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July 2021

BTRA Scan Articles - July 2021

Zero Liquid Discharge ETP - A Case Study (Part II)

Tanaji Kadam, A. Jeyakumar
The various treatment steps required to get the complete textile ZLD ETP were already discussed. Primary, secondary and tertiary treatments followed by advanced filtration are the important steps of ETP. Understanding the principles of each process, effluent retention time in each step, and the necessity of proper sizing of equipment are the main key factors and performance assuring things in ETP

Surface Modified, Rare Earth Mordanted Cotton, Dyed with Eupatorium Extract

Archana Gangwar & Dr. Padma S. Vankar
Eupatorium dye extract has been used for dyeing cotton using rare earth (RE) metal mordants such as Cerrous sulphate, Lanthanum chloride and Yttrium chloride and compared with conventional metal mordant Alums. The metal salts were used for premordanting. The cotton surface was modified before premordanting with an auxiliary.

Study of Banned Amines Recovery

Saroj P. Vairagi
This study describes the Spike Recovery of all 24 Banned Amines by following the European standard EN 14362. The work is carried out by directly using the standard Banned Amines and not with the azo colorants. We can see the poor recovery of some of the amines due to their poor stability and their further reaction in an extraction process.

Adhesion Studies of Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Treated Nylon66 Fabrics with Polyurethane

Dr. Shital Palaskar
Plasma treatment of nylon fabric was carried out with aim of improving the adhesion properties with polyurethane polymer. The effect of the plasma parameters vis. treatment time and power on adhesion improvement were examined. The force required to separate the coating from the fabric was measured as a peel-off strength of the coated fabric.

Scope and Opportunities of Textile and Garment Development in Odisha

Dr. B. Basu
The Handloom, power loom, and Garment sectors are becoming vital industries day by day because of the employment generation, socio-economic problems, and revenue generation from the Export market. Odisha being a rice-producing state with mines and heavy Engineering Industries, not much importance was given to the Textile Sectors.There are neither organized sectors nor any Composite Mills, not even a single Spg Mill is working because of the raw material price (cotton) and lack in technological aspects.

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