Table top Xenon Arc Weathering and Light Fastness Tester for plastic, paints, textiles, cosmetics, pharmaceutics and others. Four models to chose from. Meets test conditions specified by AATCC, ASTM, ISO and others.
Used to investigate colour fastness to washing, dry cleaning and chlorinated water, of textile and leather specimens, Gyrowash complies with International Standards, and is approved by major leading retailers.
Dynawash 825 is used for the assessment of durability of garments and garment components, print durability, pleat retention, waddings and quilted waddings, cockling (differential shrinkage), flock retention, crinkle, seersucker and collars and cuffs.
Motorised smooth, precision-engineered mechanism with a pre-settable, digital counter guaranteed accuracy of loading and stroke length.
One of the many purposes of Thermaplate is to determine a fabrics colorfastness to dry heat, hot pressing, thermal stability, and sublimation fastness.
The Perspirometer applies a specified pressure to a package of test specimens separated by acrylic or glass plates. The spring loaded mechanism ensures the correct pressure is maintained when the loading Weight is removed. Two loading Weights are available to accommodate the requirements of the ISO and AATCC test methods.
Used to determine the stability of fabrics and garments to washing and to investigate the effects of detergents and chemicals.
Introducing a family of color matching systems designed to deliver every option and feature you need to evaluate and communicate color with absolute confidence. The three standard sizes of the CMB will accommodate nearly any sample size (and if not, larger custom sizes are available). Multiple light sources provide an essential tool for visual color assessment, comparison of color variation, and detection of metamerism (when color samples appear to match under one illumination condition but distinctly change when viewed under a different illumination condition).
All GTI color matching booths are supplied with a certificate of product conformance (NIST traceable).
The Rotary Crockmeter is used to determine the color fastness of textiles to dry or wet rubbing particularly for printer fabrics. It applies 1134 grams of pressure on a 16mm crocking finger and rotates 1.125 turns clockwise then counter-clockwise. The operating handle is turned in only one direction.