
(REACTIVE Blue 4)
80 L M 6 5 4-5 2 40°C 60°C
Blue M2R
(REACTIVE Blue 81)
70 M H 4 4-5 3-5 1 40°C
Blue M4GD
(REACTIVE Blue 168)
40 M H 4-5 4-5 4 1-2 40°C