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The difference between the Tensile Testing Methods

Tensile is measuring the maximum force a fabric can be subjected to before it ruptures. However, there are two methods that you can use to test the tensile force: the Strip Method (AS2001.2.3.1) and the Grab Method (AS2001.2.3.2). 1、The Grab Method (AS2001.2.3.2) The Grab Method uses a sample of f...

08-09

Carpet main flammability tests

For manufacturers of textile, resilient, laminate and hardwood flooring products, EN ISO 11925-2 and EN ISO 9239-1 are the most important test methods called up for classification. Commercial and contract application floorcovering products will most probably be tested against the requirements which ...

08-09

Various kinds of textile fibers

Textiles, or human-made clothes or fabrics, are made up of many parts. The dyes, fabrics, yarns, threads, and decorations that come together to make a finished textile are like the ingredients used to make a meal. Just as good cooking is defined by using the best ingredients, so are textiles defined...

08-03

Textile testing

1. Dimensional Stability and related tests :(Dimensional Stability) Dimensional Stability of washing machine, dimension Stability of hand washing, dimension Stability of dry cleaning and dimension Stability of steam. 2. Color fastness to soaping fastness: (Colorfastness) (samples), rubbing fastness,...

07-26

What are the different of Friction and Abrasion for Fabric

Friction: friction refers to the effect of hindering the movement on the contact surface when there is a relative motion or relative movement trend between two objects in contact with each other. Friction can be divided into sliding friction and rolling friction. Abrasion: abrasion refers to the wea...

07-26

Four types of Yarn clearer

Yarn clearer is the device which is used to remove the following faults of yarn in order to increase the yarn quality and weaving efficiency. Electronic type Electronic yarn Clearers ensures excellent clearing to be obtained with minimum mechanical stress on the yarn. The places, not possible with t...

07-13

Fabric abrasion Resistance Test

Abrasion: Abrasion is one aspect of wear and is the rubbing away of the component fibers and yarns of the fabric. Abrasion may be classified as follows- Plane or flat abrasion-A flat area of material is abraded. Edge abrasion-This kind of abrasion occurs at collars and folds. Flex abrasion-In this c...

07-13

Introduction of types of protective Textiles

Protective Textiles: Textiles, which have most common uses for clothing that provide a certain outlook or appearances. But for working in adverse environment we need protection rather than appearances. Protective textile is one kind of technical textile which provides some protective functions like ...

07-13

AATCC 169 is different with AATCC 16

AATCC 16E-1987 Colorfastness to Light:Water-Cooled Xenon-Arc Lamp, Continuous Light is discontinued , superseded by Method 16. AATCC 169 different with AATCC 16 ,Please check is as belows: 1.AATCC169 method 3 is different from AATCC 16E method 3,I attach AATCC 16E method 3 below: The above five te...

07-06

The Characteristic of Moisture Management Tester

Fabric liquid moisture transport properties in multi-dimensions, called moisture management properties influence the human perception of moisture sensations significantly. Some standards and test methods can be employed to evaluate the fabrics simple absorbency and wicking properties, and the liquid...

07-06

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