INVESTIGATION ON STABILITY OF TEXTILE MATERIALS FOR OVERALLS PROCESSED BY NEW BIOCIDAL PREPARATIONS

Martirosyan I., Pakholiuk E., Lubenets V., Peredriy O.
Odessa National Academy of Food Technologies, Lutsk National Technical University, National University "Lviv Polytechnic", Lutsk National Technical University / Ukraine

Abstract

This article is devoted to the research of new promising biocidal preparations, in particular ethyl, allyl and methyl, which promote the improvement of the consumer properties of textile materials and increase their durability. The problem of protecting textile materials and products from microbiological destruction is complex and multifaceted, and its successful solution requires coordinated and focused efforts of specialists of various profiles. Of particular relevance is the search for effective ways to protect against microbiological destruction of textile materials. And today one of such methods of protection is to provide textiles with biocidal properties, which not only prevents the growth of bacteria, but can also provide a high level of wear resistance of tissues. The aim of the work was to study the impact of new low-toxic biocidal drugs on the stability of coloring of textile materials to the effect of various physical and chemical factors. In the research, the method and technology of providing biocidal properties to textile materials for the production of overalls, in particular, impregnation of textile materials in alcoholic solution of biocidal preparations, was developed. As samples were selected fabrics of different chemical composition, which are intended for the manufacture of overalls. The best results were obtained with dry friction, and, treatment, does not significantly affect the stability of color, and in the case of cotton-polyester fabric, on the contrary, even increases it. Low indicators of the stability of color to the action of wet friction is due to the low resistance of colors to water.

Keywords

Biocide, textile materials, antimicrobial treatment, coloring.

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