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Procion

Procion is a brand of fibre reactive dyes. They are commonly used in tie dye and other textile crafts. They are dichlorotriazine dyes and were originally made by Imperial Chemical Industries. The brand name is now owned by Dystar, but, since the patent on the dyes has expired, many manufacturers around the world now make them.[1]

Procion dyes

References

  1. ^ Horst Tappe, Walter Helmling, Peter Mischke, Karl Rebsamen, Uwe Reiher, Werner Russ, Ludwig Schläfer and Petra Vermehren "Reactive Dyes"in Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry 2000, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim. doi:10.1002/14356007.a22_651

External links

  • "PROCION MX DYES". Kemtex Educational Supplies. 2011. 
  • Procion MX codes
  • "What other brand names are Procion MX type dyes sold under?". Paula Burch. 22 Feb 2003. 
  • "PROCION P and SP DYES". Kemtex Educational Supplies. 2011. 
  • "PROCION H-E and H-EXL DYES". Kemtex Educational Supplies. 2011. 
  • "Procion H dyes". All About Hand Dyeing. Paula Burch. 30 June 2012. 
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