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Drying Rate Tester-Heated Plate Method is based on the requirement of latest version of AATCC Test Method 201 (Version 2015), specially developed an automatic fabric drying rate tester.

With more textile producers and brands now pursuing sustainable finishing solutions, Archroma is seeing growing interest in its distinctive micro-encapsulated fluorine-free technology for outdoor clothing. Technical comparisons validate SmartRepel® Hydro’s…

The ISO TC38 technical committee on textiles recently approved an important revision of ISO 105B02 (Colour Fastness to Artificial Light: Xenon ArcFading Lamp Test) to make it a true, performance-based…

TANATEX registers permethrin for moth and vector proofing in Europe!

Brighten Your fabrics with OBAs! Lighting conditions and color consistency are the challenges. These can be controlled during testing by using instruments with calibrated UV light—color consistency all through production, from raw materials…

Titanium Dioxide Mediated Photocatalytic Degradation of Methylene Blue in a Fixed Film-Type Photoreactor, AATCC Review 2013, 14 (1), 40-44.

The next generation of high wet fastness disperse dyes for demanding use, such as workwear, that are bluesign approved and suitable for Oeko-Tex Standard 100.

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