Cationic Dyes

Cationic Dyes are modified basic dyes and are available in both liquid and powder form. This is a class of synthetic dyes, that act as bases and when made soluble in water, they form a colour cationic salt, which can react with the anionic sites on the surface of the substrate. These dyes produce bright shades with high tinctorial values, on textile materials. This range offers a good selection of dyes to meet the brightness and fastness requirements for a variety of end uses. Suitable appliances are wool, silk, cotton and modified acrylic fibres. Usually acetic acid is added to the dye-bath to help absorb the dye onto the fibre. These dyes are also used in the coloration of paper.

Acrylic Yellow 8GL

Acrylic Yellow 13

Acrylic Yellow 7GLL

Acrylic Yellow 21

Acrylic Yellow 7GL

Acrylic Yellow 24

Acrylic Golden Yellow GL

Acrylic Yellow 28

Acrylic Yellow 6DL

Acrylic Yellow 29

Acrylic Flavine Yellow 10GF

Acrylic Yellow 40

Acrylic Yellow 5GL

Acrylic Yellow 51

Acrylic Orange G

Acrylic Orange 21

Acrylic Orange R

Acrylic Orange 22

Acrylic Yellow Brown 2GL

Acrylic Orange 30

Acrylic Astra Phoxine

Acrylic Red 12

Acrylic Pink FG

Acrylic Red 13

Acrylic Red 4G

Acrylic Red 14

Acrylic Red GTL

Acrylic Red 18

Acrylic Red 2GL

Acrylic Red 29

Acrylic Red GRL

Acrylic Red 46

Acrylic Brilliant Red G

Acrylic Red 49

Acrylic Red 2GLN

Acrylic Red 54

Acrylic Red 6B

Acrylic Violet 7

Acrylic Red 2B

Acrylic Violet 16

Acrylic Blue 5G

Acrylic Blue 3

Acrylic Victoria Blue Rue R

Acrylic Blue 11

Acrylic Blue GRRL

Acrylic Blue 41

Acrylic Blue XGRL

Acrylic Blue 41.1

Acrylic Blue GLK

Acrylic Blue 54

Acrylic Blue GNX

Acrylic Blue 159

Acrylic Black FBL

Acrylic Black Mixture

Disclaimer : The Colour tone furnished herein is considered reliable but without guarantee. As Actual dye samples must be evaluated in a laboratory on medium to be dyed in production for accurate shade and physical property results. Shades shown on print material and monitors/paper are for general reference only as they are inherently inaccurate due to calibration variations and technical limitations of monitors and printers.