Fineness & Content Analysis System TB300
Fineness & Content Analysis System, to determine the fineness of fiber and analyze the content and surface feature of textile fiber. Fineness Analysis System complies with AATCC20, ISO 137, IWTO-8-97, etc.
Fiber Fineness & Content Analysis System, To determine the fineness of fiber and analyze the content and surface feature of animal and vegetation fiber, and mineral fiber, such as cotton, wool, man-made fiber, etc.
This fiber analyzer is efficient, its kernel is a special soft package, and it is based on the digital image technology and interactive operation. Operator selects the objects, and then the system measures fiber and gets the statistic result automatically.
Pick a bundle of fiber and cut a segment about 100um at the middle position, then immerge the fiber segment in one or two drop of paraffin oil and mix round, place the sample on the telescope stage, the magnified image is projected on the CCD camera and be digitized in computer memory. Then the digital image of sample is processed and measured.
Functions (Optional orders)
Sample diameter measurement
- Automatic diameter measurement
- Fiber content test
- Abnormality-transect fiber measurement
- Industrial pick-up camera, microscope, specialized test software.
- Operating mode : Manual, Automatic, Multiple-spot measurement
- Measurement range: 1~ 2000μm
- Measurement accuracy : 0.1μm
|220/110 V||50/60 Hz|
|600 x 400 x 600 mm (L x W x H)|
|AATCC 20||AATCC 20A||ISO 137||ISO 17751|
|IWTO-8-97||IWTO-47-00||FZ/T 01057.3||GB/T 10685|
Why cashmere content differences will be large between same sample served on different testing institutions ?
Current Cashmere Wool Test Standards are AATCC 20—2007、ISO 17751—2007、GB/T 16988—1997 and GB/T 14593—2008，These four methods are microscopic methods for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of cashmere wool.
The classification of fiber types is based on the characteristics of the animal’s fibrous scale structure, such as the difference in scale morphology, scale density, and scale thickness. The accuracy of cashmere testing depends on the technology used and the experience of the inspectors. Also with the test performance, a bit cashmere or even fine wool obtained through special processing, which gives the testing organization is difficult. At the same time, the tested sample after dyeing and post-processing processing, and then through the microscope, will also affect the judgments, making the detection of reduced repeatability.
Therefore, it is difficult to distinguish if the type of fiber is wool or cashmere. To a huge extent, the experimenter’s experience will provide the final judgement. Therefore, to ensure the repeatability of the test results, inspectors must observe more at work. Intensify the exchange of testing techniques, and frequent experimenting will help improve the accuracy of test results.