Pyrotec4 Infra Red Dyeing Machine

The Pyrotec⁴ is a state of the art laboratory dyeing machine using quartz high efficiency heating and Forced Air cooling system which is totally controlled by a microprocessor controller.

Pyrotec⁴ is a global leader in infra-red dyeing technology and is fully endorsed by major dye stuff and auxiliary chemical suppliers as their model of choice.

Pyrotec⁴ is fully compatible with the AD-Chem dosing system. This simple yet effective device allows a liquid product to be introduced into the dye tube in a controlled manner.

Ad-Chem allows the laboratory process to better replicate the bulk dye process.

Pyrotec⁴ has an extensive range of dye tube sizes and will process up to 24 tubes in a single dye cycle. If you value your lab-dip efficiency and performance then Pyrotec⁴ is a must for your colour development laboratory.

Lab-dip is the process employed by a colour laboratory, sample dyeing laboratory or main dye-house to provide a small but accurate colour reproduction for a customer’s colour requirement (and subsequent colour approval) using the specified substrate. Lab-dip also provides a guide to the necessary dyes and chemicals required to dye larger samples and bulk quantities of the fibre, yarn, fabric or garment. Lab-dip is the first step in the chain to ensure the correct colour fastness requirement is achieved.

IR heating provides the most economical, accurate, clean and versatile process route. IR dyeing technology is capable of heating a suitably pressured canister (for dyeing polyester) at 140°C.

All textiles can be dyed using lab-dip technology, in fact this is essential as it is the first link in the supply chain to ensure that the final customer achieves the desired colour with all the desired colour fastness performance. Dependent on the type of substrate it may be necessary to utilise different types of lab-dip technology.

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