GSM Fabric Cutter Pad,
Size: 09″ X 12″
Color : Black & Grey.
Origin: Honk Kong
SDCE Multifibre DW Product Codes:
2115: 10 meter Roll
2120: 50 meter Roll
2133: 10 x 4 cm (Gimped) 250 piece pack
2143: 10 x 5 cm (Gimped) 200 piece pack
Developed by the Society of Dyers & Colourists in 1986 SDC Multifibre DW is a testing fabric comprising of six different fibre components. SDC Multifibre DW can be used as an adjacent fabric in many of the ISO 105 C Series and E Series of Colour fastness tests and meets chain store fastness test specification.
It is produced with a narrow weave construction and contains the following components, Acetate, Cotton, Nylon, Polyester, Acrylic and Wool. Multifibre DW undergoes a rigorous quality control procedure conducted by independent UKAS accredited labs. The testing includes the individual yarns prior to construction and further tests on the finished product. The Multifibre is required to pass these tests before each new batch is considered fit for sale.
Major Advantages of SDC Multifibre DW
SDCE Multifibre DW can be purchased in multiples of 10 meter or 50 meter rolls, or in cut pieces of 10 x 4cm or 10 x 5cm
Testing Categories: Colour Fastness, Dimensional Stability
SDCE Phenolic Yellowing Product Codes:
4220: Control Fabric 10x3cm 25 piece pack
4222: BHT Free 63 Micron Film 400x200mm 100 piece pack
4225: Impregnated Test Papers 50 piece pack
4227: Glass Plates 100 x 40 x 3mm
Testing Categories: Colour Fastness, Chemical
SDCE Blue Wools & Humidity Test Materials Product Codes:
2821: Blue Wool number 1
2822: Blue Wool number 2
2823: Blue Wool number 3
2824: Blue Wool number 4
2825: Blue Wool number 5
2826: Blue Wool number 6
2827: Blue Wool number 7
2828: Blue Wool number 8
2839: Blue Wool Pre-mounted 1-8
3605: Humidity Control Fabric 1 pattern 25x15cm
SDCE Light Fastness Standards 1 to 8 each pattern 15x25cm
These are a series of 8 wool fabrics dyed with specified blue dyes to give blue wool cloths ranging from very low light fastness to very high light fastness. This forms a numerical scale of 1 to 8 where 1 has the poorest light fastness, to 8 which has the best light fastness. This allows fabrics to be graded, using a Grey Scale for Change in Colour, for correlation with performance in use. This is used to predict the suitability for a given end use; typically apparel would be a minimum of grade 4 whilst furnishings would require a grade 6. They are used in the ISO 105 B series of tests and can be used in conjunction with the Humidity Control fabric for machine calibration.
To complement the range of Blue Wool Standards we also supply specially prepared mounted card that is totally free of any optical brightening agents. This ensures mounted samples are easier to grade as the card does not show a significant Colour change. It is widely recognised that the Colour of the background can influence how an item is finally graded.
SDCE Humidity Control Fabric
This is an azoic dyed cotton fabric with specified fading properties, which varies with the amount of relative humidity.
It is used as a calibration tool for light fastness testing. When the humidity of the light fastness testing machine is correctly set it will fade at an identical rate to the light fastness standard Number 5. It is supplied with a printed instruction sheet for its use to determine the correct settings for the relevant ISO 105 B series test method.
Testing Categories: Colour Fastness
Nickel ions can be released by some Nickel-containing materials. Prolonged direct contact with Nickel ions can cause skin sensitisation and lead to allergic contact dermatitis. BS EN 1811:1998+A1:2008 states that nickel is the most frequent cause of contact allergy in Europe.
This has been designed as a quick in-house swab test to check for the Nickel ions from components that will come into direct and prolonged contact with skin.