Plasma treatment of polyamide fabric surface by hybrid corona-dielectric barrier discharge: Material characterization and dyeing/washing processes

Imagem de Miniatura




Gasi, Fernando
Petraconi, Gilberto
Bittencourt, Edison
Lourenço, Sérgio Ricardo
Castro, Alonso Hernan Ricci
De Souza Miranda, Felipe
Essiptchouk, Alexei Mikhailovich [UNESP]
Nascimento, Larissa
Petraconi, André
Fraga, Mariana Amorim

Título da Revista

ISSN da Revista

Título de Volume



In this study, the hybrid corona-dielectric barrier discharge plasma treatment was employed to modify the physical, chemical and morphological characteristics of a half-knitted fabric composed of 92% polyamide 6.6 and 8% elastane (PA). These properties of the fabric were evaluated by the water contact angle, x-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy techniques. In addition, the dyeing and washing processes were also investigated. A significant reduction of the contact angle was observed for plasma-treated PA. Infrared spectroscopy analyses indicated that C-H, N-H, and N-O groups in PA increased after plasma treatment, explaining the improved coloring strength for the plasma-treated samples when dyed with reactive and acid dyes. A better fixation of dye was also observed after the atmospheric plasma treatment. Furthermore, dyeing with a basic and acid dye caused the dyeability increases for the plasma-treated sample compared with the untreated sample.



Corona, Dielectric barrier discharge, Polyamide, Surface treatment, Textile

Como citar

Materials Research, v. 23, n. 1, 2020.