Finishing composition for textile, method for coating a textile and coated textile obtained by said method
Patent no: EP4086386
Publication date: 2022-10-28
Applicant(s): IFTH - INSTITUT FRANCAIS DU TEXTILE & DE L'HABILLEMENT, RESCOLL
Inventor(s): FERREIRA ISABELLE, RONJAT PAULINE, DUEE NATACHA, DELIANE FLORENT
The invention relates to a textile finishing composition comprising: - An aqueous solvent; - a polycarboxylic acid; - a catalyst for the formation of an acid anhydride from the polycarboxylic acid; - a silane compound comprising at least one hydrolyzable group; - a silane compound comprising at least one functional group chosen from the group formed by epoxies, isocyanates and mercaptos; and - a silicone having a silanol end group.
The invention also relates to a method for coating a textile with a composition comprising applying the composition to the textile by a finishing process, drying the coated textile and finishing heat treatment.
Finally, the invention relates to the coated textile thus obtained.
Urethane compounds for finishing textile sheet materials in a fluorine-free manner
Patent no: WO2022/263264
Publication date: 2022-12-22
Applicant(s): EVONIK OPERATIONS
Inventor(s): RICHRATH, Ruben Benedikt, PLATTE, Gabriele, PFEIFFER, Nicole, BERGFRIED, Stefan, DAHL, Verena, STREMMER, Kathrin, RADLOFF, Sarah, RÖBEN, Caren, BAGUS, Nino, VON HOF, Jan Marian
The invention relates to a urethane compound containing at least one structural unit (A), said structural unit (A) being a polyglycerin structural unit with at least three groups R1, each of which is selected independently of one another from C3-C39 hydrocarbon groups that optionally contain heteroatoms other than fluorine atoms; to a method for producing one or more of the aforementioned urethane compounds; to compositions which contain one or more of the aforementioned urethane compounds; to a method for impregnating textile sheet materials so as to be water- and/or oil-repellant using one or more of the aforementioned urethane compounds; and to textile sheet materials which can be obtained according to the aforementioned method.
A fire-rated finishing product suitable for fabric applications
Patent no: WO2022/214545
Publication date: 2022-10-13
Applicant(s): HUNTSMAN TEXTILE EFFECTS
Inventor(s): WEIHRATHER ALFRED JOSEF, BRAUN REINHOLD
The present invention relates to a fire-rated finishing product suitable for fabric applications having following formula I: Wherein, R1, R2 are each a group equal to -CnH2n+1, wherein n ranges from 1 to 4, preferably equal to 1, and wherein R3 is H or methyl group.
Method for functionalizing a textile
Patent no: FR3120239
Publication date: 2022-09-02
Inventor(s): FRANCOIS SÉBASTIEN
A method (10) for functionalizing a textile (12) aimed at increasing over time its hydrophobic properties comprising the following consecutive steps: obtaining (10-1) the textile (12), first step of functionalizing (10-2) the textile (12) comprising exposing (10-2) the textile (12) to a solution of perfluorocarbons (11), and second step of functionalizing (10-3) the textile (12) comprising exposing the textile to a solution of silicone compounds (18).
Antimicrobial coated textiles and method of preparation thereof
Patent no: US11459698
Publication date: 2022-10-04
Applicant(s): KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS
Inventor(s): BASHEER CHANBASHA
An antimicrobial coated textile is provided. The antimicrobial coated textile includes a textile substrate including a plurality of textile fibers and a coating. The coating includes 77.5 to 97.45 wt. % silica, 0.05 to 2.5 wt. % titanium dioxide, and 2.5 to 20 wt. % an oxide of a second metal, each based on a total weight of the coating. The second metal is selected from a group including zinc (Zn), selenium (Se), iron (Fe), copper (Cu), and zirconium (Zr), and the coating is disposed on a surface of the textile fibers. A method of preparing the antimicrobial coated textile is also provided.
Finishing method ennobling a cotton knitted fabric dyed with natural dyes
Patent no: PL437752
Publication date: 2022-10-31
Applicant(s): MARKO KOLOR SPOLKA JAWNA S DEREDOWSKI A DEREDOWSKA
Inventor(s): CIEŚLAK ANNA, URBANIAK MONIKA
A method of refining knitted cotton dyed with natural dyes, in which the cotton knitted fabric is bleached and then bio-polished enzymatically, and then the knitted fabric is dyed with natural dyes of plant origin, and the dyed knitted fabric is subjected to successive tambling and shrinking processes, and then filled with the knitted fabric is placed on the stabilizer's foulard with a water finishing bath, and then stabilized, while before bleaching, the raw cotton fabric is treated with low-temperature plasma (11), maintaining the generator discharge power per unit area of the fabric in the range of 0.4 - 0.7 W/cm 2 and the impact time of these discharges in the range of 0.3 - 0.7 seconds for each cm2 of the knitted fabric.
Machine for the surface finishing of panels made of wood, metal, plastic or the like
Patent no: EP4066993
Publication date: 2022-10-05
Inventor(s): BALDUCCI FABIO
A machine for the surface finishing of panels (2) made of wood, metal, plastic or the like has a finishing device (10) mounted above a panel (2) and provided with an abrasive belt (11) wound in a ring shape around at least a drive roller (12) and a tensioning roller (13), with two actuator cylinders (20, 21) to move the tensioning roller (13) relative to the drive roller (12) so as to tension the abrasive belt (11), and with a coupling device (25) to connect the output rods (22, 23) of the actuator cylinders (20, 21) to one another so as to synchronize the movements of the output rods (22, 23) with one another.
Production method of sustainable and environmentally friendly denim using laser technology and innovative finishing recipes
Patent no: WO2022/220771
Publication date: 2022-10-20
Applicant(s): UNIVERSITY ISTANBUL TEKNIK
Inventor(s): OZCAN GULAY
The invention relates to a denim fabric production method using innovative finishing recipes and laser technology. In the method of the invention, the extracts of pomegranate juice, woad powder, blue centaury, blue butterfly pea and hyacinth plants are used instead of natural/synthetic indigo that occurs in dyeing processes in denim fabric production and causes harmful wastewater.