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V.32,no.4,Dec 2020
https://doi.org/10.5764/TCF.
Journal Textile Coloration and Finishing
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2020 / V.32,no.4,Dec
Title Antibacterial and Deodorant Processing to Remove Odor Substances from Duck Down
Authors Bum Hoon Lee and Hang Sung Cho1*
Institution/Affiliations Shinhan University, 1KITECH
Pages/Total page pp.232 ~ 238 / 7
Language Korean
Abstract Duck down is a feather of waterfowl and is used as an accessory for bedding products such as evil, pillow and outdoor sleeping bags due to its soft and bulky characteristics. Down is used mainly for winter outdoor such as padding and jumpers because of its excellent thermal insulation effect. Down wear is known as a product with high added value. Down is processed and sanitized because a large amount of oil and fat, bacteria, dust, insects, and soil are mixed. In particular, if the proper amount of oil and fat is not removed, it may cause odor or bacteria, and since the fishy smell peculiar to down and harmful VOCs (toluene, benzene, etc.) are released, there is a need to suppress the occurrence of bacteria through the provision of antibacterial function. In this study, we investigated the substances that cause the fishy odor of down, and confirmed the effect on the deodorization and antibacterial properties of down according to processing agents and processing conditions in order to impart deodorant and antibacterial properties to down.
Keywords duck down, deodorant, antibacterial, washing, zeolite
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Reference http://koreascience.or.kr/journal/OSGGBT.page?&lang=ko

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