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Textiles - Tests for colour fastness.

International Organization for Standardization.

Textiles - Tests for colour fastness.

by International Organization for Standardization.

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Published by ISO in Geneva .
Written in English


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SeriesISO 105-GO2
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL21649934M

Textiles — Tests for colour fastness — Part X Colour fastness of wool dyes to processes using chemical means for creasing, pleating and setting Buy this standard This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in Category: p. BS EN ISO B Textiles. Tests for colour fastness. Colour fastness to artificial light: Xenon arc fading lamp test BS ISO G Textiles. Tests for colour fastness. Colour fastness to nitrogen oxides in the atmosphere at high humidities.

Principle of Color Fastness to Light: This test measures the resistance to fading of dyed textile when exposed to day light. The test sample is exposed to light for a certain time which is about 24 hours to 72 hours or by customer/buyer demand and compare the change with original unexposed sample the changes are assessed by Blue Scales. introduces significant changes to the method of testing, the assessment of colour change and the reporting of results. BS EN ISO D01 specifies a test method for determining the fastness of the colour of dyed textiles during dry cleaning using perchoroethylene solvent (also known as tetrachloroethylene).

The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 38, Textiles, Subcommittee SC 1, Tests for coloured textiles and colorants. This sixth edition cancels and replaces the fifth edition (ISO X), of which it constitutes a minor revision to refer to standard atmosphere as defined in ISO   Division Name: Textiles Section Name: Physical Methods of Tests (TXD 1) Designator of Legally Binding Document: SP Title of Legally Binding Document: Handbook of Textile Testing, Part 2: Testing of Yarns and Fabrics (Excluding Colour Fastness) Number of Amendments: Equivalence: Superceding: Superceded by: LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENT.


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ISO X, Textiles -- Tests for colour fastness -- Part X Colour fastness to organic solvents Paperback – Aug by ISO TC 38/SC 1 (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Author: ISO TC 38/SC 1. It refers to the situation of fade and discoloration of dye textiles when soaping.

The main machines used in washing color fastness are Washing Color Fastness Testers. Generally, there are two indicators measured in washing colorfastness test, including testing fade of original sample and staining of white cloth.

Fade of original sample is the. The color fastness of the fabric refers to the color fastness, which is the dyeing or printing of the fabric in the use or processing process, exposed to external factors, squeeze, friction, washing, rain, exposure, light, sea water immersion, saliva impregnation, water stains, sweat stains under the degree of fade, which is an important indicator of the fabric.

Colour fastness is a term used in the dyeing of textile materials, meaning resistance of the material’s colour to fading or running. The term is usually used in the context of clothes.

The first known use of the word colorfast was in Textile Colour Fastness Test standards: Society of. Light Color Fastness-- Ideal for products like window curtains and summer clothing, the ISO test exposes the fabric to a xenon lamp meant to replicate UV rays and fluorescent lighting.

Phenolic “Yellowing” -- Although fabrics may turn yellow under a variety of circumstances, one of the most frequent culprits is the plastic packaging in. Colorfastness to washing is one of common test items of textile dyeing fastness, mainly testing the color dyeing fastness of textile fabrics for garment and home textile products after one or more simulations of household and commercial washing.

The first is the BS EN ISO C, Textiles-Tests for Color Fastness (Part C Color Fastness to Domestic and Commercial Laundering). The second is the AATCC Test MethodColorfastness to Laundering, Home and Commercial: Accelerated. A fastness is a place, such as a castle, which is considered safe because it is difficult to reach or easy to defend against attack.

This test is designed to determine the degree of color which may be transferred from the surface of a colored fabric to a specify test cloth for rubbing (which could be dry and Wet).

YES YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE BOOK YOU WANTED. We will give you any of the 2 books from the below list if you fulfill our conditions. If you want to download this book, you need to write an unique article about textile related topics. The article must be at. Describes the grey scale for determining changes in colour of textiles in colour fastness tests, and its use.

A precise colorimetric specification of the scale is given as a permanent record against which newly prepared working standards and standards that may have changed can be : $   The color fastness test of textile materials is the most encountered and the most headache in the textile industry.

In addition to the color fastness to perspiration test, there are common colorfastness to crocking test, color fastness to rubbing, colour fastness to washing, color fastness to light and so on. textiles - tests for colour fastness - part f specification for adjacent fabric: multifibre: nbr iso c textiles - tests for colour fastness - part c colour fastness to washing with soap or soap and soda: nf en iso s textiles - tests for colour fastness - part s colour fastness to vulcanization: sulphur.

The color fastness to perspiration is a reflection of textiles that the self-discoloration and coloration of lined textiles in different test solutions containing histidine under the combined action of pressure and temperature.

Evaluate the discoloration of the sample and the stain of the lined fabric with the grey card. Color fastness to wash is one of the important tests for silk material, as most of the silk material is dyed with acid dyes and only proper dyeing will impart good wash-fastness properties.

At least three specimens of 10 cm × 4 cm are taken for testing. Two adjacent fabrics, each measuring 10 cm × 4 cm. ISO J, Textiles -- Tests for colour fastness -- Part J Instrumental assessment of relative whiteness [ISO TC 38/SC 1] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

ISO J, Textiles -- Tests for colour fastness -- Part J Instrumental assessment of relative whitenessAuthor: ISO TC 38/SC 1. Color fastness is a term used in the textile industry to describe the resistance of a fabric against color fading or color transfer.

There are different colorfastness tests, among them rubbing fastness test is important. Color fastness to rubbing/crocking is a basic test used by customers to determine the quality of a coloured fabric and has been an area of concern for processors for many years. road vehicles - thermoplastics tubing for use in air braking systems - part 2: installation on the vehicle and test methods: bs en iso e textiles - tests for colour fastness - part e colour fastness to water (iso e).

Colour Fastness Standards And Fabric Testing Of Textiles. Sticky. fabrics are simple to fade in the procedure of post-processing or usage; Poor color fastness will cause the fading or staining of fabrics, which will ruin the appeal of wear, and damage health. What are the common products of colorfastness test.

iso c Textiles — Tests for colour fastness — Part C Colour fastness to washing: Test 1 This standard has been revised by ISO CCategory: w. Abstract - (Show below) This standard is included in DIN Handbook Describes the grey scale for determining changes in colour of textiles in colour fastness tests, and its use.

Gives a precise colorimetric specification of the scale for purposes of comparison. Details of washing fastness tests are given below. Fastness to Washing: In the test, change in color of the textile and also staining of color on the adjacent fabric are assessed.

A 10 x 4 cm swatch of the coloured fabric is taken and is sandwiched between two adjacent fabric and stitched, The sample and the adjacent fabric are washed together.ISO X, Textiles -- Tests for colour fastness -- Part X Colour fastness to soda boiling [ISO TC 38/SC 1] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A specimen of the textile (textiles of all kinds and in all forms) between specified undyed cloths is rolled around a glass rod and treated with boiling sodium carbonate solution with and without the addition of a reduction.ASTM's textile standards provide the specifications and test methods for the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of textiles, fabrics, and cloths, as well as the natural and artificial fibers that constitute them.

The textiles covered by these standards are commonly formed by weaving, knitting, or spinning together fibers such as.