IGS HAMMAMI CO. was established in 1979.  Our company can supply Dyestuff, Pigments, Inks, Dyeing Machines and Lab Equipments and Color-Matching Systems. The types of dyestuff that we can supply are used for dyeing or printing on textile.

Disperse Dyestuff:

Disperse Dye is a group of non-ionic dyes with no water-soluble groups in their structures, as are applied with the aid of high temperature.

Its main application is in the dyeing and printing of polyester, acetate and polyamide fibers and fabrics with good affinity, resulting in bright colors and excellent fastness on textiles.

Direct Dyestuff:

Direct dye is one of the water-soluble dyes which features in large number of products, complete color range, big production and wide application.  It can be applied easily and is suitable not only for the dyeing and printing cellulose fibers such as cotton, linen, and viscose, but also for the dyeing and printing of animal fibers such as silk and wool as well as for the dyeing of paper pulp and handicraft fiber articles.

Reactive Dyestuff:

Reactive dyestuffs are water-soluble dyes.  The Advantage of using that dyestuff with the high fastness for dying cotton fabrics or yarns.

They come in different groups (Bismonchlorotriazine, Bifunctional, Vinyl Sulfone, ChlorodifluoroPyrimidine, Monochlorotriazine).

Basic Dyestuff:

Basic dyestuffs are used for dyeing Acrylic and wool.

The types of inks that we could supply you are used for printing on cardboard such as offset inks and we’ve got flexo inks with solvent or water base.


With IGS HAMMAMI CO. sheet feed offset inks and Flexo Inks; will get you the full benefit of experience in inks latest development. A line designed to meet practical, everyday demands that reveal amazing possibilities. Process inks, flexo inks, metallic inks are accompanied by a broad spectrum of varnishes; additives and dampening solution cover the full range of applications. We’re fully aware of our responsibility to our customers. In addition to pure issues of inks quality, this also applies to economic efficiency, handling and ecological issues. We have achieved major advances optimizing our systems across board.

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