delustrant


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delustrant

(diːˈlʌstrənt)
n
1. an agent which removes lustre from something
2. (Textiles) textiles any chemical which removes the sheen from a synthetic fabric
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On the other hand, fabrics with strong UV absorption power containing intensely absorbing polymers or fibers containing delustrant pigments may have the risk of degradation.
In additives, ColorMatrix has introduced a number of innovative technologies in 2010 --Excelite, an advanced liquid foaming (blowing) additive, Mattenex, a pioneering liquid fibre delustrant, and new Optica PET resin toners and Joule RHB re-heat additives for improving energy efficiencies and the long-term recyclability of PET containers.
The searchable parameters depend on the characteristics of each fiber: color, cross-sectional shape, diameter, polymer class, presence or absence of delustrant, color distribution, presence or absence of striations, illuminate values, and visible spectral peaks.
describe observed fiber features, such as: shape, delustrant, pigment particle distribution, presence and size of spherulites or voids, dye penetration depth, and bi-component fibers;
In Sample 5, interference colors were masked by dense pigment and/or delustrant particles.