Crease Recovery Tester TF110
Crease Recovery Tester, to determining recovery properties of fabrics by creasing in a loading device for a predetermined time using a weight suitable for the test method specified (BS/ISO/AATCC), After transferring the specimen to the clamp of the tester, the specimen is allowed to recover and the angle of recovery recorded. Fabric Crease Tester complies with ISO 2313, AATCC 66, BS EN 22313, etc.
The Crease Recovery Tester & Loading Device measures the resistance of various fabrics to creases. First, you press the specimen on the loading device, at a required pressure according to the test method defined by BS/ISO/AATCC, after a required time, then put the specimen to the clamp of the recovery tester to observe and record the angle-changing.
This recovery angle tester for crease comes with a crease recovery tester and two loading devices, and other required accessories.
|Length:||250 mm||Width:||130 mm||Height:||230 mm|
|Standard :ISO 2313-1||AATCC 66|
|Optional Standard:M&S P22|
Why choose TESTEX Crease Recovery Tester TF110
Strictly meet standards:
All data for this instrument meet the standard parameters, for example, ISO 2313 and AATCC 66.
Consistency with international third-party laboratories:
The test data are comparable to the results obtained by well-known international third-party laboratories.
Whether it is the same set of samples, or different machines of the same model, after multiple tests, the results are consistent.
Longer service life:
TESTEX makes prototypes and then subjects them to rigorous reliability testing in various environments to ensure the expected service life.
User-friendly transparent warranty policy:
Textile testing machines, 14 months free warranty (12 months normal warranty time + 2 months shipping time). Besides, all spare parts, have 3 months free warranty.
We provide full life-cycle support for TF110. So feel free to contact our service team with any questions.
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Fabric Crease Recovery Definition:
During wearing and storage, the fabric will occur locally bend and deformation which become creased because of the external force. Even remove the outside force, the fabric is also difficult to recover to its' original flat state, which phenomenon called crease.
The importance of crease recovery:
The ability of the fabric to withstand the bend and deformation caused by rubbing is defined as crease resistance. Sometimes, crease resistance is also called the ability of the fabric to gradually recover to its original state due to the fast elasticity and slow elasticity of the fabric after removing the external force that causes the fabric to crease.
A garment made of fabric with a large crease, it is easy to crease when wearing the garment, which is not only seriously affects the appearance of the garment, but also prone to severe wear along the crease that will speed up the damage of the garment. One of the characteristics of wool fabric is that it has better crease recovery, so the crease recovery is an important index to evaluate the wool-sense of the fabric.
Difference between crease resistance and crease recovery
In fact, there is no difference between crease resistance and crease recovery, but it is a different name in the narrow and broad sense. Studies have shown that the physical properties of the fabric itself and the finishing of the fabric are the main factors affecting the crease recovery of the fabric. There are two main methods to evaluate the crease recovery of fabrics: First, the appearance method, the advantage is that the fabric crease evaluation results are closer to the appearance when used, but the deviation is larger; the second is the crease recovery angle method, that is, using our company's crease recovery tester, the measurement results are more accurate. Due to the adverse effects of fabric creases, it has become a trend to further improve and improve the crease resistance of fabrics. The use of new raw materials, through the weaving and organizational changes to improve the performance of fabrics, the formation of new functional fabrics and industrial production; while screening the types of finishing agents, optimize the finishing process, process conditions, etc. have been continuously explored and researched.
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A: Customers will receive a crease recovery tester with two loading devices, a stopwatch, a sampling plate and a instruction manual.