Textile

The textile industry is one of the largest in the world and encompasses more than just the clothes we wear. Think tea bags, car upholstery covers, seat belts, medical sutures and even fire fighting suits − all these are different types of textiles, though it isn't obvious. The chemicals manufactured by ABCIL play a pivotal role in bleaching and making of dyes and pigments to add colour to fabrics.

 
Products and applications
   
Caustic soda lye/flakes
Used to process cotton and dye synthetic fibres.
   
Chlorinated paraffin
Used to manufacture rexin cloth for upholstery.
   
Liquid chlorine
Used as a bleaching agent.
   
Stable bleaching powder
Used to bleach cotton fibres.