Fast Developing Salts
Cosmonaut Chemicals is one of the leading manufacturer’s of Fast Developing Salts. These fast bases are mainly used for printing & dyeing of textiles. Our salts get their fast water solubility from the metal stabilization process. Our fast developing salts do not need Hydro-Chloride Acid or Sodium Nitrate, they can be used directly with Naphthols. Handling and control of these fast bases are very easier when compared with other fast colors.
Currently, Cosmonaut Chemicals is the leading and renowned manufacturer of textile, chemical, and reactive dyes. Fast developing salts is one of our specialties. We follow global standards to ensure that all our fast salts and other dyes are made from the finest materials. We have been serving our customers from silk, wool, textile, or other art & craft domains with our quality product.
Dissolving Fast Salts
As our fast developing salts are functional with dissolution in water. A simplified process is required to be taken into consideration while dissolving the salt.
- You can take 1 kg of fast salt with a little water and create a paste.
- Later add 5 liters of water and keep the solution at 30 degrees C.
- If you are using Fast Red B Salt, then kindly pour the powder through sprinkling and keep it stirring meanwhile.
- Keep the process on for around 5 to 10 minutes and filter the cloth through a mulmul cloth.
Things To Be Noted
You need to go for special additions, in certain cases,
- While using Fast Garnet GBC Salt, don’t forget to add more amount of water, as it requires way more water than the general requirement.
- When applying Fast blue B Salt, use 1 kg of it and add 400 gms of sodium bicarbonate in order to create a bath.
- At the time of using Fast Scarlet G Salt weighing 1 kg, you need to add 200 gms of sodium acetate crystals.
- While using the combination of naphthol AS-G, you are required to specifically add 50% acetic acid in order to develop the bath.
- While you are dissolving fast developing salts through the open-beck method, you are required to add 3.5 ml.
- Similarly, if using the tub-dip method, we suggest you add 22.5 ml in the beginning and later 11.0 ml while feeding bath.
|Sr. No.||Generic Names||C.I. No.||Const. No.|
|1||Fast Red B Salt||37125||ADC 5|
|2||Fast Blue BB Base||37175||ADC 20|
|3||Fast Red KB Salt||37090||ADC 32|
|4||Fast Bordeaux GP Salts||37135||ADC 1|
|5||Fast Yellow GC Salt||37000||ADC 44|
|6||Fast Red TR Salt||37085||ADC 11|
|7||Fast Scarlet RC Salt||37130||ADC 13|
|8||Fast Orange RD Salt||37050||ADC 49|
|9||Fast Scarlet GG Salt||37010||ADC 3|
|10||Fast Black K Salt||–||ADC 38|
|11||Fast Garnet GBC Salt||37218||ADC 5|
|12||Fast Blue B Salt||37235||ADC 48|
|13||Fast Red RC Salt||37120||ADC 18|
|14||Fast Orange GC Salts||37005||ADC 2|
|15||Fast Red 3GL Salt||37040||ADC 9|
|16||Fast Red FRN Salt||37075||ADC 33|