Versatile Textiles has been founded by Dr. Anil Kumar Jain, a Ph.D in Textile Chemistry from IIT Delhi, with about 30 years experience in Textile Industries of international repute in India & abroad as R&D leader and published many papers in international journals. We are manufacturers of Antimicrobial agents for textiles with expertise in technical and new product development for textile industry.
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain
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- Researched and developed versatile Antimicrobial Agents for textiles
- Providing consultancy to multiple textile organizations in areas of textile processing for all types of fibers.
- Textile expert with 30 years of experience in areas of product development, R&D, problem solving, cost reduction, process optimization, productivity improvement and system development.
- Expertise in solving quality problem in pretreatment, dyeing, printing & finishing of all types of fabrics, yarn and fibers
- Worked as a senior leader in various organizations in India and abroad such as Raymond (India), Trident (India), Mafatlal (India), Bharat Tissus (India), Saudi-Japanese Textiles (Saudi Arabia), Churchgate group (Nigeria), Bahir Dar Textile Share Company (Ethiopia), Ministry of Industry (Ethiopia).
- Ph.D in Textile Chemistry from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India (1989).
- Qualified lead assessor for managing and auditing ISO-9000 quality system.
MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, ETHIOPIAAs Textile Expert solved problems in Bahir Dar Textile Company, Kombolcha Textile Company, Almeda Textiles.
ALPS INDS. LTD., MEERUT, INDIA
TRIDENT LTD., BHOPAL, INDIA
HANUNG TOYS & TEXTILES LTD., NOIDA, INDIA
CENTEX FABRICS EXPORT UNIT, LUDHIANA, (PUNJAB), INDIA
BHARAT SILK GROUPS, BANGALORE, INDIA
MORDI TEXTILES AND PROCESSORS LTD., BANSWARA, UNIT OF RSWM, INDIA
SAUDI JAPANESE TEXTILE CO. LTD., SAUDI ARABIA
CREDO LTD., CHURCHGATE GROUP, NIGERIA
RAYMOND LTD. BOMBAY, INDIA
MAFATLAL FINE SPG & MFG CO. LTD., INDIA
AHMADABAD TEXTILE INDUSTRY’S RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, INDIA
- The role of ethylene glycols during sublimation transfer printing of cotton. [R.B.Chavan and A.K.Jain, J.Soc. Dyers and Colorists, 104, (1988) 220.]
- Solubility parameters for transfer printing of cotton pretreated with ethylene glycols. [R.B.Chavan and A.K.Jain, Amer. Dyestuff Rep., Dec. (1987), 48, Feb. (1988) 29.]
- The sublimation transfer printing of cotton pretreated with various cross-linking agents and high boiling point glycols.[R.B.Chavan and A.K.Jain, Amer. Dyestuff Rep., March (1988), 40.]
- Effect of thickener film structure on dye release during sublimation transfer printing of polyester. [R.B.Chavan and A.K.Jain, Indian J. Text. Res., 14, March (1989), 39.]
- Importance of the structure of thickener film, Dye vapor pressure and solubility parameter during sublimation transfer printing.[R.B.Chavan and A.K.Jain, J.Soc. Dyers and Colorists, 105, (1989) 73.]
- Transfer printing – A technique for handloom industry.[R.B.Chavan and A.K.Jain, Colourage, 34, June (1987) 15]
- Distribution of disperse dyes on polyester and cotton components of resin treated blend during sublimation transfer printing. [R.B.Chavan and A.K.Jain, Published in Indian Textile Journal.]
- One bath dyeing of P/C blends with disperse/reactive mixtures. [Published in American dyestuff reporter.]
- Effect of water hardness on reactive dyeing of cotton fabric. [Published in ATIRA Journal.]
- Use of Formic acid in place of Acetic acid in disperse dyeing of polyester. [Published in ATIRA Journal.]
- Development of antimicrobial textiles using zinc pyrithione. [Research Journal of Textile and Apparel, Vol. 21 Issue: 3, (2017), pp.188-202.]
- Development of multifunctional cotton using fluorocarbon resin. [Journal of Textiles and Fibrous Materials , Vol. 1:1-8, (2018)]
- Implementation of cost effective wet processing of cotton textiles in Bahir Dar Textile share Company. [Colourage, Vol. 65, June, (2018), pp. 45-49]
- Development of shrink resistance cotton using fluorocarbon. [Fashion and Textiles, accepted for publication in July, 2018]
Accomplishments & Technical solutions provided
Bahir Dar Textile Company (Ethiopia)
- Absorbency problem in RFD 100% cotton bed sheets.
Kombolcha Textile Company (Ethiopia)
- Inferior whiteness problem in full white goods.
- Productivity improvement.
Almeda Textile (Ethiopia)
- Elimination of color stains in defence bedsheets dyed on CPB machine.
Alps Inds. Ltd. (India)
- Improved RFT dyeing of Home Furnishings mainly decorative fabrics (Sofa Covers, Curtains etc.)
- Established system for Lab to bulk reproducibility.
Trident Ltd. (India)
- Set up cold pad batch dyeing of terry towel & resolved all quality issues.
Hanung Toys & Textiles Ltd. (India)
- Developed new finishes like water repellent, oil repellent, aroma finish, bio wash, MXL finish, anti bacterial finish for wider width cotton bed sheets.
- Resolved problem of wax bar, centre to selvedge color variation, patchy dyeing, color stains.
- Defects generated on Cold Pad Batch machine were eliminated.
- Achieved 96% packing.
- Optimized the process of Exhaust and Continuous bleaching.
- Established reactive printing of cotton fabric.
Centex Fabrics Export Unit (India)
- Set up safe & optimized process route, process control parameters right from the proto stage to bulk for women’s scarves made up of cotton, viscose, wool, silk, bamboo, soya, cash wool and their blends.
- Set up the complete printing process right from fabric preparation to printing, steaming, after print wash followed by finishing. Developed products like discharge prints, ombre effects, dip dyed effect, brushed effect on cotton, silk and viscose.
- Achieved reproducibility and consistency, increased buyer satisfaction. Company’s turnover increased from 30 crores to 100 crores in two years.
Bharat Silk Groups (India)
- Set up process route, process control parameters right from the proto stage to bulk production for yarn & fabric dyeing and printing of silk & silk blended fabrics.
- Established process for degumming of silk filament.
- Achieved RFT, reduced rework, reduced dead stock by repairing 10 tons of dyed silk filament.
- Established biowash for piece dyed silk fabric, Water repellent, soil release, stain repellent for silk fabrics used for rain coat and umbrella and flame retardant finish for home furnishing.
Mordi Textiles and Processors Ltd. (India)
- Set up safe & optimized process route, process control parameters right from the proto stage to bulk production for suiting fabrics of polyester blended fabrics.
- Resolved quality issues & customer complaints.
- Reduced cost of production, reprocessing in yarn and fabric dyeing, increased productivity, reduced damages.
- Established processing of 100% Tencel and polyester/ tencel blends.
- Successfully processed polyester/viscose/lycra both piece dyed and fibre dyed suiting fabrics.
Established stain repellant, soil release, water repellant finish.
Saudi Japanese Textile Co. Ltd. (Saudi Arabia)
- Assured quality of Thobe and Abaya fabrics by implementing Japanese Quality Assurance system.
R & D activities to develop new products.
Credo Ltd., Churchgate Group (Nigeria)
- Established Scotch guard, Teflon finish with HT label on suiting fabrics.
- Established processing of polyester/viscose/lycra blended suiting fabrics.
- Led the efforts to get ISO-9002 certificate.
- Reduced defect, cost and value loss.
- Established quality systems for African prints cotton fabric printed on Stork rotary and bleached on Goller continuous bleaching range.
Raymond Ltd. (India)
- Led the efforts to get ISO-9001 certificate.
- Developed value added finishes like water repellant, flame retardant, stain repellant, soil release, machine washable on wool and poly/wool suiting fabrics.
Mafatlal Fine SPG & MFG Co. Ltd. (India)
- Led the efforts to get ISO-9002 certificate.
Ahmedabad Textile Industry’s Research Association (India)
- Led the project entitled “Up-gradation in Technology to enhance exports of finished textiles”.