Reactive Dyes are the most versatile and popular class of Organic Dyes for importing color on cellulosic fibers. As the name suggests, these dyes chemically react with cellulose to form a covalent bond between dye molecule and cellulose. The salient features of Reactive Dyes are
In order to ensure uninterrupted supply line of key raw materials and stability of pricing for its customers, KIL embarked upon the process of backward integration. In the first stage, facilities for Dye Intermediates were set up at the village Padra ( Vadodara, India ).Close to 60 percent of intermediates required for Dyes manufacturing are manufactured at this facility. The commissioning of this facility has empowered KIL to
Setting up of the facility for manufacturing Sulphuric Acid is the second stage of backward integration of Dye manufacturing cycle. The plant has installed capacity of 500 TPD near Effluent Canal, Padra, Vadodara (Gujarat). KIL produces chemicals for its own consumption and for other industries like Pharmaceuticals, Detergents, Chemicals industry etc. Variety of chemicals are produced viz.