Eco-Friendly Dyes

Eco Friendly Textile Dyes

We offer our clients Mallotus Phillipinses Textile Dyes. Kamala is taken from fruit of the plant Mallotus. This is an evergreen tree growing upto 25 meter high. It imparts beautiful color on wool and silk. Kamala powder was used extensively in India and neighboring southeastern countries and also enjoy export trade. However, on cotton Kamala does not give as deep color as on wool or silk.

  • Common Name: Kamala, Kamala Powder
  • Botanical Name: Mallotus phillipinses
  • Our Trade Name: FLAME
  • Natural Dye: Orange yellow or golden yellow dyestuff for Textiles.

 

Main market areas: India, Europe, USA, UAE, Korea, Australia, China




Natural Indigo Dye for Textile Industry

This is one of the most ancient natural dyes used by man in textiles. Indigo is about 2-3 feet long plant, cultivated on thousands of acres of land in India. The whole plant is used for extraction of dye and the extract form of dye is supplied in powder form. This give deep blue color on wool, silk, cotton etc. It exhibits good fastness to washing, crocking and light. This is the only natural dye, which falls under vat category of dyes. We are the largest exporter of bio indigo (natural indigo) from India.

  • Common Name : Natural Indigo, Indigo, Indian Indigo
  • Botanical Name : Indigofera Tinctoria
  • Our Trade Name : Bio Indigo
  • Natural Dye : Blue Dyestuff For Textile

 

Main market areas: India, Europe, USA, UAE, Korea, Australia, China

Herbal Textiles Dyes

We offer our client Herbal Textiles Dyes. Dolu is about 1.5 to 3 meter high stout herb. It is grown at an altitude of about 3000 to 5000 meters high. The color is extracted from its wood. This consists of many anthraquinone derivatives based on emodin, chrysophanol, alooe-emodin and rhein. It dyes wool in range of color mainly in yellow and exhibit good fastness ratings. Himalayan Rubrub is consists of many anthraquinone derivatives based on emodin, chrysophanol, aloe emodin and rhein. It dyes wool mainly in different varieties of yellow and exhibit good fastness ratings.

  • Common Name: Dolu, Himalayan Rubrub
  • Botanical Name: Rhum emodin
  • Natural Dye: Yellow dyestuff for Textiles.

Main market areas: India, Europe, USA, UAE, Korea, Australia, China



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