Sunvim Group Co. and Sunvim Hometextiles Co. | Date: 2006-03-28
Textile linings for garments; textile fabrics for the manufacture of clothing; calicos; towel cloth; towels; towel blankets; bath towels; pillow cases; floor towel mats; mattress covers; quilts; bed spreads; bed linen; bed blankets; upholstery fabrics; flax cloth; woolen cloth; felt cloth; household linen; printed calico cloth; fabric table runners; table cloths not of paper; curtains; table linen; textile place mats; unfitted fabric furniture covers; bed sheets; blanket throws.
Sunvim Group Co. | Date: 2009-04-14
Clothing, namely, suits, singlets, tee-shirts, camisoles, drawers, body linen, dressing gowns, tights, combinations, anti-sweat underwear, sweat-absorbent underclothing, anti-sweat underclothing, corselets, corsets, jerseys, sports jerseys, pyjamas, bath robes, pants, teddies, aprons; knitwear, namely, sweaters; beach clothes, namely, beach cover-ups, bikinis.
Sunvim Group Co. | Date: 2008-10-07
Table linen, bed linen; lingerie fabric; calico; washcloth; towels of textile; towel sheet; bath towel; pillow towel; floor towel; bed cover of textile; quilts; bed sheet of textile; bed linen; bed blankets; upholstery fabrics; table cloth; silk cloth; dimity; household linen; printed calico cloth; table runners of textile; furniture coverings of textile; place mats of textile; loose textile covers for furniture; sleeping bags.
Sunvim Group Co. | Date: 2014-03-12
Textile material; curtains of textile or plastic; plastic material (substitute for fabrics); wall hangings of textile; felt; towels of textile; bed covers; loose covers for furniture; washing mitts; blankets. Knitwear (clothing); singlets; tee-shirts; underwear; dressing gowns; corselets; sport jerseys; beach clothes; pajamas; bath robes.
Hao L.,Qingdao University |
Hao L.,Collaborative Innovation Center for Marine Biomass Fibers |
Hao L.,Sunvim Group Co. |
Wang R.,Qingdao University |
And 5 more authors.
Cellulose | Year: 2016
First, a crude cellulase was used to treat cotton fabrics to investigate its influences on the physicochemical properties of cotton. The FTIR and XRD analyses both confirmed the enzymatic treatment could increase the crystallinity of cotton, especially at a higher cellulase dosage. Once treated, the number of dissociable groups (–COOH) in cotton decreased, while that of the reducing groups (–CHO) increased. Second, copper phthalocyanine (CuPc) was selected to prepare an anionic nanoscale pigment dispersion to detect its dyeability on different cotton samples. It was concluded that the enzymatic hydrolysis itself had no significant impacts on the pigment dyeing performance. However, cellulase protein still stayed on the cotton surface after treatment and produced an enhancement effect on the pigment uptake due to strong hydrophobic interactions between them. This could be verified by K/S measurement and SEM observations. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Source