May 10, 2022
The purpose of textile testing is as follows:
When studying textiles, the results of the tests will determine which material the manufacturer will use.
It helps producers choose the right raw materials. For example, fiber is the raw material for spinning, and yarn is the raw material for weaving.
Textile testing helps control different processes.
Such as spinning, weaving, dyeing, finishing, etc. End breaks are controlled by controlling the weight per turn length, sliver length and roving length. Controls the weaving process by controlling excessive ends of warp and weft yarns. The dyeing process is controlled by M:L, temperature and pressure.
In the case of product control, it helps to ensure that the quality of the final product is achieved.
In the case of process development, it helps to avoid wasting unnecessary time and money, and ultimately to improve product quality.
In the case of product development, it helps to continuously learn new knowledge, establish new research directions and develop new products.
Factors that affect textile test results are:
Efficiency of technicians, etc.
Different types of textile testing
Fiber testing includes fiber identification, grading, fiber length, strength and elongation, fineness, maturity, and more.
Yarn testing includes yarn count, twist per unit length, tenacity, appearance, evenness and uniformity, hairiness, etc.
HD-W841 Tensile Strength Equipment
Fabric testing includes strength and elongation, width, thickness, number of ends and wefts per unit length, yarn count used, fabric weight per unit length, fabric design and construction, breathability, thermal properties, stiffness, feel , drapability, wrinkle resistance and recovery, abrasion, pilling, shrinkage, etc.
HD-P306 Martindale Abrasion Tester