Cleantex HBDN

pH ValuepH of 10 % Solution is about 9
Physical PropertiesNon-Ionic - Anionic Blend & Easily Dilutable with Moderately Hard Water.
Product CodeCleantex HBDN
Country of OriginMade in India
BrandN S Chemicals & Consultants Pvt Ltd
Packaging TypeBarrels
Packaging Size50 L


Excel HBDN is a very effective Low Foaming washing agent used to wash cellulosic material that has been dyed or printed. Cleantex HBDL is an excellent choice to use efficiently on winches, jiggers, open washing tanks (Kundies) as well as soft flow equipment, Cabinets, Cheese dyeing equipment, or on Soaper equipment with up to six components. Cleantex Hbdl offers Very Good Stability for Hardwater up to 1200ppm hardness. When used as a washing agent for reactive, Cleantex HBDL gives tint-free pure white grounds and more efficient removal of printing gums which aids in providing good finishes and vibrant prints. Cleantex HBDL, when dyed materials are used, improves the speed of washing.


Jigger Dyed Fabric: The coloring of cellulosic material using reactive colors is usually done on Jiggers. Once the fixation process is finished, and the desired shade is achieved, the fabric is cleaned. The recommended sequence for washing is below:

3-4 cold washes, with constant water drainage to eliminate alkali salts and a portion of unfixed dye from the fabric (This procedure can be repeated if large amounts of dye are seen bleeding in the subsequent wash). Hot wash at a boil using 1 to 2 grams of CleantexHBDL Repeat using 0.5 to 1 gm/lit CleantexHBDL. The next step involves using a hot boiling wash without adding any chemicals into the bath. The wash can be finished by giving 0.5 1 gm/lit acetic acids a cold wash.

Printed / Dyed Fabric on Winch or Open Tank (kundi):

Fabrics printed or dyed after fixing of color by steaming or using silicate padding are usually cleaned in large tanks or winches.

The Washing Sequence Is Suggested as Follows:

Two cold washes with continuous water flow ensure maximum silicate removal and color-free material. This can also help get rid of the printing thickeners in the fabric. Then, follow with a hot wash at the highest possible (above90 zero C.) temperatures, using 1 to 2 grams per lit. Cleantex HBDL. This step is repeated using 0.5 up to 1gm/l Cleantex HBDL. The next step is using one to two hot washes (first at the highest temperature possible.) before finishing with a cold wash, and neutralization is then carried out.

Washing on Continuous Soaper:

It is recommended to have adequate arrangements to facilitate the Swelling of Printing thickeners in this process. A proper arrangement of the spray pipes and counter-current washing systems to maximize the efficacy of washing while saving lots of water.

These two compartments should contain a continuous cold water flow. Two compartments will follow this with hot (above 900 C.) liquid containing 2 and 1 gms/liter of CLEAN TEX HBDL. The next compartment should contain hot boiling water without no adding any chemicals. The process is completed with one cold wash using 0.5 up to one gm/lit of acetic acid.


Washing on Cabinet Soft-Flow or Any Other Machine:

The Washing Sequence Is Similar to the Above. First two to three cold Washes followed by a hot wash at the maximum temperature. (above 900 C.) using 1 to 1.5 grams per light Cleantex HBDL Then, it is repeated with a half-concentration of chemicals. The hot wash and cold wash then follow the process. The washing performed using Cleantex HBDL produces excellent, bright, clear, and tint-free prints. The fabric that is washed has excellent washing performance properties. The removal of all gum provides additional comfort to your fabric, making it easier to achieve the desired feel. (Though we would recommend washing with a higher temperature, the results are acceptable when used at room temperature.)