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Colour can be broadly defined as the effect on the brain of an

observer when an object is viewed in presence of a light source.


Human Perceive 6 Basic Colours :
2 Achromatic Colours
4 Chromatic

WHITE BLACK BLUE RED GREEN YELLOW

Mans colour perception is especially
pronounced. With textiles, clear, deep and
brilliant colours are regarded as
particularly beautiful and superior.

Furthermore, the first grasp helps us to
further assess textiles. Depending on the
application and function of textiles, we
expect fluffy softness or supple elegance.

Visual perception is the sense providing
the most information. The first impression
of shape and colour influences our attitude
towards all objects.


A brilliant, deep colour impression depends on fibre, the type and quantity of
dyestuffs and dyeing processes, but also on optimized finishes.

Staple fibre articles, especially of cellulosic textiles, the surface of which has
been mechanically stressed during finishing, do not show an optimum colour
depth with full dyeings.

In this connection optimum finishing means to not only smooth out textile
surfaces mechanically but also optically. The precondition is the formation of
closed, wash-resistant silicone films on textiles.

Amplify-BLACK optimizes optical smoothing through the synergy of the
structure or chain length of silicone oil polymers used and the purposefully
induced distribution of silicone oil droplets when emulsifying.

The result is a powerful, state-of-the-art and process-stable silicone softener.

oThe colour impression of textiles is based on the absorption
and reflection of certain wave lengths of ambient light striking.
With ideal jet-black all wave-lengths are completely absorbed,
no light is reflected. This is where the effects of Amplify-Black
come in due to a double mechanism :

oThe surface of textiles or individual fibres becomes
considerably smoother, which leads to less light scatter. Colour
brightening is restrained and the colour impression becomes
more intensive.

oThe refractive index on textile surfaces is reduced by silicone
polymers. With multiple phase systems (air silicone yarn,
i.e. individual fibres / fibrils) the distance of light from entering
to leaving the textile is extended. On its longer distance
through the textile, light encounters more dyestuff molecules
and is thus better absorbed. Textiles, as a consequence, absorb
more light and thus appear significantly darker
Distinct intensification of colour and brilliance of deep
dyeings.

Ultra-soft, peaches like handle.

Excellent wash resistance.

Excellent elastic resilience .

Highly effective & free of chalk or nail mark.

Reduced tendency to dyestuff migration on PES fabric
and thus better fastness levels.

Preferably applied in pad processes & suitable for
polyester & cellulosics fabrics.

Untreated
Amplify-BLACK
treated
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