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Gray Scale for Color Change STANDARD published 2012 by American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Product Details Published: 2012 Number of Pages:3 File Size: 1 file , 980 KB Full Description This evaluation procedure describes the use of a Gray Scale for visually evaluating changes in color of textiles resulting from colorfastness tests. For instrumental assessment of change of color of a test specimen refer to AATCC Evaluation Procedure 7. A precise colorimetric specification of...
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AATCC Technical Manual, 2013 Edition HANDBOOK / MANUAL / GUIDE published by American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Full Description Published annually. Contains all current AATCC test methods plus AATCC research and administrative committee rosters and reports as well as monographs and evaluation procedures.
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Antibacterial Finishes on Textile Materials: Assessment of (Editorial Revision 2009) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2004 / 3 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method provides a quantitative procedure for the evaluation of the degree of antibacterial activity. Assessment of antibacterial activity finishes on textile material is determined by the degree of antibactieral activity intended in the use of such materials. If only bacteriostatic activity ( inhibition...
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Mercerization in Cotton (Editorial Revision 2009) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2008 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method provides a method for the determination of the presence of mercerization in dyed and undyed cotton yarns and fabrics. In addition, the test will give an indication of the completeness of the reaction between the cotton and the mercerization bath. 2. Principle 2.1 Carefully scoured specimens of the cotton to be tested and unmercerized cotton...
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Water Resistance: Rain Test (Editorial Revision 2009) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2006 / 2 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method is applicable to any textile fabric, which may or may not have been given a water-resistant or water-repellent finish. It measures the resistance of fabrics to the penetration of water by impact, and thus can be used to predict the probable rain penetration resistance of fabrics. It is especially suitable for measuring the...
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Spectrophotometer UV Energy Calibration Procedure for Optically Brightened Textiles American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2008 / 1 pages This evaluation procedure describes the use of the Textile UV Calibration Standard (TUVCS) for inter-instrument calibration of UV content in the light source of spectrophotometers for the purpose of measuring white or light to medium colored textiles that have been optically brightened with a fluorescent whitening agent. UV absorption...
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Formaldehyde Release from Fabric, Determination of: Sealed Jar Method (Editorial Revision - 2011) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2008 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method is applicable to textile fabrics that evolve formaldehyde, particularly fabrics finished with chemicals containing formaldehyde. It provides accelerated storage conditions and an analytical means for determining the amount of formaldehyde released under the conditions of accelerated storage....
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Water Resistance: Impact Penetration Test (Editorial Revision 2009) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2007 / 2 pages 1.1 This test method is applicable to any textile fabric, which may or may not have been given a water-repellent finish. It measures the resistance of fabrics to the penetration of water by impact, and thus can be used to predict the probable resistance of fabrics to rain penetration resistance of garment fabrics. 1.2 The results obtained with this test...
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Procedure for the Evaluation of Multifiber Adjacent Fabrics American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2007 / 3 pages This procedure is intended to permit the qualification of candidate multifiber test fabrics, by comparing the staining of their components with that of a control multifiber fabric, under controlled conditions.
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Colorfastness to Crocking: Textile Floor Coverings--Crockmeter Method (Editorial Revision 2011) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2008 Editorial Revision 2011 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method is designed to determine the degree of color transfer from the surface of textile floor coverings to other surfaces by rubbing. The intent is to reproduce as nearly as possible true-to-life situations in all constructions whether dyed, printed or otherwise colored. 1.2...
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Colorfastness: Dye Transfer in Storage; Fabric-to-Fabric (Editorial Revision - 2011) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2007 Purpose and Scope 1.1 The storage of garments made with component parts of more than one shade sometinmes results in the transfer of dye from one area to another, normally from the darker to the lighter shade. This phenomenon is distinct from sublimation temperature of dyes as well as with non-subliming dyes. This test method is intended to be an...
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Aqueous Liquid Repellency: Water/Alcohol Solution Resistance Test (Editorial Revision - 2011) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2007 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method can be used to determine the efficacy of a protective finish that is capable of imparting a low energy surface on all types of fabrics, by evaluating the fabric's resistance to wetting by a selected series of water/alcohol solutions of different surface tensions. 2. Principle 2.1 Drops of...
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Colorfastness to Bleaching with Hydrogen Peroxide American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2009 / 3 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method is intended for evaluating the resistance of the color of textiles of all kinds except polyamide, in all forms, to the action of bleach baths containing hydrogen peroxide at concentrations commonly employed in textile processing.
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Extractable Content of Greige and/or Prepared Textiles American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2009 / 3 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method is intended for determining the amount of water, enzyme and organic solvent extractable materials in yarn or fabric containing cellulosic fibers or blends thereof. 2. Principle 2.1 Water and enzyme soluble materials are removed from a test specimen in order by treatments in (1) hot water, and (2) amylase solution. Oils, fats...
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Dimensional Changes of Fabrics: Accelerated (Editorial Revision -2011) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2009 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method is an accelerated procedure for determination of the dimensional change of fabrics. The procedure uses an apparatus with programmable settings that simulate multiple home or commercial laundering actions as well as wet processing operations. 1.2 This method does not replace dimensional change test methods currently in...
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Instrumental Color Measurement American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 01-Jan-2003 / 6 pages
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Insect Pest Deterrents on Textiles American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 01-Jan-2004 / 2 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method covers procedures for the evaluation of compounds or treatments designed to protect textile fabrics and yarns from damage by insect pests, such as moths or carpet beetles. They comprehend not only the initial protection furnished by the treatment, but also the permanency of the protection during conditions of ordinary service. 2....
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Whiteness of Textiles (Reaffirmed) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2000 / 2 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method provides procedures for measuring the whiteness and tint of textiles. 1.2 Whiteness as measured by this test method is an indication of how white the textiles appears to an average viewer. Tint, if other than zero, is an indication of a reddish or greenish hue having shifted away form a bluish hue with a dominant wavelength of 466 nm. The...
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Electrical Resistivity of Fabrics (Reaffirmed) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2001 / 2 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 The purpose of this test method is to determine the electrical surface resistivity of fabrics. The surface electrical resistivity may influence the accumulation of electrostatic charge of a fabric. 2. Principle 2.1 Specimens at equilibrium with specified atmospheric conditions of relative humidity and temperature are measured for electrical...
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Appearance of Flocked Fabrics After Repeated Home Laundering and/or Coin-Op Drycleaning (Reaffirmed) American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists / 2001 / 3 pages 1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This test method covers a procedure for evaluating the durability of flocked fabric to home laundering or coin-op drycleaning with the use of flock loss and appearance at the edgewear areas of simulated pant leg specimens as the criteria. 2. Principle 2.1 Simulated pant leg specimens prepared as...