JPH07258572A - Orange disperse dye composition and method of dyeing hydrophobic fibrous material therewith - Google Patents

Orange disperse dye composition and method of dyeing hydrophobic fibrous material therewith

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JPH07258572A
JPH07258572A JP6208275A JP20827594A JPH07258572A JP H07258572 A JPH07258572 A JP H07258572A JP 6208275 A JP6208275 A JP 6208275A JP 20827594 A JP20827594 A JP 20827594A JP H07258572 A JPH07258572 A JP H07258572A
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Yoshiyuki Sato
善之 佐藤
Yoshiki Akatani
宜樹 赤谷
Yasuo Murakami
靖夫 村上
Kazumasa Yoshioka
和真 吉岡
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    • CCHEMISTRY; METALLURGY
    • C09DYES; PAINTS; POLISHES; NATURAL RESINS; ADHESIVES; COMPOSITIONS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; APPLICATIONS OF MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • C09BORGANIC DYES OR CLOSELY-RELATED COMPOUNDS FOR PRODUCING DYES, e.g. PIGMENTS; MORDANTS; LAKES
    • C09B67/00Influencing the physical, e.g. the dyeing or printing properties of dyestuffs without chemical reactions, e.g. by treating with solvents grinding or grinding assistants, coating of pigments or dyes; Process features in the making of dyestuff preparations; Dyestuff preparations of a special physical nature, e.g. tablets, films
    • C09B67/0033Blends of pigments; Mixtured crystals; Solid solutions
    • C09B67/0046Mixtures of two or more azo dyes
    • C09B67/0051Mixtures of two or more azo dyes mixture of two or more monoazo dyes

Abstract

PURPOSE:To dye a material composed of polyester fibers of different finenesses to produce a dyed piece excellent in level dyeing and fastness. CONSTITUTION:The composition comprises a dye represented by formula I (wherein X1 and X2 are each hydrogen or bromine, and R1 is lower alkyl or allyl), a dye represented by formula II, and optionally a dye represented by formula III.

Description

【発明の詳細な説明】Detailed Description of the Invention

【0001】[0001]

【産業上の利用分野】本発明は、染料組成物およびそれ
を用いる染色法に関する。更に詳しくは、特定の染料を
配合した水不溶性の分散染料組成物およびそれを用いる
疎水性繊維の染色法に関する。
FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a dye composition and a dyeing method using the same. More specifically, it relates to a water-insoluble disperse dye composition containing a specific dye and a method for dyeing a hydrophobic fiber using the same.

【0002】[0002]

【従来の技術】近年、各繊維メーカーより合繊の持つ特
徴を生かした差別化商品が新合繊として生み出されてい
る。これらの差別化商品を構成する原糸は、極細繊維、
特殊断面糸、異収縮混繊糸などそれぞれに特性を持った
差別化繊維の複合加工または組合わせにより構成されて
おり、シルクライク素材、薄起毛織編物(ピーチスキ
ン)、レーヨンライク素材など天然繊維にはない合繊特
有の質感、風合いが受入れられたこともあり急速に市場
に拡大している。
2. Description of the Related Art In recent years, differentiated products that utilize the characteristics of synthetic fibers have been created as new synthetic fibers by various fiber manufacturers. The yarns that make up these differentiated products are ultrafine fibers,
Composed of a composite processing or combination of differentiated fibers with special characteristics such as special cross-section yarns and different shrinkage mixed yarns. Natural fibers such as silk-like material, thin napped knitted fabric (peach skin), rayon-like material The texture and texture peculiar to synthetic fibers, which is not available in the market, has been accepted, and is rapidly expanding into the market.

【0003】しかし、これらの新感性の素材の染色加工
にあたっては、特に繊維が極細化され、繊維の表面積が
増大したことに起因する問題があり、具体的には (1)繊維表面での反射光が増して、染色物の視感濃度
が低下する。 (2)光による酸化・還元を受け易く、耐光堅牢度が低
下する。 (3)(1)のために、単位面積当りの染料使用量が増
大し、その結果、染色物の昇華および湿潤堅牢度が低下
する。 (4)複合化された繊維の太さが異なることによる染色
物のイラツキ(不均染)が生じる。 などの問題である。
However, there is a problem in dyeing and processing these new-sensitized materials, especially because the fibers are extremely fine and the surface area of the fibers is increased. Specifically, (1) reflection on the fiber surface The increase in light reduces the visual density of the dyed product. (2) It is susceptible to oxidation / reduction by light, and the light fastness is lowered. (3) Due to (1), the amount of dye used per unit area increases, and as a result, the dye sublimation and wet fastness decrease. (4) Irregularity (disproportionate dyeing) occurs in the dyed product due to the different thickness of the composited fibers. It is a problem such as.

【0004】[0004]

【発明が解決しようとする課題】これらの問題点を解決
するためには、ビルドアップ性に優れ、かつ高堅牢性を
有した染料を使用する必要があるだけでなく、異なる太
さの糸が複合された素材の均染性あるいは同色性に優れ
た染料を使用する必要がある。しかし、現在市場で用い
られている製品でこれらの性質を十分に兼ね備えている
ものは少ない。したがって、これらの性質を十分に兼ね
備えた染料の開発が望まれている。
In order to solve these problems, it is necessary not only to use a dye having excellent build-up property and high fastness, but also to use yarns having different thicknesses. It is necessary to use a dye that is excellent in levelness or color uniformity of the composite material. However, few products currently used in the market have these properties sufficiently. Therefore, development of a dye sufficiently having these properties is desired.

【0005】[0005]

【課題を解決するための手段】本発明者らは前記したよ
うな課題を解決すべく誠意研究を重ねた結果、特定の構
造で示される分散染料を配合して染色を行なうことによ
り前記課題が解決されることを見出し、本発明を完成さ
せたものである。即ち本発明は(1)式(1)
Means for Solving the Problems The present inventors have conducted sincerity research to solve the above-mentioned problems, and as a result, the above-mentioned problems were solved by blending a disperse dye having a specific structure and dyeing. The inventors have completed the present invention by finding out that they will be solved. That is, the present invention relates to the formula (1) (1)

【0006】[0006]

【化4】 [Chemical 4]

【0007】(式(1)中、X1 、X2 はそれぞれ独立
した水素原子または臭素原子を、R1は低級アルキル基
またはアリル基をそれぞれ表す)で示される染料および
式(2)
A dye represented by the formula (1), wherein X 1 and X 2 each independently represent a hydrogen atom or a bromine atom, and R 1 represents a lower alkyl group or an allyl group;

【0008】[0008]

【化5】 [Chemical 5]

【0009】で示される染料そして必要により式(3)The dye represented by the formula (3) and optionally the formula (3)

【0010】[0010]

【化6】 [Chemical 6]

【0011】で示される染料を含有することを特徴とす
る橙色分散染料組成物及びこれを用いることを特徴とす
る疎水性繊維材料の染色法を提供する。なお本発明にお
いて「低級アルキル」とは炭素数1乃至4のアルキルを
意味する。
There is provided an orange disperse dye composition characterized by containing a dye represented by: and a method for dyeing a hydrophobic fiber material characterized by using the same. In the present invention, the "lower alkyl" means alkyl having 1 to 4 carbon atoms.

【0012】本発明を詳細に説明する。一般に、アゾ系
分散染料はビルドアップ性に優れ、かつ比較的高堅牢性
を兼ね備えた染料が多いが、均染性が劣る。またアンス
ラキノン系分散染料は耐光堅牢度、均染性に優れたもの
が多いが、ビルドアップ性、昇華堅牢度等が劣るといっ
た傾向にある。したがって、淡色〜中色分野にはアンス
ラキノン系染料が、中色〜濃色分野にはアゾ系染料が主
に使用されてきた。しかし、前述の如く、繊維の極細化
および複合化された素材の染色に当たっては従来のよう
な染料の使い分けでは対応し難くなってきた。特に、異
繊度糸の複合素材のの染色においては、極細糸側とレギ
ュラー糸側の染着量が同じであっても、前述の如き理由
で極細糸側の視感濃度が低下ことによる染色物のイラツ
キ(不均染)が生じるという問題がある。したがって、
このような素材を均一あるいは同色に染色し得る性質が
必要とされる。またそれと同時に極細糸側では、前述の
如く従来よりより高い堅牢度水準が要求される。本発明
者らは式(1)、式(2)および必要により式(3)で
示される染料を配合して用いることにより異繊度糸の複
合素材の均染性に優れ、かつ高堅牢性を有する染料組成
物が得られることを見い出し、本発明に達した。すなわ
ち、本発明の染料組成物を用いて、前述のような複合素
材を染色すれば均染性に優れ、かつ堅牢度の良好な染色
物が得られるものである。
The present invention will be described in detail. Generally, many azo disperse dyes are excellent in build-up property and have relatively high fastness, but they are inferior in level dyeing property. Many of the anthraquinone disperse dyes are excellent in light fastness and level dyeability, but tend to be inferior in build-up properties, sublimation fastness, and the like. Therefore, anthraquinone dyes have been mainly used in the light to medium color fields, and azo dyes have been mainly used in the medium to dark color fields. However, as described above, it has become difficult to dye fibers made of fine fibers and composite materials by using conventional dyes properly. In particular, in the dyeing of a composite material of different fineness yarns, even if the amount of dyeing on the ultrafine yarn side and the regular yarn side are the same, the dyed product resulting from a decrease in the luminous density of the ultrafine yarn side for the reasons described above. There is a problem that unevenness (uneven dyeing) occurs. Therefore,
It is necessary to have the property of being able to dye such a material uniformly or in the same color. At the same time, the ultrafine yarn side is required to have a higher level of fastness than ever before, as described above. The present inventors have used the dyes represented by the formula (1), the formula (2) and, if necessary, the formula (3) in combination to provide the composite material of the different fineness yarn with excellent levelness and high fastness. It was found that a dye composition having the same was obtained, and the present invention was reached. That is, when the above-mentioned composite material is dyed using the dye composition of the present invention, a dyed product having excellent levelness and good fastness can be obtained.

【0013】本発明の染料組成物は、好ましくは式
(1)で示される染料を30〜90重量%、式(2)で
示される染料を好ましくは10〜50重量%、および必
要により式(3)で示される染料を0〜30重量%の割
合で配合して調製される。さらに特に好ましくは式
(1)で示される染料50〜70重量%、式(2)で示
される染料20〜30重量%および式(3)で示される
染料10〜20重量%の割合で配合して調製される。式
(3)で示される染料は式(1)および式(2)で示さ
れる染料と比べ赤味の色相を有しており、調色用として
用いるものである。したがって式(3)で示される染料
が含まれなくても本発明の目的は達成されるものであ
る。
The dye composition of the present invention preferably contains the dye represented by the formula (1) in an amount of 30 to 90% by weight, the dye represented by the formula (2) in an amount of 10 to 50% by weight, and optionally a formula ( It is prepared by blending the dye represented by 3) in a proportion of 0 to 30% by weight. More preferably, the proportion of the dye of the formula (1) is 50 to 70% by weight, the dye of the formula (2) is 20 to 30% by weight, and the dye of the formula (3) is 10 to 20% by weight. Prepared. The dye represented by the formula (3) has a reddish hue as compared with the dyes represented by the formulas (1) and (2), and is used for toning. Therefore, the object of the present invention can be achieved even if the dye represented by the formula (3) is not contained.

【0014】次に本発明の染料組成物を調製するに当た
って使用される式(1)で示される染料は特開昭63−
135455号によって、式(2)で示される染料は米
国特許第2782187号によって、式(3)で示され
る染料は特公昭43−4212号、特公昭43−153
10号によってそれぞれ公知であり、それらに記載の方
法で染料原末を製造できる。
Next, the dye represented by the formula (1) used in preparing the dye composition of the present invention is disclosed in JP-A-63-
No. 135455, the dye represented by the formula (2) is described in U.S. Pat. No. 2,782,187, and the dye represented by the formula (3) is disclosed in JP-B-43-4212 and JP-B-43-153.
No. 10 is known, and dye bulk powders can be produced by the methods described therein.

【0015】本発明で用いられる式(1)の染料の具体
的な例としては例えば
Specific examples of the dye of the formula (1) used in the present invention are, for example,

【0016】[0016]

【化7】 [Chemical 7]

【0017】[0017]

【化8】 [Chemical 8]

【0018】[0018]

【化9】 [Chemical 9]

【0019】[0019]

【化10】 [Chemical 10]

【0020】等が挙げられ、これらの混合物も使用でき
る。
And the like, and a mixture thereof can also be used.

【0021】本発明の染料組成物は式(1)、式(2)
および式(3)で示される染料の各原末を前記したよう
な配合比で混合した後、微粒子化(分散化)処理を施し
て染料組成物としてもよいし、また、これらの染料原末
について別々に微粒子化(分散化)処理を施した後、前
記したような割合に混合してもよい。後者にあっては染
浴に個々に微粒子化(分散化)された染料を添加し、本
発明の染料組成物と同じ組成を染浴中で形成させてもよ
い。
The dye composition of the present invention comprises formulas (1) and (2).
Alternatively, the respective bulk powders of the dyes represented by the formula (3) may be mixed at the above-mentioned mixing ratio and then subjected to fine particle (dispersion) treatment to obtain a dye composition. The particles may be separately subjected to a fine particle (dispersion) treatment, and then mixed in the ratio as described above. In the latter case, the finely divided (dispersed) dyes may be added to the dye bath to form the same composition as the dye composition of the present invention in the dye bath.

【0022】式(1)、式(2)および式(3)で示さ
れる染料の原末またはそれらの混合物を微粒子化処理す
るに当たっては、一般的には染料の原末をナフタレンス
ルホン酸とアルキルベンゼンスルホン酸のホルマリン縮
合物、ナフタレンスルホン酸のホルマリン縮合物、クレ
ゾールスルホン酸のホルマリン縮合物、クレゾールと2
−ナフトール−6スルホン酸のホルマリン縮合物、アル
キルナフタレンスルホン酸のホルマリン縮合物、クレオ
ソート油スルホン酸のホルマリン縮合物、リグニンスル
ホン酸等のアニオン分散剤、またはエチレンオキサイド
とプロピレンオキサイドとのブロック共重合物、アルキ
ルフェノールのエチレンオキサイド付加物、ポリスチレ
ン化フェノールのエチレンオキサイド付加物等の非イオ
ン分散剤、またはこれらのアニオン分散剤と非イオン分
散剤との混合物と、少量の水の存在下にボールミル、サ
ンドグラインダーあるいはサンドミル等の粉砕機を用い
て十分に湿式粉砕することにより行なわれる。また、こ
のとき染料原末は通常染料組成物の全量に対し10〜5
0重量%の割合で配合される。本発明の染料組成物は微
粒子化されたままのペースト状のままで、あるいは乾燥
してから染色に供される。本発明の方法により染色し得
る疎水性繊維の具体例としてはポリエステル繊維、トリ
アセテート繊維、ジアセテート繊維、ポリアミド繊維お
よびこれら同志の混紡品があげられ、これらとレーヨン
等の再生繊維あるいは木綿、絹、羊毛等の天然繊維との
混紡品であってもよい。
When the bulk powders of the dyes represented by the formulas (1), (2) and (3) or a mixture thereof are subjected to fine particle treatment, generally, the bulk powders of the dyes are mixed with naphthalenesulfonic acid and alkylbenzene. Sulfonic acid formalin condensate, naphthalene sulfonic acid formalin condensate, cresol sulfonic acid formalin condensate, cresol and 2
-Formalin condensate of naphthol-6 sulfonic acid, formalin condensate of alkylnaphthalene sulfonic acid, formalin condensate of creosote oil sulfonic acid, anionic dispersant such as lignin sulfonic acid, or block copolymerization of ethylene oxide and propylene oxide Compounds, ethylene oxide adducts of alkylphenols, nonionic dispersants such as ethylene oxide adducts of polystyrene phenols, or mixtures of these anionic and nonionic dispersants, in the presence of a small amount of water, ball mill, sand. It is carried out by sufficiently wet pulverizing with a pulverizer such as a grinder or a sand mill. At this time, the bulk powder of dye is usually 10 to 5 with respect to the total amount of the dye composition.
It is blended in a proportion of 0% by weight. The dye composition of the present invention is used for dyeing in the form of a finely divided paste, or after being dried. Specific examples of the hydrophobic fiber which can be dyed by the method of the present invention include polyester fiber, triacetate fiber, diacetate fiber, polyamide fiber and a blended product of the same, and recycled fiber such as rayon or cotton, silk, It may be a blended product with a natural fiber such as wool.

【0023】本発明の方法に使用する式(1)、式
(2)および必要により式(3)で示される染料を含有
する染料組成物を用いて疎水性繊維を染色するには、繊
維を浸漬した水性溶媒中で加圧下105℃以上、好まし
くは110℃〜140℃で染色するのが有利である。ま
た、o−フェニルフェノールやトリクロロベンゼン等の
キャリヤーの存在下に比較的高温、例えば水の沸騰状態
で染色することもできる。あるいはまた染料分散液を布
にパディングし、150〜230℃、30秒〜1分間の
乾熱処理を施すいわゆるサーモゾル方式での染色も可能
である。一方本発明の染料組成物を天然糊剤(例えばロ
ーカストビーンガム、グアーガム等)、加工糊剤(例え
ばカルボキシメチルセルロース等の繊維素誘導体、加工
ローカストビーンガム等)、合成糊剤(例えばポリビニ
ルアルコール、ポリビニル酢酸等)等とともに捺染糊を
調整し、布に印捺した後スチーミングまたはサーモゾル
処理する捺染法による染色を行なってもよい。
To dye hydrophobic fibers with a dye composition containing a dye of formula (1), formula (2) and optionally formula (3) used in the method of the present invention, It is advantageous to dye at a temperature of 105 ° C. or higher, preferably 110 ° C. to 140 ° C., under pressure in a dipped aqueous solvent. It is also possible to dye in the presence of a carrier such as o-phenylphenol or trichlorobenzene at a relatively high temperature, for example, boiling water. Alternatively, so-called thermosol method dyeing is also possible in which the dye dispersion is padded on a cloth and subjected to dry heat treatment at 150 to 230 ° C. for 30 seconds to 1 minute. On the other hand, the dye composition of the present invention contains a natural sizing agent (eg, locust bean gum, guar gum, etc.), a processed sizing agent (eg, fiber derivative such as carboxymethyl cellulose, processed locust bean gum, etc.), a synthetic sizing agent (eg, polyvinyl alcohol, polyvinyl). It is also possible to prepare a printing paste together with (acetic acid, etc.) and the like, and after printing on a cloth, dyeing by a printing method of steaming or thermosol treatment.

【0024】以下、本発明の効果を表1および表2によ
って説明する。説明中「部」および「%」はそれぞれ
「重量部」、「重量%」である。表1は、2.0デニー
ルのポリエステル加工糸織物(以下レギュラーPETと
称する)と0.14デニールのポリエステル加工糸織物
(以下極細ポリエステルと称する)を同浴染色したとき
の同色性を比較したものである。本発明の実施例の染料
組成物は比較例の市販染料よりいずれもレギュラーポリ
エステルと極細ポリエステルの濃度差が小さく、即ち同
色性が極めて優れていることがわかる。また表2から本
発明の実施例の染料組成物はいずれも極細素材では高い
水準が求められる耐光、昇華、湿潤(洗濯)の各堅牢度
が良好であることがわかる。
The effects of the present invention will be described below with reference to Tables 1 and 2. In the description, "part" and "%" are "part by weight" and "% by weight", respectively. Table 1 compares the same color properties of 2.0 denier polyester processed yarn fabric (hereinafter referred to as regular PET) and 0.14 denier polyester processed yarn fabric (hereinafter referred to as ultrafine polyester) when dyed in the same bath. Is. It can be seen that the dye compositions of the examples of the present invention have a smaller difference in concentration between the regular polyester and the ultrafine polyester, that is, the same color property, as compared with the commercially available dyes of the comparative examples. In addition, it can be seen from Table 2 that each of the dye compositions of the examples of the present invention has good fastness to light, sublimation, and wet (washing), which requires a high level for ultrafine materials.

【0025】[0025]

【表1】 [Table 1]

【0026】(注1)実施例1、2および3で得られた
各染料組成物2部を含む全量3000部の各染浴をそれ
ぞれ調製し、2.0デニールのポリエステル加工糸織物
50部と0.14デニールのポリエステル加工糸織物5
0部をそれぞれ浸漬し、130℃で60分間染色した
後、還元洗浄、水洗、乾燥した。比較例として市販染料
を実施例1の染料組成物の染布とほぼ同等の視感濃度と
なるように調整して、同様に染色処理した。 (注2)レギュラーPETに対する極細PETの濃度価
値比をCOMSEK III 測色システム(日本化薬
(株)製)を用いて測色し、算出した。数値が100に
近い程、染色物の濃度価値が近く、同色性が良好といえ
る。 (注3)比較染料として、Disperse Oran
ge 37の市販品を使用した。
(Note 1) A total of 3000 parts of each dyebath containing 2 parts of each of the dye compositions obtained in Examples 1, 2 and 3 was prepared, respectively, and 50 parts of 2.0 denier polyester processed yarn fabrics were prepared. 0.14 denier polyester processed yarn fabric 5
0 part of each was dipped and dyed at 130 ° C. for 60 minutes, then reduced and washed, washed with water and dried. As a comparative example, a commercially available dye was prepared so that the visual density was almost the same as that of the dye fabric of the dye composition of Example 1, and the dyeing treatment was performed in the same manner. (Note 2) The concentration-value ratio of ultrafine PET to regular PET was calculated by measuring the color using a COMSEK III color measurement system (manufactured by Nippon Kayaku Co., Ltd.). The closer the value is to 100, the closer the density value of the dyed product, and the better the color uniformity. (Note 3) As a comparative dye, Disperse Oran
A commercially available product of ge 37 was used.

【0027】[0027]

【表2】 [Table 2]

【0028】(注4)実施例1、2および3で得られた
各染料組成物2部を含む全量3000部の各染浴をそれ
ぞれ調製し、ポリエステルトロピカル布100部をそれ
ぞれに浸漬し、130℃で60分間染色した後、還元洗
浄し、水洗、乾燥して得られた染色物を用いて、堅牢度
試験を実施した。比較例の市販染料は実施例1の染料組
成物の染色物と略同等の視感濃度となるように調整し
て、同様に染色処理したものを使用した。
(Note 4) A total of 3000 parts of each dye bath containing 2 parts of each of the dye compositions obtained in Examples 1, 2 and 3 was prepared, and 100 parts of polyester tropical cloth was immersed in each of the dye baths, and 130 A dyeing product obtained by dyeing at 60 ° C. for 60 minutes, reduction washing, water washing and drying was subjected to a fastness test. The commercially available dye of the comparative example was prepared so that the dye density of the dye composition of Example 1 was substantially the same as that of the dyed product, and the dye was similarly treated.

【0029】(注5)JIS−L0842、カーボンア
ーク灯法、変褪色の程度をJIS変褪色用ブルースケー
ルで判定。 (注6)JIS−L0879B、180℃,30秒、ポ
リエステル白布への汚染の程度をJIS汚染用グレース
ケールで判定 (注7)染布を180℃で30秒間ヒートセットした
後、洗濯試験(AATCCTest Method 6
1 II Aに準ず)を実施し、ナイロン白布への汚染の程
度をJIS汚染用グレースケールで判定した。
(Note 5) JIS-L0842, the carbon arc lamp method, and the degree of discoloration are judged by the JIS blue scale for discoloration. (Note 6) JIS-L0879B, 180 ° C, 30 seconds, the degree of contamination of polyester white cloth is judged by JIS contamination gray scale. (Note 7) After heat setting the dyed cloth at 180 ° C for 30 seconds, washing test (AATCCTest Method 6
1 (according to IIA) was carried out, and the degree of contamination on the nylon white cloth was judged by the JIS contamination gray scale.

【0030】[0030]

【実施例】以下に実施例をあげて本発明を更に具体的に
説明する。実施例中「部」および「%」はそれぞれ「重
量部」および「重量%」である。
EXAMPLES The present invention will be described in more detail with reference to the following examples. In the examples, "parts" and "%" are "parts by weight" and "% by weight", respectively.

【0031】実施例1 式(4)で示される染料原末21部、式(2)で示され
る染料原末8部および式(3)で示される染料原末5部
をデモールN(花王(株)製、アニオン分散剤)66部
と共にサンドグラインダーを用いて微粒子化(分散化)
し、本発明の染料組成物を得た。この染料組成物2部
に、pH4.5に調整された純水を加えて3000部と
した染浴を調製し、ポリエステルトロピカル布100部
を浸漬し、130℃で60分間染色した後、染色物を4
5%のカセイソーダ6部、ハイドロサルファイト6部、
サンモールRC−700(日華化学(株)製、アニオン
界面活性剤)3部に水を加えて全量3000部とした浴
で、80℃、10分間の還元洗浄を施し、水洗、乾燥し
て、橙色の染色物を得た。得られた染色物の耐光、昇華
および洗濯堅牢度は良好な水準であった。
Example 1 21 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (4), 8 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (2) and 5 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (3) were added to Demol N (Kao ( Co., Ltd., anion dispersant) 66 parts with a sand grinder to make fine particles (dispersion)
Then, a dye composition of the present invention was obtained. Pure water adjusted to pH 4.5 was added to 2 parts of this dye composition to prepare 3000 parts of a dye bath, 100 parts of polyester tropical cloth was dipped and dyed at 130 ° C. for 60 minutes. 4
6% 5% caustic soda, 6 parts hydrosulfite,
Sanmor RC-700 (manufactured by Nika Kagaku Co., Ltd., anionic surfactant) was added with water to make a total amount of 3000 parts, and subjected to reduction washing at 80 ° C. for 10 minutes, washing with water and drying. An orange dyed product was obtained. The obtained dyed product had good levels of light fastness, sublimation and washing fastness.

【0032】実施例2 式(4)で示される染料原末24部および式(2)で示
される染料原末10部をデモールN(前述)66部と共
にサンドグラインダーを用いて微粒子化(分散化)し、
本発明の染料組成物を得た。この染料組成物2部を実施
例1と同様に染色処理し橙色の染色物を得た。得られた
染色物の耐光、昇華および洗濯堅牢度は良好な水準であ
った。
Example 2 24 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (4) and 10 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (2) were made into fine particles (dispersion) together with 66 parts of Demol N (previously described) using a sand grinder. ),
A dye composition of the present invention was obtained. 2 parts of this dye composition was dyed in the same manner as in Example 1 to obtain an orange dyed product. The obtained dyed product had good levels of light fastness, sublimation and washing fastness.

【0033】実施例3 式(4)で示される染料原末17部および式(2)で示
される染料原末13部及び式(3)で示される染料原末
4部をデモールN(前述)66部と共にサンドグライン
ダーを用いて微粒子化(分散化)し、本発明の染料組成
物を得た。この染料組成物2部を実施例1と同様に染色
処理し橙色の染色物を得た。得られた染色物の耐光、昇
華および洗濯堅牢度は良好な水準であった。
Example 3 17 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (4), 13 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (2) and 4 parts of the bulk powder of the formula (3) were added to Demol N (described above). The dye composition of the present invention was obtained by making fine particles (dispersion) together with 66 parts by using a sand grinder. 2 parts of this dye composition was dyed in the same manner as in Example 1 to obtain an orange dyed product. The obtained dyed product had good levels of light fastness, sublimation and washing fastness.

【0034】実施例4 実施例1で得られた染料組成物2部を含む全量3000
部の染浴を調製し、2.0デニールのポリエステル加工
糸織物50部と0.14デニールのポリエステル加工糸
織物50部をそれぞれ浸漬し、130℃で60分間染色
した後、還元洗浄、水洗、乾燥した。得られた染色物で
2.0デニール糸織物の染色物と0.14デニールの糸
織物の染色物との同色性を比較したところ、その同色性
が優れていた。
Example 4 A total of 3000 containing 2 parts of the dye composition obtained in Example 1.
Parts of dyeing bath are prepared, 50 parts of 2.0 denier polyester processed yarn fabric and 50 parts of 0.14 denier polyester processed yarn fabric are each dipped and dyed at 130 ° C. for 60 minutes, and then reduction washing, water washing, Dried. When the dyed product thus obtained was compared with the dyed product of the 2.0 denier yarn woven fabric and the dyed product of the 0.14 denier yarn woven fabric, the same chromaticity was found.

【0035】実施例5 実施例2で得られた染料組成物2部を含む全量3000
部の染浴を調製し、2.0デニールのポリエステル加工
糸織物50部と0.14デニールのポリエステル加工糸
織物50部をそれぞれ浸漬し、130℃で60分間染色
した後、還元洗浄、水洗、乾燥した。得られた染色物で
2.0デニール糸織物の染色物と0.14デニールの糸
織物の染色物との同色性を比較したところ、その同色性
が優れていた。
Example 5 A total of 3000 containing 2 parts of the dye composition obtained in Example 2.
Parts of dyeing bath are prepared, 50 parts of 2.0 denier polyester processed yarn fabric and 50 parts of 0.14 denier polyester processed yarn fabric are each dipped and dyed at 130 ° C. for 60 minutes, and then reduction washing, water washing, Dried. When the dyed product thus obtained was compared with the dyed product of the 2.0 denier yarn woven fabric and the dyed product of the 0.14 denier yarn woven fabric, the same chromaticity was found.

【0036】実施例6 実施例1の染料組成物20部に、水380部を加えた
後、ファインガムMC−8(第一工業製薬(株)製、糊
剤)7.5%とソルビトーゼC5(W・Aスコーテルン
社製、糊剤)4.5%、クエン酸0.3%を含む元糊6
00部と練り合わせ、ポリエステルパレス布上に印捺
し、175℃で7分間高温スチーミングを行った後、染
色物をソーダ灰2部、ハイドロサルファイト2部、メイ
サノールBHSニュー(明成化学工業(株)製、非イオ
ン界面活性剤)1部に水を加え全量1000部とした浴
中で、80℃、10分間の還元洗浄を施し、水洗、乾燥
して、橙色の染色物を得た。得られた染色物の耐光、昇
華、水堅牢度は良好な水準であった。
Example 6 To 20 parts of the dye composition of Example 1 was added 380 parts of water, and then 7.5% of fine gum MC-8 (manufactured by Daiichi Kogyo Seiyaku Co., Ltd., sizing agent) and sorbitose C5. (Wa Skotern Co., Ltd., sizing agent) 4.5%, citric acid 0.3% original paste 6
After kneading with 00 parts and printing on a polyester palace cloth and performing high-temperature steaming at 175 ° C for 7 minutes, the dyed product is 2 parts soda ash, 2 parts hydrosulfite, Meisanol BHS New (Meisei Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.) Manufactured by adding non-ionic surfactant (1 part), water was added to make a total amount of 1000 parts, subjected to reduction washing at 80 ° C. for 10 minutes, washed with water and dried to obtain an orange dyed product. The obtained dyed product had good levels of light fastness, sublimation and water fastness.

【0037】[0037]

【発明の効果】本発明の染料組成物を用いた染色法によ
り、太さの異なる繊維が複合化された素材の染色におい
て、優れた均染性および堅牢度が得られるものである。
By the dyeing method using the dye composition of the present invention, excellent levelness and fastness can be obtained in dyeing a material in which fibers having different thicknesses are combined.

Claims (3)

【特許請求の範囲】[Claims] 【請求項1】式(1) 【化1】 (式(1)中、X1 、X2 はそれぞれ独立した水素原子
または臭素原子を、R1は低級アルキル基またはアリル
基をそれぞれ表す)で示される染料および式(2) 【化2】 で示される染料そして必要により式(3) 【化3】 で示される染料を含有することを特徴とする橙色分散染
料組成物
1. A formula (1): (In the formula (1), X 1 and X 2 each independently represent a hydrogen atom or a bromine atom, and R 1 represents a lower alkyl group or an allyl group), and a dye represented by the formula (2): A dye represented by the formula and, if necessary, a compound of formula (3) An orange disperse dye composition containing a dye represented by
【請求項2】請求項1において式(1)で示される染料
30〜90重量%および式(2)で示される染料10〜
50重量%そして必要により式(3)で示される染料0
〜30重量%の割合で含有することを特徴とする請求項
1に記載の橙色分散染料組成物
2. The dye of the formula (1) 30 to 90% by weight and the dye 10 of the formula (2) in claim 1.
50% by weight and, if necessary, the dye of formula (3) 0
The orange disperse dye composition according to claim 1, wherein the orange disperse dye composition is contained in a proportion of about 30% by weight.
【請求項3】請求項1または請求項2に記載の分散染料
組成物を用いることを特徴とする疎水性繊維材料の染色
3. A method for dyeing a hydrophobic fiber material, which comprises using the disperse dye composition according to claim 1 or 2.
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