AS 2001.4.E04 pdf download – Methods of test for textiles Method 4.E04: Colourfastness tests— Determination of colourfastness to perspiration
This part of ISO 105 specifies a method for deter-mining the resistance of the colour of textiles of allkinds ~and in all forms to the action of humanperspiration.
The following standards contain provisions which.throuah reference in this text. constitute provisionsof this part of lSO 105.At the time of publication, theeditions indicated were valid. All standards are subjectto revision,and parties to agreements based on thispart of ISo 105 are encouraged to investigate thepossibility of applying the most recent editions of thestandards indicated below. Members of IEC and lSomaintain registers of currently valid lnternationalStandards.
ISO 105-A01:1994, Textiles – Tests for colour fast-ness – Part A01: General principles of testing.
lSO 105-A02:1993,Textiles — Tests for colour fast-ness – Part A02: Grey scale for assessing change incolour.
ISO 105-A03:1993,Textiles – Tests for colour fast-ness – Part A03: Grey scale for assessing staining.ISO 105-F:1985,Textiles – Tests for colour fastnessPart F: Standard adjacent fabrics.
ISO 105-F10:1989，Textiles — Tests for colour fast-ness — Part F10: Specification for adjacent fabric:Multifibre.
Specimens of the textile in contact with adjacent fab-rics are treated in two different solutions containinghistidine,drained and placed between two plates un-der a specified pressure in a test device.The speci-mens and the adjacent fabrics are dried separately.The change in colour of each specimen and thestaining of the adjacent fabrics are assessed by com-parison with the grey scales.
4Apparatus and reagents
4.1Test devices,each consisting of a frame ofstainless steel into which a weight-piece of mass ap-proximately 5 kg and base of 60 mm x 115 mm isclosely fitted,so that a pressure of 12,5 kPa can beapplied on test speclmens measuring 40 mm x100 mm placed between glass or acrylic-resin platesmeasuringapproximately60 mm x 115 mm x1,5 mm.The test device shall be constructed so that,if the weight-piece is removed during the test,thepressure of 12,5 kPa remains unchanged.
lf the dimensions of the composite specimen differfrom the size of 40 mm x 100 mm, the weight-pieceused shall be such that a pressure of 12,5 kPa is ap-plied to the specimen.
NOTE 1Other devices may be used provided that equiv-alent rosults are obtained.
4.2Oven without an air-circulating fan.maintainedat 37C主2°℃.
4.6Grey scale for assessing change in colour,complying with ISO 105-A02,and grey scale for as-sessing staining, complying with lSO 105-A03.
5 Test specimen
5.1lf the textile to be tosted is fabric, cither
a)attach a specimen measuring 40 mm x 100 mm
to a piece of the multifibre adjacent fabric (4.5.1).also measuring 40 mm x 100 mm,by sewingalong one of the shorter sides, with the multifibrefabric next to the face of the specimen; or
b)attach a specimen measuring 40 mm x 100 mm
between the two single-fibre adjacent fabrics(4.5.2), also measuring 40 mm x 100 mm,bysewing along one of the shorter sidcs.
5.2Where yarn or loose fibre is to be tested, takea mass of the yarn or loose fibre approximately equalto one half of the combined mass of the adjacentfabrics, and either
a)place it between a 40 mm x 100 mm piece of the
multifibre fabric (4.5.3)and a 40 mm x 100 mmpiece of the non-dyeable fabric and sew themalong all four sides (see ISO 105-A01:1994, sub-clause 9.3); or
b)place it between a 40 mm x 100 mm piece of
each of the two specified single-fibre fabrics andsew along all four sides.
6.1 Lay out the composite specimen smooth in aflat-bottomed dish and cover with the solution. Thor-oughly wet one composite specimen in the alkaline