Investigating the Effect of Copper Sulphate on Hydrogen Peroxide Bleaching with Hydrolysis on P/C Fabric Mechanical Properties

Polyester’s hydrophobicity is well-known, and attempts are being undertaken to improve it. To improve all mechanical and comfort features, including hydophilicity, woven 67/33 polyester / cotton suiting material is treated with copper sulphate and hydrogen peroxide bleaching followed by oxidation deweighting procedure in this research effort. Three levels of copper sulphate, two levels of Material to liquid ratio, two levels of temperature, and a constant quantity of sodium hydroxide were used in the experiment. All samples were dyed in an HTHP beaker dyeing machine and then subjected to conventional post-treatment techniques. Various features of the treated samples were determined. It was discovered that experimental parameters such as copper sulphate content and alkaline oxidation deweighting method had substantial benefits, as evidenced by intriguing outcomes such as improved compressibility, crease recovery angle, bending length, and acceptable tensile strength loss.

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J. Hayavadana
Textile Technology, University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.

K. Samatha
Textile Technology, University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.

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