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Laboratory Apparatus and Materials
Test method & No. Apparatus and Materials
Color fastness to
Washing
ISO 105
CO6(C2S)
1....
Yarn number
ASTM D 1059
1. Twist Tester
2. Length Measuring Device
3. Razor-Edge Craft Knife, or Sharp Pointed Scissors or...
Dimensional
Changes of
Garments after
Home Laundering
AATCC 150
1. Automatic washing machine (Whirlpool,Miele, Electrolux)...
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  1. 1. Laboratory Apparatus and Materials Test method & No. Apparatus and Materials Color fastness to Washing ISO 105 CO6(C2S) 1. Gyrowash (James Heal), Suitable mechanical device consisting water bath containing a rotatable shaft, 40rpm. 2. Stainless steel container, 550 + 50ml. 3. Non-corrodible stainless steel ball, 6mm dia. 4. Multifiber DW & adjacent fabrics. 5. ECE phosphate reference detergent. 6. Sodium perborate. 7. Electrical balance. 8. Grey scale for assessing color change & staining. Color fastness to Rubbing ISO 105 X 12 1. Crock meter, consisting of: A circular rubbing surface finger measuring 16mm in diameter exerting a downward force of 9N when moving back and forth along a straight line track of 100mm on the specimen. 2. Cotton rubbing fabric: The rubbing fabric shall comply with ISO 105-F section F09 the fabric 3. Balance accurate to 0.01g. 4. Grey Scales Staining. 5. Color Matching Cabinet. 6. For Wet Rubbing only Distilled / Deionised Grade 3 Water Color fastness to Water ISO 105 EO1 1. Perspirometer (ISO) 2. Acrylic plate (60 x 115 x 1.5) mm. 3. Oven, 37 + 20c. 4. Flat bottom dish. 5. Multifiber DW & adjacent fabrics. 6. Grey scale for assessing color change & staining. Length of woven Fabric ASTM D 3773 1. Flat Horizontal Surface, at least 3 m (3 yd) long and having a width equal to or greater than the widest fabric to be measured. 2. Length-Measuring Device, metal rule or steel tape, 1 m (1 yd) minimum length graduated in 1 mm (1⁄16 in.) unit 3. Pins, suitable for use as markers. Width of woven Fabric ASTM D 3774 1. Measuring device, metre (yard) stick or steel tape having 1-mm (1⁄16-in.) graduations and a length that is greater than the width of fabric to be measured. Thickness of Textile Materials ASTM D 1777 1. Thickness Gauge 2. Automatic Microprocessor Data Gathering Systems, optional. 3. Spring Force or Compression Test Apparatus, may be substituted for the dead-weight-type thickness gauge providing they meet the specified conditions 4. Cutting Dies or Templates, to cut specimens having minimum dimensions at least 20 % greater than any dimension of the presser
  2. 2. Yarn number ASTM D 1059 1. Twist Tester 2. Length Measuring Device 3. Razor-Edge Craft Knife, or Sharp Pointed Scissors or Equivalent. 4. Tensioning Weights, accurate to 1 part in 100. 5. Balance 6. Dissecting Needle, Scribe, or Stylus, (hereafter needle). 7. Auxiliary Equipment for Raveling Tricot Fabric: 7.1 Metal Clamps 7.2 Sharp Pointed Scissors. 7.3 Tweezers. 7.4 Magnifying Glass, 3 to 53, preferably equipped with light 8. Masking Tape. 9. Test (or Specimen) Board Count of woven fabric ASTM D 3775 1. Use any suitable device, such as pick glass, rule and pointer, microfilm reader, or projection equipment. 2. Use a scale graduated in mm (1⁄16 in.) to measure the width of the fabric test specimen to be raveled for a count of yarns. Count of knit fabric ASTM D 3887 1. Use any suitable magnifying and counting device (such as pick glass, rule and pointer, microfilm reader, or projection equipment). Fabric weight (GSM) ASTM D 3776 1. Scale, with a capacity and sensitivity sufficient to weigh the full piece, roll, bolt, or cut units to within 60.1 % of their gross mass. The accuracy of the scale should be certified by a recognized authority. 2. Balance, having a capacity and sensitivity to weigh within 60.1 % of the mass of the specimens being tested. 3. Cutting Die, either square or round with an area of at least 13 cm2 Dimensional Changes of Fabrics after Home Laundering AATCC 135 1. Automatic washing machine (Whirlpool,Miele, Electrolux) 2. Automatic tumble dryer (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 3. Conditioning/drying racks with pull-out screens 4. Facilities for drip drying and line drying. 5. 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent 6. Ballast of 920 × 920 mm (36 × 36 in.) hemmed pieces of bleached cotton sheeting (Wash load ballast type 1) 7. Indelible ink marking pen for use with suitable rule, tape, marking Measuring devices: 7.1 Tape or rule marked in millimeters, eighths or tenths of an inch. 7.2 Shrinkage template marked directly in percent dimensional change 7.3 Scale with at least 5.0 kg (10.0 lb) capacity.
  3. 3. Dimensional Changes of Garments after Home Laundering AATCC 150 1. Automatic washing machine (Whirlpool,Miele, Electrolux) 2. Automatic tumble dryer (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 3. Conditioning/drying racks with pullout screens 4. Facilities for drip drying and line drying. 5. 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent 6. Ballast of 920 × 920 ± 30 mm (36 × 36 ± 1 in.) hemmed pieces of bleached cotton sheeting (Wash load ballast type 1) 7. Indelible ink marking pen for use with suitable rule, tape, marking template 8. Measuring devices. 8.1 Tape or rule marked in millimeters, eighths or tenths of an inch. 8.2 Tape or ruled template marked directly in % dimensional change 9. Balance with at least 5.0 kg (10.0 lb) capacity. Smoothness of Seams in Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering AATCC 88B 1. Automatic washing machine (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 2. Automatic tumble dryer (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 3. Drip dry and line dry facilities. 4. 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent or 2003 AATCC Standard Reference Liquid Detergent 5. Ballast of 92 × 92 ± 3 cm (36 × 36 ± 1 in.) hemmed pieces of bleached cotton sheeting (Wash load ballast type 1) 6. Lighting and evaluation area in an otherwise darkened room using the overhead lighting arrangement. It has been the experience of many observers that light reflected from the side walls near the viewing board can interfere with the rating results. It is recommended that the side walls be painted matte black (85° gloss less than 5 units) or that blackout curtains be mounted on both sides of the viewing board to eliminate the reflective interference. 7. Standard AATCC Photographic Seam Smoothness Replicas prepared for rating single- and double-needle seams. 8. Steam or dry iron with appropriate fabric temperature settings. 9. Scale with at least 5 kg or 10 lb capacity. Retention of Creases in Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering AATCC 88C 1. Automatic washing machine (Whirlpool,Miele, Electrolux) 2. Automatic tumble dryer (Whirlpool,Miele, Electrolux) 3. Drip dry and line dry facilities. 4. 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent or 2003 AATCC Standard Reference Liquid Detergent 5. Ballast of 92 × 92 ± 3 cm (36 × 36 ± 1 in.) hemmed pieces of bleached cotton sheeting (Wash load ballast type 1) 6. Lighting and evaluation area in an otherwise darkened room using the overhead lighting arrangement It has been the experience of many observers that light reflected from the side walls near the viewing board can interfere with the rating results. It is recommended that the side walls be painted matte black (85° gloss less than 5 units) or that blackout curtains be mounted on both sides of the viewing board to eliminate the reflective interference. 7. A 500-watt DXC (RFL-2) flood lamp with reflector and light
  4. 4. shield, positioned for evaluating crease retention. 8. Standard AATCC Three-Dimensional Crease Replicas, set of five 9. Steam or dry iron with appropriate fabric temperature settings. 10. Scale with at least 5 kg or 10 lb capacity. Smoothness Appearance (FABRIC) AATCC 124 1. Automatic washing machine(Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 2. Automatic tumble dryer (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 3. Drip dry and line dry facilities. 4. Detergents. 5. 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent, powder or 2003 Standard Reference Detergent, liquid 6. Ballast of 92 × 92 ± 3 cm (36 × 36 ± 1 in.) hemmed pieces of bleached cotton sheeting (Wash load ballast type 1) 7. Lighting and evaluation area in an otherwise darkened room using the overhead lighting arrangement. It has been the experience of many observers that light reflected from the side walls near the viewing board can interfere with the rating results. It is recommended that the side walls are painted matte black (85° gloss less than 5 units) or that blackout curtains be mounted on both sides of the viewing board to eliminate the reflective interference. 8. Standard AATCC Three-Dimensional Smoothness Appearance Replicas set of six 9. Steam or dry iron with appropriate fabric temperature settings. 10. Scale with at least 5 kg or 10 lb capacity. Smoothness Appearance (GARMENT) AATCC 143 1. Automatic washing machine (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 2. Automatic tumble dryer(Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 3. Drip dry and line dry facilities. 4. 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent or 2003 AATCC Standard Reference Liquid Detergent 5. Ballast of 920 × 920 ± 30 mm (36 × 36 ± 1 in.) hemmed pieces of bleached cotton sheeting (Wash load ballast type 1) 6. Lighting and evaluation area in an otherwise darkened room using the overhead lighting arrangement. It has been the experience of many observers that light reflected from the side walls near the viewing board can interfere with the rating results. It is recommended that the side walls are painted matte black (85° Gloss less than 5 units) or that blackout curtains be mounted on both sides of the viewing board to eliminate the reflective interference. 7. A 500-watt DXC (RFL-2) flood lamp with reflector and light shield, positioned, for evaluating crease retention. 8. Standard AATCC Three-Dimensional Smoothness Appearance Replicas set of six. 9. Standard AATCC Photographic Seam Smoothness Replicas prepared for rating single- and double-needle seams. The reproductions should not be used for rating. 10. Standard AATCC Three-Dimensional Crease Replicas, set of five 11. Scale with at least 5 kg or 10 lb capacity.
  5. 5. Skewness Change in Fabric and Garment Twist Resulting from Automatic Home Laundering AATCC 179 1. Indelible ink marking pen. 2. Right triangle, L-square, or marking template. 3. Tape or rule marked in mm, tenths of an inch or smaller increments. 4. Conditioning/drying racks with pull-out screens 5. Automatic washing machine (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 6. Automatic tumble dryer (Whirlpool, Miele, Electrolux) 7. 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent 8. Scale with at least 5 kg (10 lb) capacity. 9. Ballast of 920 × 920 ± 30 mm (36 × 36 ± 1 in.) hemmed pieces of bleached cotton sheeting (Wash load ballast type 1) 10. Facilities for drip drying and line drying. 11. Digital Imaging System Water Resistance: Rain Test AATCC 35 1. AATCC Rain Tester 2. White AATCC Textile Blotting Paper Bursting strength(Diaphrag m) ASTM D 3786 1. Inflated Diaphragm Bursting strength tester with full assembly Tensile test ASTM D 5034 (Grab test) 1. Tensile Testing Machine (CRE type) 2. Clamps and Jaw Faces 3. For grab test, the full assembly 4. Pins, stainless-steel, 10-mm diameter by 125 mm long. Tear test ASTM D 1424 1. Pendulum testing machine, in which the test specimen is held between two jaws, one movable and the other fixed to the frame. The moving jaw is attached to a pendulum which can fall under the influence of gravity. The pendulum shall provide for the test specimen to be torn without coming in contact with the pendulum during the test. The apparatus is made up of the following parts: 1.1 A rigid framework, 1.2 A pendulum, 1.3 A mechanical or electronic device 1.4 A movable jaw 1.5 A sharp knife 2. Equipment for cutting out test specimens pH Value AATCC 81 1. pH meter with 0.1 unit graduations. 2. Beakers, glass, 400 mL. 3. Buffer solutions, pH 4.0, 7.0, 10.0 Prepared by Abu Sayed For Snowtex Apparels Ltd.

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