In dyeing, a differentiation is made between continuous and discontinuous processes. So-called cold batch dyeing is used if there is a high portion of cellulose fibers. The thermosol process is frequently used for large production runs. The term batch process is used for jet dyeing. Also during dyeing, the web tension can have a major influence on the homogeneity of the dyeing and prevent Moiré effects. Of course, the web must be completely spread during dyeing and precise rewinding after the dyeing process is required to achieve color development over the entire length and web width during the dwelling process.