Indigo Dye

Indigo Dye

800 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Solvent Color Purple
  • Purity 97%
  • Grade Industrial Grade
  • Type Vat indigo Blue
  • Usage Textile Dyestuffs
  • Application For Industrial And Laboratory Use
  • Physical Form Powder
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Indigo Dye Price And Quantity

  • 50 Kilograms
  • 800 INR/Kilograms

Indigo Dye Product Specifications

  • Powder
  • Purple
  • Vat indigo Blue
  • For Industrial And Laboratory Use
  • Industrial Grade
  • Textile Dyestuffs
  • 97%

Indigo Dye Trade Information

  • Cheque Telegraphic Transfer (T/T) Cash in Advance (CID) Cash Advance (CA)
  • 50 Kilograms Per Day
  • 2-3 Days
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  • All India

Product Description

Indigo dye is a natural plant-based dye that has been used for centuries to dye textiles. It is derived from the leaves of the indigo plant, which is native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The active ingredient in indigo dye is a chemical called indigotin, which is responsible for the dye's characteristic deep blue color.Indigo dye has a long history of use in many cultures around the world, including India, Japan, West Africa, and Central America. It has been used to dye fabrics for clothing, as well as for decorative and ceremonial purposes.Indigo dye is typically prepared by fermenting the leaves of the indigo plant in a process that converts the indigotin into a water-soluble form. The resulting liquid is then mixed with a reducing agent, such as lye or sodium hydrosulfite, which converts the water-soluble form of the indigotin back into its insoluble form, allowing it to bond with the fibers of the fabric.

Indigo dye has several unique properties that make it popular for use in textile dyeing. It is known for its ability to produce a range of shades of blue, depending on the concentration and number of dyeing baths used. Indigo-dyed fabrics are also known for their ability to resist fading and for their unique color variations, which are a result of the unevenness of the dyeing process.Today, indigo dye is still widely used in traditional textile production, as well as in contemporary fashion and design. It is also being explored for its potential use in a range of other applications, including in the fields of biomedicine and electronics.

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