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Colour Fastness Tester generally includes Light fastness, Weather fastness, Washing Fastness, Rubbing Fastness, Perspiration Fastness, Non-chlorine Bleaching Fastness, Saliva Fastness, etc.

They are widely used in textile factory, our company are the main supplier and manufacturer in China, with its good price, lots of customer buy from us, there are many orders for sale every month.

There are five levels for Colour fastness Tester to Light.

Grey scale is very important to use for Color Fastness Tester. There are two brands as followings:

AATCC (American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists) Grey Scale
SDC (Society of Dyers and Colorists) Grey Scale

What is Color Fastness:

Colour fastness refers to the color of textiles to the processing and use of various functions of resistance.

The fastness level is assessed according to the discoloration of the sample and the stain of the undyed lining fabric. Textile color fastness testing is an important testing item in the inner quality test of textile.

Textiles in the process of its use will be affected by light, washing, ironing, perspiration, friction and the role of the chemical agents and other various kinds of the outside world, some also through special processing, printing and dyeing textiles, such as resin finishing, flame retardant finishing, sand washing, etc., this requires printing and dyeing textile color remains relatively fastness.

Color Fastness Testing Standard  : 

ISO 105 C06: 1994, BS EN ISO 105-C06: 1997,

ISO105 D01:1993/BS EN ISO105 D01:1995,

ISO 105 E01: 1994/Cor.1:2002(E), GB/T 5713-1997,

ISO 105 E02: 1994/Cor.1:2002(E); GB/T 5714-1997,

ISO 105 E04: 1994/Cor.1:2002(E), GB/T 3922-1995,

ISO 105 P01: 1993, BS EN ISO 105-P01: 1995, BS1006 X12:1990, EN ISO105 X12:2002, GB/T 3920- 2008, BS EN ISO 105 X11: 1996, GB/T8427-1998, GB/T 1886—2002

Posts related to color fastness:

The Most Complete Guide to Color Fastness

The so-called color fastness refers to the degree of fading of dyed fabric under the action of external factors during use or processing. It is an important index of fabric.

Everything You Need to Know About Color Fastness to Washing

The color fastness of textiles to washing refers to the fabric’s capacity to retain its original color under washing circumstances. The blog contains the standard and determination for color fastness to washing, and some tips to improve it.

Color Fastness to Rubbing/Crocking Measuring Procedure

The degree of color fading of colored materials after rubbing is referred to as “color fastness to rubbing,” which is separated into color fastness to dry rubbing and color fastness to wet rubbing.

What Is Light Fastness and Why Is It Important?

Color fastness to light refers to a stain’s ability to preserve its original color when exposed to sunshine. The significance of light fastness is discussed in this post.

Sublimation Fastness-All You Need to Know

When the temperature climbs beyond a particular threshold (for example, setting above 180°C, ironing above 200°C), the dispersion dyes in polyester fibers directly change from powdery particles to gas and exit, altering the color of the polyester.

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Colour Fastness Tester generally includes Light fastness, Weather fastness, Washing Fastness, Rubbing Fastness, Perspiration Fastness, Non-chlorine Bleaching Fastness, Saliva Fastness, etc.

They are widely used in textile factory, our company are the main supplier and manufacturer in China, with its good price, lots of customer buy from us, there are many orders for sale every month.

There are five levels for Colour fastness Tester to Light.

Grey scale is very important to use for Color Fastness Tester. There are two brands as followings:

AATCC (American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists) Grey Scale
SDC (Society of Dyers and Colorists) Grey Scale

What is Color Fastness:

Colour fastness refers to the color of textiles to the processing and use of various functions of resistance.

The fastness level is assessed according to the discoloration of the sample and the stain of the undyed lining fabric. Textile color fastness testing is an important testing item in the inner quality test of textile.

Textiles in the process of its use will be affected by light, washing, ironing, perspiration, friction and the role of the chemical agents and other various kinds of the outside world, some also through special processing, printing and dyeing textiles, such as resin finishing, flame retardant finishing, sand washing, etc., this requires printing and dyeing textile color remains relatively fastness.

Color Fastness Testing Standard  : 

ISO 105 C06: 1994, BS EN ISO 105-C06: 1997,

ISO105 D01:1993/BS EN ISO105 D01:1995,

ISO 105 E01: 1994/Cor.1:2002(E), GB/T 5713-1997,

ISO 105 E02: 1994/Cor.1:2002(E); GB/T 5714-1997,

ISO 105 E04: 1994/Cor.1:2002(E), GB/T 3922-1995,

ISO 105 P01: 1993, BS EN ISO 105-P01: 1995, BS1006 X12:1990, EN ISO105 X12:2002, GB/T 3920- 2008, BS EN ISO 105 X11: 1996, GB/T8427-1998, GB/T 1886—2002

Posts related to color fastness:

The Most Complete Guide to Color Fastness

The so-called color fastness refers to the degree of fading of dyed fabric under the action of external factors during use or processing. It is an important index of fabric.

Everything You Need to Know About Color Fastness to Washing

The color fastness of textiles to washing refers to the fabric’s capacity to retain its original color under washing circumstances. The blog contains the standard and determination for color fastness to washing, and some tips to improve it.

Color Fastness to Rubbing/Crocking Measuring Procedure

The degree of color fading of colored materials after rubbing is referred to as “color fastness to rubbing,” which is separated into color fastness to dry rubbing and color fastness to wet rubbing.

What Is Light Fastness and Why Is It Important?

Color fastness to light refers to a stain’s ability to preserve its original color when exposed to sunshine. The significance of light fastness is discussed in this post.

Sublimation Fastness-All You Need to Know

When the temperature climbs beyond a particular threshold (for example, setting above 180°C, ironing above 200°C), the dispersion dyes in polyester fibers directly change from powdery particles to gas and exit, altering the color of the polyester.

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