Level Process Station?

Level Process Station -Used to control of liquid level It is fitted with PID controller, pump, valves, valiet;le•vired flow meter, DP transmitter, feed tank, process tank etc It uses water as a liquid whose level is controlled at any specific desired value inside the process tank…

Level Process Station Specification

  • fixed Supply DC •12V. +15V & •24V        
  • Vessel- Dual 5 Liter approx          
  • Water Circulation Pump 10 l/min             
  • Piping: Plastic    
  • Level Sensor: LVOT, Float Switch               
  • Flow Sensor: Direct Reading       
  • Valves: Drain, Solenoid, Needle
  • Level Sensor Interface: Precision Rectifier with Offset and Gain Control   
  • ON/OFF Control: Zomparator with Hysteresis Control     
  • Analog Source: 0— ±10V              
  • PIO Controller: Proportional, Integral & Differential Control with Feedback           
  • Pump Driver: DC to PWM Driver with DC Level Offset Control     
  • Solenoid Valve Driver: ON/OF Control with Driver             
  • Accessories: Power Cord, 2mm Patch Cord, Experiment Manual 
  • Data Acquisition Unit
  • PC Interface Software   

Process Selection

For disperse dyeing the procedure is same in laboratory but in cotton there are different method due to the properties of the fabric which become uneven especially light shades due to small quantity of dyes to be distributed to the fabric. Following procedures are:

  1. standard process
  2. isothermal
  3. migration
  4. rapid
  5. rapid migration
  6. portion wise salt (HT) migration

For Disperse Dyeing

Chemicals and auxiliaries in disperse dyeing in all brands are similar and dyeing temperature mostly is 1320C.

  • dispersing agent : Setamol WS / Setamol BL — 0.8- 1.0 g/l
  • pH adjuster : acetic acid / formic acid — 0.5 – 1.0 cc/l
  • pH required and to be maintain is 4.5 – 5.0

Chemical Compliance Policy

The following list of dyes/chemicals/auxiliaries and bi-products are prohibited during the production of any goods supplied to Auto  . Read about Chemical Consumption for Dyeing Fabric. Please check the list with all suppliers and return the signed sheet to acknowledge compliance:

The lists below included the most common chemicals categories used on textile that may be used for toys. The list is not exclusive and other products will be added as knowledge increases in the area.

Banned aromatic amines as defined in Appendix point 43 of Annex A of EU Directive 76/769/EEC
4,4’ Diaminodiphenylmethane
3,3’Dimethyl 4,4’diaminodiphenylmethane
4-Methyl 1,3-Phenylenediamine
O anisidine

Colorants, Dyes and Processing Chemicals

Product Levels
Disperse Dyes suspected of causing sensitisation CI Disperse Blue 1, 3, 7, 26 CI Disperse Orange 1, 3, 55, 74 CI Disperse Red 1, 11, 15, 17, 151 CI Disperse Yellow 7, 23, 55.     Not to be used
REACTIVE DYES KNOWN TO CAUSE SENSITISATION IN INDUSTRY Levafix brilliant yellow E36 Drimaren brilliant yellow K-3GL Cibachrome brilliant scarlet 32 Drimaren brilliant blue K-BL Lanosol yellow 4G       Not to be used
FD&C blue dye #2 Not to be used
Formaldehyde Not detectable as defined in ISO 14184-1
Biocidic Finishes Not to be used
Topicaly applied Flame retardant finish Not to be used
Emission of Volatiles (mg/m3)  
Toluene 0.1
Styrene 0.005
Vinylcyclohexene 0.002
4-Phenylcyclohexene 0.03
Butadiene 0.002
Vinychloride 0.002
Other Aromatic hydrocarbons 0.03
Other Organic volatiles 0.03
Chlorinated organic carrier (ppm) 1.0
Biocidic Finish Not to be used
Flame retardant finish Not to be used
Pesticides and Fungicides Not to be used
Phthalates < 0.1% ( 100ppm)
PBB, TRIS, TEPA Not Detectable
Determination of Odours Not Detectable
Level Process Station SNV 195 651 3

Reactive Dyes

Name of Dyes Manufacturer Dyeing Temperature
Remazol Hoechst 600C
Levafix CA/ EB Bayer 600C/820C
Cibacron F/W Ciba Geigy 600C
Procion HEXL BASF 820C/920C

Disperse Dyes

Name of Dyes Manufacturer Dyeing Temperature
Dispersol XF/CVS/C BASF 1320C
Dianix HFG/HFB Hoechst 1320C
Terasil W/G Ciba Geigy 1320C