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Perspiration Tester Kit TF416B

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Perspiration Tester Kit(a.k.a. Perspirometer), to determine Color Fastness test to water, seawater, perspiration fastness in textiles and sublimation during storage. Perspiration Tester Kit complies with AATCC 15, EN ISO 105 E04, DIN 54020, etc. The larger the value, the better the Perspiration fastness.





Perspiration Tester Kit, widely used to determine colour fastness test to liquid like water, sea water, perspiration fastness in textiles and sublimation during storage. Perspiration Tester Kit consists of a precise Lab incubator, and a set of TF416A Perspiration Tester. The perspiration tester testing process is a specimen of colored textiles in contact with other fiber materials(for color transfer) is wet out in simulated acid perspiration solution, subjected to a fixed mechanical pressure and allowed to dry slowly at a slightly elevated temperature. After conditioning, the specimen is evaluated for color change and the other fiber materials are evaluated for color transfer.

Included Accessories

  • 1 set of AATCC Test kit
    1 set ISO Test kit
  • 20 Plastic basins
  • 1 Precise Lab Incubator ( 40 liters volume and temp. range up to 250 oC, Large LCD)


85 kg


Length:490 mmWidth:580 mmHeight:660 mm


Perspiration:AATCC 15EN ISO 105 E04DIN 54020JIS L0848BS 1006 E04
Water:AATCC 107EN ISO 105 E01DIN 54006DIN54005JIS L0846BS 1006 E01
Sea water:AATCC 106EN ISO 105 E02DIN 54007JIS L0847BS 1006 E02

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    Test Range

    This method is used to determine the colour fastness of colored textiles to perspiration. It can be used for dyeing, printing and other colored textile fibers, yarns and various fabrics, as well as for testing dyestuffs on fabrics.

    Sample Preparation

    Cut a 57mm*57mm dyeing material as a sample. Each sample is sewn with a multi-fiber test fabric of the same size. To maintain the same pressure between undyed materials and multifiber test materials, make them into sandwich samples and place the dyed materials in the middle.

    Test Procedure (AATCC 15 as an example)

    1 Immerse the test sample in the newly prepared solution for 15-30 minutes, stirring and squeezing from time to make the sample completely wet.

    2 Once the sample is completely wet, once on a drying machine, make the wet weight of the sample is 2-2.5 times that of the original dry weight. In general, when passing through the drying machine, the sample does not reach the specified weight, so that the fabric can be dried to the required weight with a paper towel before testing.

    3 Place the test sample between the two sheets and inserted into the sample device. When the multi-fiber test sample is put into the oven, the color strip is in the vertical position.

    4 Put all samples in the device, place 8Lb on the top to make the total weight under the pressure piece reach 10Lb, then turn the screw to lock the pressure piece in this position, remove the weight and place the device in the oven.

    5 Heating the installed sample device in the oven at (38±1)℃ for a minimum of 6 hours. If it is still not dry, remove the sample from the device and air-dried by a convenient method, but the temperature should not exceed 60℃.

    6 Evaluate the color fastness level of the test sample by observing the color change.

    How to test the perspiration fastness of the fabric? Through this article, I think you might have got some information. If you want to know more, please contact us. As a professional supplier of textile instruments, we are committed to continually improve the user experience, TESTEX Textile Testing Equipment is a reliable choice for testing textile quality.

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