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SYNTHETIC FIBER DEVELOPMENT

AND APPLICATION CENTRE


COLLEGE OF TEXTILE ENGINEERING

PROJECT DESIGN THESIS


FINAL REPORT

PROJECT TITLE:

Study of different options for Dyeing of


Polyester-Cotton (50:50) Blended Fabric.

PROJECT SUPERVISOR:

KABIR-UD-DIN TAHIR
(Associate Professor)

PREPARED BY:

1) Muneeb Shafqat (12-T.E.-69)


2) Owais Hassan Farooqui (12-T.E.-76)
3) Syed Qamar Abbas Jafri (12-T.E.-92)
4) Muhammad Taqi (12-T.E.-60)
5) Usman Arshad (12-T.E.-97)
Acknowledgment

First of all we thanks to Almighty ALLAH who helped us


in every movement of our life and guided us to select the
right path.

Our deepest thanks to KABIR –UD- DIN TAHIR


(Associate Professor) who guide us during project, correct
our various documents and help us in methodological
approach to project with attention and care.

We are grateful to

Mr. Moeed Siddiqui (Incharge Training Lab, Clariant


Pak Ltd.)

Who allow us to complete project in Clariant Pak Ltd.


and despite his busy schedule helped us and provided all
laboratory facilities Dyes and auxiliaries for the completion
of this project.

We also thank our Institute and our faculty members


without whom this project would have been a distant
reality. We also extend our heartfelt thanks to our families
and well wishers.
DEDICATED TO OUR LOVING PARENTS AND
RESPECTED TEACHERS
PREFACE

In order to survive in global market textile organizations


face a lot of challenges that their resolve every day.
Global competition compels companies to improve their
efficiencies to make their products better and cheaper.
Now assuming that textile processing machinery may be
reaching functional operating limits and unit labour cost
have been minimized than the industry must look to
streamline other areas of its processes to improve
efficiencies quality and to achieve further cost reductions.
This is the only by which our textile industry may be able
to meet the global market challenges in order to remain in
the competition.

In view of the above considerations we have selected


the project comparative study of dyeing of
polyester/cotton blends with different options of dyeing.
The aim of preferring this project is to study various
aspects and prospects of p/c dyeing as p/c blended fabric
is used widely in apparels and garments manufacturing.
We assessed the comparison of different dyes
combination to produce same shade at lower cost through
other option with almost same overall fastness properties
and suggested the low cost combinations of dye and
auxiliaries to produce almost same results.

The experimental work was carried out on polyester


cotton (50:50) blended fabric. Dyeing of above fabric was
carried out in light, medium and dark shades in Clariant
Pak Ltd.

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