TM119-TM 119 Colorfastness to Flat Abrasion (Frosting):Screen Wire

TM119-TM 119 Colorfastness to Flat Abrasion (Frosting):Screen Wire

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TEST METHODS ARE DELIVERED AS A LINK IN YOUR EMAILED RECEIPT.

 

AATCC TM119-2019, Test Method for Colorfastness to Flat Abrasion (Frosting) : Screen Wire.

 

15. History

 

15.1 Revised (with title change) in 2019 for clarification and to align format with AATCC style.

15.2 Editorially revised 2016. Editorially revised and reaffirmed 2013. Editorially revised 2010. Reaffirmed 2009. Reaffirmed 2004. Reaffirmed 1999. Editorially revised 1997. Editorially revised and reaffirmed 1994. Reaffirmed 1989. Editorially revised 1986. Editorially revised 1985. Editorially revised and reaffirmed 1984. Editorially revised 1980. Editorially revised and reaffirmed 1979. Reaffirmed 1977. Reaffirmed 1974. Reaffirmed 1970.

15.3 Developed in 1967 by AATCC Committee

RR29. Maintained by RA99.

 

1. Purpose and Scope

 

1.1 This test method is intended for evaluating the resistance of colored fabrics to change in shade caused by flat abrasion.

1.2 It can be used for all colored fabrics, but is especially sensitive to the colored fabrics, but is especially sensitive to the color change of durable press cross-dyed blend fabrics, in which one fiber is abraded away faster than the other.

 

2. Principle

 

2.1 The fabric specimen is mounted over a foam rubber cushion and rubbed multidirectionally against a wire screen mounted on a weighted head. Any change in the color of the specimen is evaluated by comparison with the Gray Scale for Color Change.

 

Copyright American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, RTP, NC, USA. All rights reserved.

 

The above information is only a summary of the AATCC test method.

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