a. Continuouc Dyeing - Fabric is continuously dyed. Dye lots may run to 30.000 yards/color.
b. Jet Dyeing - Used for dyeing Polyester. Pressure kettles which takes yes up to extremely high temperature and force dye into the fiber.
c. Mlllltron Dyeing - Developed by Milliken & Company for continuous pattern dyeing.
d. Piece Dyeing - Fabric is passed through the dye solution for a specified length of time.
e. Printing - A term referring to methods of applying designs to greige goods. Some types of printing are roller printing, screen printing, and handblocked printing.
f. Solution Dyeing - A solution of dye is added to the liquid synthetic before spinning it into a yarn.
g. Vat Dyeing - An insolube dye that has been made soluble is put on the fiber and then oxidized to the original insoluble form. Average dye lot 700 yards.
h. Yarn Dyeing - Yarn is dyed before it is woven into fabric.