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|No. |Topic |Page no. |
|01 |Jet Dyeing Machine |03 |
|02 |Advantages Jet Dyeing Machine |05 |
| |Disadvantages Jet Dyeing Machine | |
| |Principle of the Technology | |
|03 |BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION |06 |
|04 |TYPES OF JET DYEING MACHINE. |08 |
|05 |SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION |29 |
|06 |Conclusion |30 |
|07 |Reference |31 |
| |Bibliography | |

|Jet Dyeing Machine |

This is the most modern machine used for the dyeing of polyester using disperse dyes. In this machine the cloth is dyed in rope form which is the main disadvantage of the machine.

In this machine, the dye tank contains disperse dye, dispersing agent, leveling agent and acetic acid. The solution is filled



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