Enzymes are substances related to living biochemical and they perform work of catalyst during the washing process. The enzyme does hydrolysis with the cellulose and deletes projecting fibers present in yarn; this is the first step. Faded effects use to be seen by enzyme wash. Forgetting neat fading effect on fabric, enzyme wash is a go-to process in the textile industry.
Enzyme Washing Process
There are mostly two kinds of the fabric washing process. One is a neutral enzyme while other is an acid enzyme. The PH of the neutral enzyme is 6.5 to 7.5. While acid enzyme keeps PH of 4.5 to 5.5. The enzyme is nothing but living biochemical which is sensitive too as it cannot remain alive below fifteen and above 55-degree centigrade. Washing process related to enzyme wash is completed in 4 steps:
First Step Of Enzyme Wash
The first step of enzyme wash is de-sizing. To remove dust, dirt particles, and other external objects from the surface of the fabric, this step comes into play. The second step is bio-abrasion. It consists of fiber removal. The third step is backwash. To resist the enzyme activity, this step is used. Because of high-temperature enzymes get dead. Next step is additional bleaching, but it is non-mandatory part of enzyme washing. Garment gets extra faded in this step.
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