Bacteria and fungi can develop on textile materials used in social and medical fields and these can be dangerous for human health. Infection-related diseases and deaths caused by microorganisms, unwanted odors and stains on clothes caused by microorganisms have increased the importance of antibacterial textile products. In addition, synthetic materials and heavy metals and antibacterial properties of textile materials are considered with doubt. Therefore, interest in natural medicinal and aromatic plants is increasing day by day.
In this study, especially grape seed which is thrown in our country or used as animal feed has been studied. According to TUIK data, wine grape production in our country in 2018 is approximately 464 thousand tons. In many developed countries, environmentally friendly and natural vegetable based grape seeds can be used in many different fields such as rich fatty acids, tocols, phenol compounds and sterols. Despite the antioxidant, antimicrobial, antiinflammatory and anticarcinogenic properties it possesses, the gypsum (grape seed, bunch and grape peel) released during the production of wine has not received its deserved value for years. However, in recent years, activities such as grape seed oil production and grape seed powder production are realized. In this study, the use of the antimicrobial property of grape seed in textile field has been studied. There is concern that antibacterial substances and methods used in the textile field may have harmful effects on human health and the environment. Therefore, in recent years, the production of environmentally friendly and natural plant based antibacterial substances and interest in textile applications are increasing day by day.
In this study, phenolic compounds were obtained by extracting the environmentally friendly and natural plant based grape seeds into powder. Then the phenolic compound in the extraction product was determined by HPLC and applied to 100% cotton textile by impregnation method. After drying and fixing process, antibacterial tests of the fabric were carried out with AATCC 147 antibacterial test method. As a result of the tests, it has been observed that the fabric treated with antibacterial lacquer gains antibacterial properties with its biostatic structure.
Publication Date : April 15, 2020
|APA||Harımdar, N , Akarslan, F . (2020). Pamuklu Kumaşa Antibakteriyel Bitim Uygulaması . Avrupa Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi , (18) , 142-147 . DOI: 10.31590/ejosat.652139|