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AMPD test 3
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the procedures for evaluating materials, component parts, and completed garments.
consistent, dependable, and reproducible test method procedures and results obtained during testing.
repeatedly consistent performance on the same material or garment anywhere in the world.
the degree of agreement within a set of observations or test results, obtained as directed in a test method.
The process used to determine and record the relationship between a set of standard units of measure and the output of an instrument of test procedures.
the first section of a test method where it summarizes the purpose of the test and the materials covered by the standard.
Test method name
Used to distinguish the type of test covered within the standard.
Test method number
used to identify an individual standard and the number associated with it, the configuration will vary by the developing organizations.
the type of machine or equipment used for conduction tests.
procedures for taking and preparing specimens i.e. dimensions, number required, and the methods for preparing them prior to testing.
substances or compounds used for testing in order to produce a chemical reaction.
exposing specimens and materials to standard atmospheric conditions to prepare them for testing.
specific instruction for how to perform the test
documenting the procedures used for testing and calculation of data or standards used for rating,followed by results.
randomly selected garments or materials taken from stock.
used for observation and evaluation in order to provide a means for drawing conclusions through testing.
the arrangement and procedure for obtaining test specimens from the sample.
instrument that measures the temperature and relative humidity of the air.
Precision and bias
Provides statistical data for determining if a significant difference exists and if there are factors that may influence test results.
Four observations used when burning behavior is conducted in the flammability test.
1) reaction to approaching flame
2) how does it react to the flame
What are the three errors that can be made when conducting textile testing?
1) Technician error
2) Parallax error
cleaning method that utilizes an aqueous detergent solution and mechanical action to remove soil
A synthetic composed of alcohol, sulfate and petrochemicals derived from petroleum or oleo-chemicals
A cleaning compound made from fats and oils or fatty acids from animal or plant sources that are treated with strong alkalis.
An agent that composed of surfactant molecules that are formed to surround and loosen soils in the wash with the assistance of agitation
soluble soils-sugar, salt, syrup, perspiration and other body fluids
the process that allows material to be immersed in water or an aqueous solution and become moistened
a refurbishment method that utilizes non aqueous organic solvents and mechanical tumbling or rocking motion to remove soils, followed by extraction (spinning) and recovery (drying) to evaporate remaining solvent.
Paddles inside a wash tub or dryer that help submerge the clothes or keep them tumbling
What are 4 ingredients in wet cleaning detergents?
Alcohol ethoxylate, citric acid, protease enzymes, lauryl trimethyl ammonium chloride
a test that measures the ability of textile materials and garments to retain their shape in the lengths and width directions when subjected to specific conditions relating to temperature and humidity
used to make a full load in the washing machine when dimensional stability testing occurs.
the overall visual impression of textile end products quantified by comparison of individual components with appropriate reference standards.
the ability to oppose deformations that can be the result of folding or bending
the ability of a fiber or fabric to bounce back after being subjected to compression or deformation by resiliency or elasticity
the ability of a material to maintain a crease that has been intentionally set into the fabric for a crisp aesthetic appearance.
the resistance of a material to change in any of its color characteristics, to transfer colorant to adjacent materials or both as a result of exposure to any real or simulated environment that might be encountered during the processing, storage, use or testing of the material.
loose dye on the surface of fabric that is rubbed off onto another material.
When two surfaces rub against itself or another surface
when loose fibers on the surface of a fabric become entangled
the ability to resist tension before rupturing or breaking
results when tension applied to a seam of a garment, causing the yarns of the material to slide away from the seam.
safety testing for children involves-
Flammability and toxicity testing
standards used to determine requirements for acceptability of materials or sewn products based on results obtained through testing.
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