UKAS accredited tests for dimensional stability. Various factors can affect the dimensions of a fabric, causing it to shrink or extend. Dependent upon the end use, a certain amount of shrinkage is desirable but in other cases it is a problem. Therefore the ability to measure this is important. For more information Click here.
|BS 4323:1979 (1995)||Free Steam|
|BS 4736:1985||Immersion in Water. Also known as ISO 7771:1985.|
|BS EN ISO 5077:2008||Washing & Drying|
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