Conservation of water, chemicals, and energy in dyeing nylon carpet
United States. Office of Water Research and Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Textile Engineering
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absorbance analyze assistants and pH Auxiliary chemical batch dyeing processes bath temperature beck dyeing process BTU's Capsule Report series carpet beck dyeing carpet dyeing carpet is removed CARPET PRODUCTION carpet samples carpet was dyed chemical requirements color measuring color reproducibility color stability Color uniformity concentration of dyes desired concentration disperse dyes dye cycle dyebath reuse dyed carpet dyehouse dyeing assistants dyeing of carpet dyeing procedure dyeings before discharging energy requirements Environmental Resources Center equipment gallons of water given wavelength holding tank industry load on wastewater material utilized materials and energy MODIFIED DYEING Modified Process nylon carpet Nylon Hosiery Office of Water pH control agents pilot scale dyeing Polyester yarn packages POTENTIAL MATERIAL pounds quantity of water raise the bath reconstituted dyebath reduction in material Research and Technology Research Institute reuse system rinse water shade five spectrophotometer subsequent dyeing typical beck dyeing U.S. Department wastewater treatment facilities water required Water Research