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TIÊU CHUẨN MÔ TẢ CÁC PHƯƠNG PHÁP KIỂM TRA CHẤT LƯỢNG CƠ LÝ VẢI TỪ MỘC CHO ĐẾN THÀNH PHẨM.CÁC PHƯƠNG PHÁP KIỂM TRA ĐỘ BỀN MÀU, KIỂM TRA HÀM LƯỢNG TỒN DƯ HÓA CHẤT ĐỘC HẠI TRÊN VẢI SAU KHI HOÀN TẤT, KIỂM TRA THÀNH PHẨN BAO GỒM ĐỊNH LƯỢNG VÀ ĐỊNH TÍNHvÀ MỘT SỐ ĐẶC TÍNH KHÁC CỦA VẢIĐỂ TÌM HIỂU RÕ HƠN VỀ CÁC PHƯƠNG PHÁP KIỂM TRA ĐẶC TÍNH CỦA VẢI CÁC BẠN HÃY ĐỌC TRỌN BỘ TÀI LIỆU Volume 85, 2010 ® ® AATCC TECHNICAL MANUAL AATCC takes no position respecting the validity of any patent rights asserted in connection with any item mentioned in these test methods and evaluation procedures Users of the AATCC Technical Manual are expressly advised that determination of the validity of any such patent rights, and the risk of infringement of such rights, are entirely their own responsibility The test methods in the AATCC Technical Manual are subject to revision at any time by the responsible technical committee and must be reviewed every five years and, if not revised, either reaffirmed or withdrawn Your comments are invited either for revision of current methods in this technical manual or for additional methods and should be addressed to the AATCC Technical Center Your comments will receive careful consideration at a meeting of the responsible technical committee, which you may attend If you feel that your comments have not received a fair hearing, you should make your views known to Christopher S Leonard, Technical Director, at the address shown below The AATCC Technical Manual is copyrighted by AATCC, P.O Box 12215, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 USA Individual reprints (single or multiple copies) of any method may be obtained by contacting AATCC at the above address or tel: 919-549-3526; fax: 919-549-8933, e-mail: orders@aatcc.org, or online at www.aatcc.org AATCC License Agreement: The AATCC Technical Manual is copyrighted by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), P.O Box 12215, Davis Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC USA All rights reserved 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with your mouse and click once To return to the Table of Contents or a specific list, click on one of the bookmarks on the left To access the previously viewed page, press the ALT Key + the Left Arrow Table of Contents Index of Test Methods Numerical Listing Discontinued Listing Alphabetical Listing 10 Topical Listing 13 Changes in Test Methods Since Last Edition 16 Test Methods 18 Evaluation Procedures 366 Special Equipment and Materials 391 Monographs 1993 AATCC Standard Reference Detergent and Laundry Detergents in General 393 2003 AATCC Standard Reference Liquid Laundry Detergent 395 High Efficiency Washers in North America 397 Overview of Liquid Fabric Softeners used in Home Laundering 399 Standardization of Hand Laundering for Fabrics and Apparel 400 Standardization of Home Laundry Test Conditions 401 Standard Laboratory Practice for Home Laundering Fabrics Prior to Flammability Testing to Differentiate Between Durable and Non-Durable Finishes 403 Nomenclature for Subjective Rating Processes 404 A Summary of ASTM Methods for Interlaboratory Testing 405 A Glossary of AATCC Standard Terminology 407 AATCC Style Guide for Writing Test Methods 416 Rules of Procedure for AATCC Test Method and Technology Committees 423 AATCC Board of Directors and Administrative Committees 430 Research Committees 435 Reference Committees 443 AATCC Representatives on Committees of Other Organizations 444 Joint Report ECR/TCR 445 Reports of Research Committees 449 Roster of Corporate Members 451 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Preface T test methods in this edition of the TECHNICAL MANwere current as of May 2009 New methods that have been added and other important changes made since the last issue are summarized on page 16 AATCC test methods are developed by research committees through extensive investigations and interlaboratory comparisons, often covering several years of work Simplicity, reproducibility, applicability, cost of performing the test and the time required to perform the test are all important considerations in each development Before a method is published in the TECHNICAL MANUAL, it must be approved by the responsible research committee, reviewed by the Editorial Committee and approved by the Technical Committee on Research (TCR) During the first three years, each new test method is reviewed annually, at which time, on recommendation of the research committee and approval by TCR, it may be reaffirmed, revised or withdrawn After the first three years, each method is reviewed at least once every five years by the research committee, and following approval by TCR may be reaffirmed, revised or withdrawn The historical record of these actions is published in a foreword to each method An important feature of all AATCC test methods is that test results are numerically quantified as opposed to being reported as pass-fail Test results are the basis for describing material or process characteristics that are not in themselves intended to be performance specifications AATCC policy prohibits endorsement of such specifications HE UAL Each test method is designated by a number followed by a date which indicates the year in which the method was issued, last revised or reaffirmed The designation should be quoted in full in referring to a particular method If the source of the method is not clear from the context of the reference, the designation should be preceded by AATCC, as for example, AATCC Test Method 16-2004, or simply AATCC 16-2004 The AATCC Style Guide for Writing Test Methods (page 416) is the defining document used by research committees in writing these methods The Rules of Procedure for AATCC Test Method and Technology Committees (page 423) is the defining document for the organization and functioning of these research committees Prior to 1969 the TECHNICAL MANUAL contained all the material published in three separate books—the TECHNICAL MANUAL, the July issue of Textile Chemist and Colorist (Buyer’s Guide), now AATCC Review, and the AATCC MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY The present format for the TECHNICAL MANUAL has continued unchanged since 1969 Major changes in layout of the TECHNICAL MANUAL were made in 1985 as follows: (1) indexes were grouped at the front of the book; (2) test methods were arranged in numerical order; (3) the Glossary of Standard Terminology was added and (4) the Style Guide for Writing Test Methods was added In 1989 Evaluation Procedures were listed immediately after the test methods EDITORIAL COMMITTEE Adi B Chehna, Chair Ann Laidlaw Leander B Ricard Adam R Varley AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Numerical List of Current AATCC Test Methods and Procedures Method Committee Test Method 6-2006 8-2007 15-2009 16-2004 17-2005 20-2007 20A-2008 22-2005 23-2005 26-2009 27-2009 30-2004 RR1 RA38 RR52 RA50 RA63 RA24 RA24 RA63 RA33 RR9 RA63 RA31 35-2006 42-2007 43-2009 61-2009 66-2008 70-2005 76-2005 79-2007 81-2006 82-2007 84-2005 86-2005 88B-2006 88C-2006 89-2008 92-2009 93-2005 94-2007 96-2009 97-2009 98-2007 100-2004 101-2009 102-2007 103-2009 104-2004 106-2009 107-2009 109-2005 110-2005 111-2009 112-2008 114-2005 115-2005 116-2005 117-2009 118-2007 119-2009 120-2009 121-2005 122-2009 124-2009 125-2009 127-2008 128-2009 129-2005 RA63 RA63 RA63 RA60 RA61 RA63 RA32 RA63 RA34 RA34 RA32 RA43 RA61 RA61 RA66 RR35 RA29 RR45 RA42 RA34 RA34 RA31 RA34 RA34 RA34 RA23 RA23 RA23 RA33 RA36 RA50 RR68 RR35 RA32 RA38 RR54 RA56 RA29 RA29 RA57 RA57 RA61 RA50 RA63 RA61 RA33 Colorfastness to Acids and Alkalis 18 Colorfastness to Crocking: Crockmeter Method 19 Colorfastness to Perspiration 22 Colorfastness to Light 25 Wetting Agents, Evaluation of 37 Fiber Analysis: Qualitative 40 Fiber Analysis: Quantitative 59 Water Repellency: Spray Test 67 Colorfastness to Burnt Gas Fumes 70 Ageing of Sulfur-Dyed Textiles: Accelerated 73 Wetting Agents: Evaluation of Rewetting Agents 75 Antifungal Activity, Assessment on Textile Materials: Mildew and Rot Resistance of Textile Materials 76 Water Resistance: Rain Test 80 Water Resistance: Impact Penetration Test 82 Wetting Agents for Mercerization 84 Colorfastness to Laundering: Accelerated 86 Wrinkle Recovery of Woven Fabrics: Recovery Angle 91 Water Repellency: Tumble Jar Dynamic Absorption Test 95 Electrical Surface Resistivity of Fabrics 97 Absorbency of Textiles 99 pH of the Water-Extract from Wet Processed Textiles 101 Fluidity of Dispersions of Cellulose from Bleached Cotton Cloth 103 Electrical Resistance of Yarns 106 Drycleaning: Durability of Applied Designs and Finishes 108 Smoothness of Seams in Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering 110 Retention of Creases in Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering 114 Mercerization in Cotton 118 Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method 120 Abrasion Resistance of Fabrics: Accelerotor Method 123 Finishes in Textiles: Identification 126 Dimensional Changes in Commercial Laundering of Woven and Knitted Fabrics Except Wool 133 Extractable Content of Textiles 137 Alkali in Bleach Baths Containing Hydrogen Peroxide 140 Antibacterial Finishes on Textile Materials: Assessment of 142 Colorfastness to Bleaching with Hydrogen Peroxide 145 Hydrogen Peroxide by Potassium Permanganate Titration: Determination of 148 Bacterial Alpha-Amylase Enzymes used in Desizing, Assay of 150 Colorfastness to Water Spotting 152 Colorfastness to Water: Sea 153 Colorfastness to Water 155 Colorfastness to Ozone in the Atmosphere under Low Humidities 157 Whiteness of Textiles 159 Weather Resistance of Textiles: Exposure to Daylight and Weather 161 Formaldehyde Release from Fabric, Determination of: Sealed Jar Method 170 Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Multiple Sample Method 173 Electrostatic Clinging of Fabrics: Fabric-to-Metal Test 175 Colorfastness to Crocking: Rotary Vertical Crockmeter Method 179 Colorfastness to Heat: Dry (Excluding Pressing) 181 Oil Repellency: Hydrocarbon Resistance Test 183 Color Change Due to Flat Abrasion (Frosting): Screen Wire Method 186 Color Change Due to Flat Abrasion (Frosting): Emery Method 189 Carpet Soiling: Visual Rating Method 191 Carpet Soiling: Service Soiling Method 193 Smoothness Appearance of Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering 195 Colorfastness to Perspiration and Light 199 Water Resistance: Hydrostatic Pressure Test 201 Wrinkle Recovery of Fabrics: Appearance Method 203 Colorfastness to Ozone in the Atmosphere under High Humidities 205 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Page Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Method Committee Test Method 130-2000 131-2005 132-2009 133-2009 134-2006 135-2004 136-2009 137-2007 138-2005 140-2006 141-2009 142-2005 143-2006 144-2007 146-2006 147-2004 149-2007 RA56 RR53 RA43 RR54 RA57 RA42 RA79 RA57 RA57 RA87 RA87 RR81 RA61 RA34 RA87 RA31 RA90 150-2003 154-2006 157-2005 158-2005 159-2006 161-2007 162-2009 163-2007 164-2006 165-2008 167-2008 168-2007 RA42 RA87 RR92 RA43 RA87 RA90 RA23 RR92 RA33 RA57 RA87 RA90 169-2009 170-2006 171-2005 172-2007 173-2009 174-2007 175-2008 176-2006 178-2004 179-2004 182-2005 183-2004 184-2005 185-2006 RA50 RA87 RA57 RA60 RA36 RA31 RA57 RA87 RR97 RA42 RA36 RA106 RA87 RA90 186-2009 187-2009 188-2008 189-2007 190-2008 191-2009 192-2009 193-2007 194-2008 RA50 RA42 RA60 RA57 RA60 RA41 RA50 RA56 RA49 195-2009 RA63 Soil Release: Oily Stain Release Method 207 Colorfastness to Pleating: Steam Pleating 210 Colorfastness to Drycleaning 212 Colorfastness to Heat: Hot Pressing 215 Electrostatic Propensity of Carpets 217 Dimensional Changes of Fabrics after Home Laundering 221 Bond Strength of Bonded and Laminated Fabrics 225 Rug Back Staining on Vinyl Tile 228 Cleaning: Washing of Textile Floor Coverings 230 Dye and Pigment Migration in a Pad-Dry Process: Evaluation of 232 Compatibility of Basic Dyes for Acrylic Fibers 235 Appearance of Flocked Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering and/or Coin-Op Drycleaning 237 Appearance of Apparel and Other Textile End Products after Repeated Home Laundering 240 Alkali in Wet Processed Textiles: Total 246 Dispersibility of Disperse Dyes: Filter Test 248 Antibacterial Activity Assessment of Textile Materials: Parallel Streak Method 251 Chelating Agents: Chelation Value of Aminopolycarboxylic Acids and Their Salts; Calcium Oxalate Method 253 Dimensional Changes of Garments after Home Laundering 255 Thermal Fixation Properties of Disperse Dyes 259 Colorfastness to Solvent Spotting: Perchloroethylene 261 Dimensional Changes on Drycleaning in Perchloroethylene: Machine Method 263 Transfer of Acid and Premetallized Acid Dyes on Nylon 266 Chelating Agents: Disperse Dye Shade Change Caused by Metals; Control of 268 Colorfastness to Water: Chlorinated Pool 271 Colorfastness: Dye Transfer in Storage; Fabric-to-Fabric 273 Colorfastness to Oxides of Nitrogen in the Atmosphere under High Humidities 275 Colorfastness to Crocking: Textile Floor Coverings—Crockmeter Method 277 Foaming Propensity of Disperse Dyes 280 Chelating Agents: Active Ingredient Content of Polyaminopolycarboxylic Acids and Their Salts; Copper PAN Method 282 Weather Resistance of Textiles: Xenon Lamp Exposure 284 Dusting Propensity of Powder Dyes: Evaluation of 290 Carpets: Cleaning of; Hot Water Extraction Method 292 Colorfastness to Powdered Non-Chlorine Bleach in Home Laundering 294 CMC: Calculation of Small Color Differences for Acceptability 297 Antimicrobial Activity Assessment of Carpets 300 Stain Resistance: Pile Floor Coverings 304 Speckiness of Colorant Dispersions: Evaluation of 306 Barré: Visual Assessment and Grading 308 Skewness Change in Fabric and Garment Twist Resulting from Automatic Home Laundering .311 Relative Color Strength of Dyes in Solutions 315 Transmittance or Blocking of Erythemally Weighted Ultraviolet Radiation through Fabrics 318 Dusting Behavior of Dyes: Determination of 322 Chelating Agents: Percent Content in Hydrogen Peroxide Bleach Baths; Copper PAN Indicator Method 326 Weather Resistance: UV Light and Moisture Exposure 328 Dimensional Changes of Fabrics: Accelerated 333 Colorfastness to Sodium Hypochlorite Bleach in Home Laundering 336 Fluorine Content of Carpet Fibers 339 Colorfastness to Home Laundering with Activated Oxygen Bleach Detergent: Accelerated 342 Acid Cellulase Enzymes, Effect of: Top Loading Washer 345 Weather Resistance of Textiles: Sunshine-Arc Lamp Exposure With and Without Wetting 347 Aqueous Liquid Repellency: Water/Alcohol Solution Resistance Test 356 Assessment of the Anti-House Dust Mite Properties of Textiles under Long-Term Test Conditions 359 Liquid Moisture Management Properties of Textile Fabrics 361 Page AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists AATCC Evaluation Procedures Procedure Committee Evaluation Procedure 1-2007 2-2007 4-2007 5-2006 6-2008 7-2009 8-2007 9-2007 10-2007 11-2008 RA36 RA36 RA36 RA89 RA36 RA36 RA36 RA36 RA59 RA36 Gray Scale for Color Change 366 Gray Scale for Staining 368 Standard Depth Scales for Depth Determination 370 Fabric Hand: Guidelines for the Subjective Evaluation of 371 Instrumental Color Measurement 374 Instrumental Assessment of the Change in Color of a Test Specimen 380 AATCC 9-Step Chromatic Transference Scale 382 Visual Assessment of Color Difference of Textiles 384 Multifiber Adjacent Fabrics: Evaluation of 387 Spectrophotometer UV Energy Calibration Procedure for Optically Brightened Textiles 390 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Discontinued AATCC Test Methods Method Committee 1-1957 2-1989 3-1989 4-1957 5-1962 7-1989 9-1989 10-1944 11-1989 12-1931 13-1957 14-1953 16A-1988 16B-1977 16C-1988 16D-1988 16E-1987 16F-1988 *D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D 16G-1985 18-1967 19-1937 21-1983 24-2004 25-1957 28-2004 29-1957 31-1962 32-1952 33-1962 34-1969 36-1972 37-1952 38-1952 39-1980 40-1957 41-1952 44 45 46 47-1950 48-1952 49-1952 50-1952 51-1952 52-1952 53-1952 54-1952 55-1952 56-1952 57-1952 58-1952 59-1952 60-1952 62-1989 D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D Test Method Colorfastness to Washing, Mill Washing and Scouring: Wool Textiles Colorfastness to Fulling Colorfastness to Bleaching with Chlorine Colorfastness to Washing, Mill: Silk Textiles Colorfastness to Dry and Wet Heat Superseded by Method 133 Colorfastness to Degumming Colorfastness to Stoving Colorfastness to Commercial Laundering and to Domestic Washing Superseded by Method 36 Colorfastness to Carbonizing Colorfastness to Sea Water Superseded by Method 63 Colorfastness to Peroxide Bleaching with Peroxide: Silk Superseded by Method 101 Dimensional Changes in Cotton and Linen Textiles Superseded by Method 91 Colorfastness to Light: Carbon-Arc Lamp, Continuous Light Superseded by Method 16 Colorfastness to Light through Glass: Sunlight Colorfastness to Light through Glass: Daylight Superseded by Method 16 Colorfastness to Light: Carbon-Arc Lamp, Alternate Light and Darkness Superseded by Method 16 Colorfastness to Light: Water-Cooled Xenon-Arc Lamp, Continuous Light Superseded by Method 16 Colorfastness to Light: Water-Cooled Xenon-Arc Lamp, Alternate Light and Darkness Superseded by Method 16 Colorfastness to Light: Determination of Fastness Above L-7 Superseded by Method 16 Water Resistance: Hydrostatic Pressure Test Superseded by Method 127 Mercerization of Cotton, Determination of; Degree of Superseded by Method 89 Water Repellency: Static Absorption Test Insects, Resistance of Textiles to Colorfastness to Drycleaning Superseded by Method 85 Insect Pest Deterrents on Textiles Colorfastness to Bleaching with Peroxide: Cotton and Linen Superseded by Method 101 Colorfastness to Pleating Superseded by Method 131 Detection of Phototropism Superseded by Method 139 Flammability of Clothing Textiles Fire Resistance of Textile Fabrics Colorfastness to Washing: Characterization of Textile Colorants Colorfastness to Commercial Laundering and Domestic Washing (Silk) Superseded by Method 36 Colorfastness to Commercial Laundering and Domestic Washing (Wool) Superseded by Method 36 Wettability, Evaluation of Dimensional Changes in Textiles Other Than Wool Superseded by Method 91 Dimensional Changes in Wool Textiles: Accelerated Test Superseded by Method 99 Discontinued Superseded by Method 54 Discontinued Superseded by Method 54 Discontinued Superseded by Method 63 Colorfastness to Water (Other than Silk and Wool) Superseded by Method 63 Colorfastness to Water Spotting Superseded by Method 104 Colorfastness to Chlorination Superseded by Method Colorfastness to Soda Boil Colorfastness to Mercerizing Colorfastness to Decatizing Colorfastness to Chrome (Dichromate) in the Dyebath Colorfastness to Cross Dyeing Colorfastness to Potting Colorfastness to Cellulose Ester Bonding Colorfastness to Storage (Acetate) Colorfastness to Steaming (Acetate) Colorfastness to Peroxide Bleaching (Wool) Superseded by Method 13 Detergents on Wool: Detergency Comparator Method Oils, Wool; Oxidation in Storage *Discontinued Method AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Method Committee 63-1961 D 64-1977 65-1984 67-1957 68-1969 69-1958 71-1956 72-1969 73-1953 74-1953 D D D D D D D D D 75-1971 77-1977 78-1989 80-1954 83-1974 85-1968 87-1965 88-1961 88A-1964 90-1982 91-1958 95-1959 99-2004 105-1975 108-1963 111A-1990 111B-1990 111C-1990 111D-1990 113-1978 123-2000 126-1991 139-2005 145-1985 148-1989 151-2003 152-1990 153-1985 155-1991 156-1991 160-1992 166-1998 177-2000 180-1997 181-2005 D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D Procedure Committee (1996) D Test Method Colorfastness to Water: Distilled or Demineralized; Sea, and Chlorinated Pool Superseded by Methods 105, 106, 107 Scouring, Continuous Scouring of Raw Grease Wool Snag Resistance of Women’s Nylon Hosiery Wrinkle Recovery of Fabrics: Roller Pressure Crease-Recovery Method Colorfastness to Washing at 105F: Rapid Control Test Damage Caused by Retained Chlorine Superseded by Method 92 Colorfastness to Perspiration: Rapid Control Test Colorfastness to Washing and Shrinkage: Combined Rapid Control Test Shrinkage of Wool Hose: Accelerated Test Superseded by Method 99 Relaxation and Felting Shrinkage of Wool Knit Fabrics (Except Hose): Accelerated Test Superseded by Method 99 Colorfastness to Oxides of Nitrogen in the Atmosphere: Rapid Control Test Scourability of Spinning Lubricant Ash Content of Bleached Cellulosic Textiles Determining the Noncotton Content of Bleached Woven Cotton Cloth Superseded by Method 97 Colorfastness to Light and Washing: Alternate Exposure Colorfastness to Drycleaning Superseded by Method 132 Colorfastness to Washing, Industrial Laundering: Accelerated Appearance of Wash and Wear Fabrics after Home Laundering Superseded by Method 88A Appearance of Fabrics in Wash and Wear Items after Home Laundering Superseded by Method 124 Antibacterial Activity of Fabrics, Detection of: Agar Plate Method Dimensional Changes in Woven Textiles (Excluding Wool) Superseded by Method 96 Dimensional Restorability of Woven Textiles after Laundering Superseded by Method 96 Dimensional Changes of Woven or Knitted Wool Textiles: Relaxation, Consolidation and Felting Colorfastness to Water: Chlorinated Pool Superseded by Method 162 Dimensional Changes in Drycleaning Weather Resistance: Sunshine Arc Lamp Exposure with Wetting Superseded by Method 111 Weather Resistance: Exposure to Natural Light and Weather Superseded by Method 111 Weather Resistance: Sunshine Arc Lamp Exposure without Wetting Superseded by Method 111 Weather Resistance: Exposure to Natural Light and Weather through Glass Superseded by Method 111 Formaldehyde Odor in Resin Treated Fabric, Determination of: Steam Method Carpet Soiling: Accelerated Soiling Method Colorfastness to Water (High Humidity) and Light: Alternate Exposure Colorfastness to Light: Detection of Photochromism Color Measurement of the Blue Wool Lightfastness Standards: Instrumental Light Blocking Effect of Curtain Materials Soil Redeposition: Launder-Ometer Method Soil Redeposition, Resistance to: Terg-O-Tometer Method Color Measurement of Textiles: Instrumental Superseded by Evaluation Procedure Transfer of Disperse Dyes on Polyester Transfer of Basic Dyes on Acrylics Dimensional Restoration of Knitted and Woven Fabrics after Laundering Dispersion Stability of Disperse Dyes at High Temperature Colorfastness to Light at Elevated Temperature and Humidity: Xenon Lamp Apparatus Colorfastness to Light at High Temperatures: Daylight Temperature Controlled Apparatus Colorfastness to Light at High Temperatures: Daylight Temperature and Humidity Controlled Apparatus Evaluation Procedure AATCC 5-Step Chromatic Transference Scale AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Alphabetical List of Current AATCC Test Methods and Procedures Method Number Title AATCC 9-Step Chromatic Transference Scale EP 8-2007 Abrasion Resistance of Fabrics: Accelerotor Method 93-2005 Absorbency of Textiles 79-2007 Acid Cellulase Enzymes, Effect of: Top Loading Washer 191-2009 Ageing of Sulfur-Dyed Textiles: Accelerated 26-2009 Alkali in Bleach Baths Containing Hydrogen Peroxide 98-2007 Alkali in Wet Processed Textiles: Total 144-2007 Analysis of Textiles: Finishes, Identification of 94-2007 Antibacterial Activity Assessment of Textile Materials: Parallel Streak Method 147-2004 Antibacterial Finishes on Textile Materials: Assessment of 100-2004 Antifungal Activity, Assessment on Textile Materials: Mildew and Rot Resistance of Textile Materials 30-2004 Anti-House Dust Mite Properties of Textiles under Long-Term Test Conditions; Assessment of 194-2008 Antimicrobial Activity Assessment of Carpets 174-2007 Appearance of Apparel and Other Textile End Products after Repeated Home Laundering 143-2006 Appearance of Flocked Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering and/or Coin-Op Drycleaning 142-2005 Aqueous Liquid Repellency: Water/Alcohol Solution Resistance Test 193-2007 Bacterial Alpha-Amylase Enzymes used in Desizing, Assay of 103-2009 Barré: Visual Assessment and Grading 178-2004 Bond Strength of Bonded and Laminated Fabrics 136-2009 CMC: Calculation of Small Color Differences for Acceptability 173-2009 Carpets: Cleaning of; Hot Water Extraction Method 171-2005 Carpets: Stain Resistance: Pile Floor Coverings 175-2003 Carpet Soiling: Accelerated Service Soiling Method 122-2009 Visual Rating Method 121-2005 Chelating Agents: Active Ingredient Content of Polyaminopolycarboxylic Acids and Their Salts; Copper PAN Method 168-2007 Chelating Agents: Chelation Value of Aminopolycarboxylic Acids and Their Salts; Calcium Oxalate Method 149-2007 Chelating Agents: Disperse Dye Shade Change Caused by Metals; Control of 161-2007 Chelating Agents: Percent Content in Hydrogen Peroxide Bleach Baths; Copper PAN Indicator Method 185-2006 Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Multiple Sample Method 114-2005 Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method 92-2009 Chromatic Transference Scale: AATCC 9-Step Chromatic Transference Scale EP 8-2007 Cleaning: Washing of Textile Floor Coverings 138-2005 Color Change Due to Flat Abrasion (Frosting): Emery Method 120-2009 Screen Wire Method 119-2009 Colorfastness to: Acids and Alkalis 6-2006 Bleaching with Hydrogen Peroxide 101-2009 Burnt Gas Fumes 23-2005 Crocking: Crockmeter Method 8-2007 Crocking: Rotary Vertical Crockmeter Method 116-2005 Crocking: Textile Floor Coverings—Crockmeter Method 165-2008 Drycleaning 132-2009 Dye Transfer in Storage; Fabric-to-Fabric 163-2007 Heat: Dry (Excluding Pressing) 117-2009 Heat: Hot Pressing 133-2009 Home Laundering with Activated Oxygen Bleach Detergent: Accelerated 190-2008 Laundering: Accelerated 61-2009 Light 16-2004 Oxides of Nitrogen in the Atmosphere under High Humidities 164-2006 Ozone in the Atmosphere under Low Humidities 109-2005 Ozone in the Atmosphere under High Humidities 129-2005 Perspiration 15-2009 10 Page 382 123 99 345 73 140 246 126 251 142 76 359 300 240 237 356 150 308 225 297 292 304 193 191 282 253 268 326 173 120 382 230 189 186 18 145 70 19 179 277 212 273 181 215 342 86 25 275 157 205 22 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists RA103 Spectroscopic Technologies KENNETH R WESP* Peach State Labs Scope: To promote the advancement of all forms of spectroscopic technologies (NIR, NMR, ultraviolet, visual, IR, Raman, microwave, etc.) by serving as a clearinghouse for information for the benefit of individuals and companies in the textile industry Acting Chair JAMES E RODGERS III ’09 SRRC ARS USDA Secretary KEITH R BECK N C State Univ BEHCET BECERIR Univ of Uludag PAMELA J JACO HYUNG-MIN CHOI Soongsil Univ LEONARD T FARIAS* Cotton Inc SANJEEV GANDHI* SGS US Testing Co SUBHAS GHOSH*† Inst of Textile Technology MAX M HOUCK West Virginia Univ HUSTON E HOWELL*† BASF Corp RUSSELL J RUGGIERI* Seydel Woolley & Co KAREN E KYLLO SGS JAYANT K SHAH† LEE F LEMERE Perry Plastics Inc (PPI) CEVIN BRENT SMITH Precision Fabrics Grp Inc NANCY M MORRIS*† SRRC USDA WILLIAM C STUCKEY Coats NA IOAN I NEGULESCU Louisiana State Univ CHUNG SUN SUH Suh & Asso KENNETH J PIDGEON† Dr Ken Pridgeon & Prof Partners Pty Ltd ADAM R VARLEY Vartest Laboratories Inc JAMES W ROTHROCK*† MICHELE L WALLACE Cotton Inc Chair DENNIS C SCHEER ’10 Polo Ralph Lauren Secretary HEIDI WOODACRE Casual Male Retail Grp GEORGE C ANDERSON LAWRENCE O GOLDSTEIN Glo-Tex Int’l Inc F POWELL ANDREWS III Russell Corp Scope: To develop new test methods utilizing supercritical fluid technology; to promote and encourage the investigation, study and discussion of the utilization of supercritical fluid technology in the textile industry; and to serve as a clearinghouse for information related to this technology Acting Chair MICHAEL J DREWS Clemson Univ Secretary KEITH R BECK N C State Univ CHRISTOPH W AURICH Gaston Systems Inc GREGORY D GEORGE* Thermal Systems IOAN I NEGULESCU Louisiana State Univ ALLISON LONDON BROWN*† American Garment Finishers Corp PERRY L GRADY* N C State Univ JAMES E RODGERS III SRRC ARS USDA WINFRIED T HOLFELD† RUSSELL J RUGGIERI Seydel Woolley & Co RICHARD O BROWN Bozzetto Inc MICHAEL J ARMITAGE ROBERTO MONTANO† TRAINSA BOBBY L NEAL Organic Dyestuff Corp PRISCILLA R BAILEYPADILLA Russell Athletic Teamwear GREGORY K HALL ExonMobil Chemical Co CINDY B BELLAMY Avondale Mills PETER J HAUSER N C State Univ FREDERICK C PAGE JR*† In Co WALTER H BORTLE*† General Chemical Co MARGUERITA C HINDLE TCE Consulting Serv PUNITA PATEL Como Fred David Int’l ALLISON LONDON BROWN*† American Garment Finishers Corp WINFRIED T HOLFELD† LAURIE D PATRICK Iogen Corp RICHARD O BROWN Bozzetto Inc JOHN E BRYANT*† Phoenix Chemical Co Inc JOSEPH F BURNS*† Surf Action Organics Inc GULTEKIN CELIKIZ CHUN-WAH WILLIAM CHAU Introtech Limited ADI B CHEHNA Textile Tech Serv STEVEN G COLLINS*† Milliken & Co TOM W HOLLINGSWORTH A QUDDUS CHARLES M HORNE† HONEX JAMES G RAIBORN*† Avondale Mills RAJINI JANARDHAN Bureau Veritas AJAY I RANKA Zydex Ind TERRY L JENKINS*† Vulcan Performance Chemicals MADHUSUDHANA P REDDY* SGS India Pvt Ltd JANE JIANG* SGS-CSTC Standard Technical Service Co Ltd RONALD ROLLECK*† Buffalo Color Corp AARON F JOHNSON JCPenney FREDERICK K JONES Northeast Dye LEON J KELLER JR GARRETT A SCREWS JR* Novozymes NA Inc SIDDHARTHA SENGUPTA*† Under Univ of Calcutta JAYANT K SHAH*† GEORGE S COOK Dystar LP V KENNETH KISER III* American Eagle THOMAS C COX PhilChem FAWZI P KORIAL Handicraft Chemical Inc DANIEL B SHOOK American Eagle Outfitters WILLIAM P CREIGHTON TAM KWOKMANBILLIE† P T Tyfountex Indonesia CHARLES W STEWART* Tumbling Colors Inc WADE H DYSON JR* KAREN E KYLLO SGS JOHN W ENGLESTAD* ITB Cone Denim CALVIN YUK MING LAM* SGS Hong Kong Ltd ANTHONY F STRICKLAND* Avondale Mills GOKHAN ERKOVAN*† Protrim Enterprises ROBERT K LATTIE* SDL Atlas KUANJUN FANG† Qingdao Univ JAMES H LEE JAY H DAILY*† Elk-Washer Machinery GULTEKIN CELIKIZ* KIMBERLY A IVEY* Clemson Univ LEONARD T FARIAS Cotton Inc CHRISTOPHER K LAM*† Clemson Univ WILLIAM C STUCKEY Coats NA CHUNG SUN SUH Suh & Asso MANFRED WENTZ Oeko-Tex Int’l RA106 UV Protective Textiles Test Methods DAVID M SHANK Chair NANCY E PEBENITO ’09 Nike Secretary THOMAS FABIAN Underwriters Labs Inc NOUREDDINE ABIDI Texas Tech Univ ABDULHALIK ISKENDER* Univ of Uludag MARTIN J BIDE Univ of Rhode Island RAJINI JANARDHAN* Bureau Veritas PATRICK J BRENNAN Q-Lab Corp KANTI A JASANI Performance & Technical Text Consulting ROBERT V CASCIANI Clariant Corp KEVIN G CHITTIM*† Labsphere Inc PETER G CHRISTIAN* PATRICIA C CREWS Univ of Nebraska LEONARD T FARIAS Cotton Inc BARBARA M GATEWOOD Kansas State Univ KAY S GRISE Florida State Univ JAYANTI V ISHARANI Huntsman YOUNGMIN JEON FITI JANE JIANG* SGS-CSTC Standard Technical Service Co Ltd CALVIN YUK MING LAM* SGS Hong Kong Ltd ROBERT K LATTIE* SDL Atlas IRENE B MILLER* Tween Brands SEEMANTA MITRA Intertek Consumer Goods NA A QUDDUS AJOY K SARKAR Colorado State Univ RICHARD S SIMONSON Burlington Worldwide RICHARD SLOMKO Atlas Material Testing Tech SHAWN A SMITH*† Guilford Mills GUOWEN SONG Univ of Alberta LOUANN SPIRITO SGS ARTHUR W SPRINGSTEEN Avian Technologies ADAM R VARLEY* Vartest Laboratories Inc KEN WEAVER*† Filament Fiber Tech RA107 Elastic Fabrics Technology Scope: To coordinate and direct technical discussion on current areas of interest and to identify and address consumer needs as related to elastic fabrics and related technologies Chair To Be Designated Secretary To Be Designated BENNETT R BAIRD Material Science & Innovation KATHRYN E HUDSON* Elastic Fabrics of America WILLIAM R SILVEIRA Bureau Veritas EDWARD A MILLS* Darlington Fabrics ROBERT J SMITH Victoria’s Secret IOAN I NEGULESCU Louisiana State Univ LEO T SULLIVAN UZ Engineered Products ALBERT B OUIMET* KULDEEP SULTAN Alpha Processing Co Ltd WILLIAM E BAIRD JR* Milliken & Co DYER M BENNETT† Microfibres Inc ROBERT F SUTTHOFF† Enzyme Development Corp BEN L BRUNER* Asahi Kasei Spandex America CYNTHIA H POOLE*† Celanese Acetate LLC RAYMOND E TERRY*† Fabcare Inc YAN CHEN* Louisiana State Univ MADHUSUDHANA P REDDY SGS India Pvt Ltd CHARLES L TIGHE JAMES A TRAMMEL BONNIE J S DUNFORD Battelle RONA L REID Dow Chemical Co ALLISON WHITTLE*† Unifi Inc EYAL J RON Texollini Inc HOWARD M ZINS* Howard M Zins Asso LEONARD T FARIAS* Cotton Inc DONALD R MARKOFSKI*† Burlington Industries MARY S GAGLIARDI*† Clorox Services Co O DAVID MARTIN† DuPont EDWIN T TURNER* Cotton Inc CHARLES A HARYSLAK† Malden Mills Ind HAROLD E MCDANIEL R MICHAEL TYNDALL Cotton Inc RONALD W HOLT National Spinning Co Inc HARRY L MERCER Indigo Blue HUSTON E HOWELL*† BASF Corp Scope: To develop test methods for measurement of ultraviolet protective performance of fabrics and clothing Test Method 183 IRENE B MILLER* Tween Brands JAN J GREGORY† Huntsman ROBERT J WILSON Gap Inc RA105 Supercritical Fluid Test Methods RA104 Garment Wet Processing Technology Scope: To coordinate and direct technical discussions on current areas of interest in garment dyeing, washing, finishing, and other areas; to provide sources for increased technical knowledge for the benefit of individuals and groups concerned with garment wet processing WILLIAM P WILLIS Willis Consultants DAVID E WENSTRUP*† Milliken & Co EDMUND L WHITEMAN* Milliken Research Ctr JIPING WANG† Procter & Gamble * Nonvoting †Nonmember AATCC 442 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists RA109 Flammability Technology RA110 Nonwovens Technology Scope: To promote and encourage the investigation, study and discussion of problems associated with flammability characteristics of textile fabrics; to promote and coordinate technical programs of special interest to individuals and groups concerned with the application of flame retardants in dyeing or finishing; and to provide sources for increased technical knowledge for the benefit of individuals and groups concerned with flame resistance of textile fabrics Tentative Scope: To promote and encourage the investigation, study and discussion of problems associated with nonwoven fabrics, their production and use; to promote and coordinate technical programs of special interest to individuals and groups concerned with the properties and manufacture of nonwoven fabrics Chair MICHELE L WALLACE ’10 Cotton Inc Secretary RONALD R DOMBROWSKI TechTex Solutions Inc BENJAMIN BATTAT IN USA Inc PETER G CHRISTIAN ABDUL RAZZAK LAKHANI* SGS Pakistan THOMAS C COX PhilChem YUK MING LAM SGS Hong Kong Ltd SUSAN C ENGLISH Battelle Natick Operations Chair Secretary BEHNAM POURDEYHIMI ’11 SESHADRI S RAMKUMAR N C State Univ Texas Tech Univ ROY J BAMFORD WILLIAM A REARICK* Cotton Inc ASHOK NARAHAR DESAI Bombay Textile Research Assoc MEYER R ROSEN Interactive Consulting Inc LEONARD T FARIAS Cotton Inc JOSEPH X LIN Vartest Laboratories Inc ALLYSON TENNEY* US Consumer Product Safety Commission BRIAN GEORGE*† Philadelphia Univ THOMAS FABIAN Underwriters Labs Inc IRENE B MILLER* Tween Brands DONALD B THOMPSON N C State Univ GREGORY D GEORGE Thermal Systems SEEMANTA MITRA Intertek Consumer Goods NA REMBERT J TRUESDALE III Ten Cate Protective Fabrics PAMELA J JACO RAJINI JANARDHAN Bureau Veritas AARON F JOHNSON* JCPenney CATHERINE J MORIN Morin Associates PUNITA PATEL* Como Fred David Int’l A QUDDUS WILLIAM D HANRAHAN Consultant RONALD W HOLT National Spinning Co THOMAS A KLAAS Testfabrics Inc LISA A STRACHAN James H Heal & Co Ltd SMRITHI KUMAR Q-Lab Corp MEVLUT TASCAN Clemson Univ NICHOLAS M LENA Konica Minolta Sensing Americas Inc CHARLES G TEWKSBURY PETER J OLEJARZ Natick Soldier RDE Ctr PHILLIP H RIGGINS DENNIS C SCHEER Polo Ralph Lauren LARRY C WADSWORTH Univ of Tenn STEFANIE ZELDIN Martex Fiber Southern Corp KAY M VILLA Kay M Villa Consulting Inc WILLIAM E YOUNTS III*† D I Technologies LLC SANDRA KOLBY Bentley Prince Street Reference Committees RR1 Colorfastness to Acids and Alkalis Test Methods Chair: Test Method: RR9 To Be Designated RR53 Colorfastness to Pleating Test Methods RR92 Interaction of Dyes and Finishes Chair: Test Method: Chair: To Be Designated 131 RR54 Colorfastness to Heat Test Methods Ageing of Sulfur-Dyed Textiles Test Methods JAYANT K SHAH Consultant Test Methods: 157, 163 RR97 Assessment of Barré Test Methods Chair: To Be Designated Test Methods: 117, 133 Chair: Test Method: RR35 Damage by Retained Chlorine Test Methods RR68 Odor Determination Test Methods RR98 Assessment of Dye Strength and Shade Test Methods Chair: To Be Designated Test Methods: 92, 114 Chair: Test Method: Chair: RR45 Finish Analysis Test Methods RR81 Flock Testing Chair: Test Method: Chair: Test Method: Chair: Test Method: To Be Designated 26 To Be Designated 94 To Be Designated 112 To Be Designated 178 To Be Designated To Be Designated 142 * Nonvoting †Nonmember AATCC AATCC Technical Manual/2010 443 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists AATCC Representatives on Committees of Other Organizations 2009 American National Standards Institute USA Technical Advisory Group (TAG) for ISO*/TC38—Textiles Representative with voting power: Robert K Lattie SDL Atlas L.L.C SC1/Working Group 13—Miscellaneous Technical Projects Luther M Myers SDL Atlas L.L.C ISO/TC38 Subcommittee 2—Cleansing, Finishing and Water Resistance Tests Norma M Keyes Cotton Incorporated Alternates: Christopher S Leonard AATCC John Y Daniels AATCC ISO/TC38 Subcommittee 1—Tests for Coloured Textiles and Colorants Robert K Lattie SDL Atlas L.L.C SC1/Working Group 1—Light and Weathering Robert K Lattie SDL Atlas L.L.C SC2/Working Group 1—Professional Cleaning Joseph J Nilsen DSCP, DLA SC2/Working Group 3—Domestic Washing and Drying Elizabeth A Eggert Procter & Gamble Co SC2/Working Group 4—Appearance Retention Norma M Keyes Cotton Incorporated SC1/Working Group 2—Washing Elizabeth A Eggert Procter & Gamble Co SC1/Working Group 3—Atmospheric Contaminants Luther M Myers SDL Atlas L.L.C SC1/Working Group 5—Adjacent Fabrics Luther M Myers SDL Atlas L.L.C SC2/Working Group 8—Water Resistance Tests Richard S Simonson Burlington Worldwide SC2/Working Group 9—Industrial Washing & Finishing Procedures Steve Lamar American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA) SC2/Working Group 11—Miscellaneous Technical Projects Adi B Chehna Textile Tech Services SC1/Working Group 7—Colour Measurement Roland L Connelly Sr X-Rite Inc SC1/Working Group 8—Dry Cleaning Joseph J Nilsen DSCP, DLA SC2/Working Group 12—Care Labeling Steve Lamar American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA) ASTM Joint AATCC-ASTM Committee on Textile Testing Representatives with voting power: Roland L Connelly Sr.—X-Rite Inc Christopher S Leonard—AATCC Norma M Keyes—Cotton Incorporated Robert K Lattie—SDL Atlas L.L.C Richard A Malachowski—Cranston Print Works Luther M Myers—SDL Atlas L.L.C Richard S Simonson—Burlington Worldwide Inter-Society Color Council Official delegates: Kenneth R Butts, Chair—Datacolor‡ Mary N Brannon—FIDM‡ Carol T Revels—Gap Inc.‡ Chemical Heritage Foundation AATCC Representative: Herbert T Pratt Consultant National Fire Protection Association To Be Designated *International Organization for Standardization ‡Voting delegates 444 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Joint Report C2 Executive Committee on Research RICHARD S SIMONSON, Burlington Worldwide, Chair C3 Technical Committee on Research ELIZABETH A EGGERT, Procter & Gamble Co., Chair The following report summarizes a few of the many activities that the technical portion of AATCC, through the guidance of the Executive Committee on Research and the Technical Committee on Research, was involved in during 2008 Listings below provide some detail of these activities carried forward by the network of test method and technology committees More complete reports of committee activities can be found in the annual reports filed by individual committees beginning on page 449 Revised Test Methods 20A-2008, Fiber Analysis: Quantitative Reaffirmed Test Methods 194-2008, Assessment of the AntiHouse Dust Mite Properties of Textiles under Long-Term Test Conditions AATCC Evaluation Procedure 6-2008, Instrumental Color Measurement AATCC Evaluation Procedure 112008, Spectrophotometer UV Energy Calibration Procedure for Optically Brightened Textiles Reaffirmed and Editorially Revised Test Methods 66-2008, Wrinkle Recovery of Woven Fabrics: Recovery Angle 89-2008, Mercerization in Cotton 112-2008, Formaldehyde Release from Fabric, Determination of: Sealed Jar Method 127-2008, Water Resistance: Hydrostatic Pressure Test 165-2008, Colorfastness to Crocking: Textile Floor Coverings—Crockmeter Method 167-2008, Foaming Propensity of Disperse Dyes 175-2008, Stain Resistance: Pile Floor Coverings 188-2008, Colorfastness to Sodium Hypochlorite Bleach in Home Laundering 190-2008, Colorfastness to Home Laundering with Activated Bleach Detergent: Accelerated Oxygen Editorially Revised 8-2007, Colorfastness to Crocking: Crockmeter Method (title change) 15-2007, Colorfastness to Perspiration 16-2004, Colorfastness to Light 17-2005, Wetting Agents, Evaluation of 20-2007, Fiber Analysis: Qualitative 22-2005, Water Repellency: Spray Test 23-2005, Colorfastness to Burnt Gas Fumes 27-2004, Wetting Agents: Evaluation of Rewetting Agents 28-2004, Insect Pest Deterrents on Textiles 43-2004, Wetting Agents for Mercerization 61-2007, Colorfastness to Laundering: Accelerated 70-2005, Water Repellency: Tumble Jar Dynamic Absorption Test 76-2005, Electrical Surface Resistivity of Fabrics 81-2006, pH of the Water-Extract from Wet Processing Textiles 82-2007, Fluidity of Dispersions of Cellulose from Bleached Cotton Cloth 84-2005, Electrical Resistance of Yarns 86-2005, Drycleaning: Durability of Applied Designs and Finishes 88B-2006, Smoothness of Seams in Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering 88C-2006, Retention of Creases in Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering 92-2004, Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method 93-2005, Abrasion Resistance of Fabrics: Accelerotor Method 96-2004, Dimensional Changes in Commercial Laundering of Woven and Knitted Fabrics Except Wool 100-2004, Antibacterial Finishes on Textile Materials: Assessment of 101-2004, Colorfastness to Bleaching with Hydrogen Peroxide 103-2004, Bacterial Alpha-Amylase Enzymes used in Desizing, Assay of 106-2007, Colorfastness to Water: Sea 107-2007, Colorfastness to Water 109-2005, Colorfastness to Ozone in the Atmosphere under Low Humidities 111-2003, Weather Resistance of Textiles: Exposure to Daylight and Weather 114-2005, Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Multiple Sample Method 115-2005, Electrostatic Clinging of Fabrics: Fabric-to-Metal Test 116-2005, Colorfastness to Crocking: Rotary Vertical Crockmeter Method 117-2004, Colorfastness to Heat: Dry (Excluding Pressing) 118-2007, Oil Repellency: Hydrocarbon Resistance Test 121-2005, Carpet Soiling: Visual Rating Method 124-2006, Appearance of Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering 129-2005, Colorfastness to Ozone in the Atmosphere under High Humidities 130-2000, Soil Release: Oily Stain Release Method 131-2005, Colorfastness to Pleating: Steam Pleating 132-2004, Colorfastness to Drycleaning 133-2004, Colorfastness to Heat: Hot Pressing 134-2006, Electrostatic Propensity of Carpets 135-2004, Dimensional Changes of Fabrics after Home Laundering 136-2003, Bond Strength of Bonded and Laminated Fabrics 138-2005, Cleaning: Washing of Textile Floor Coverings 141-2004, Compatibility of Basic Dyes for Acrylic Fibers 142-2005, Appearance of Flocked Fabrics after Repeated Home Laundering and/or Coin-Op Drycleaning 143-2006, Appearance of Apparel and Other Textile End Products after Repeated Home Laundering 146-2006, Dispersibility of Disperse Dyes: Filter Test 150-2003, Dimensional Changes of Garments after Home Laundering 154-2006, Thermal Fixation Properties of Disperse Dyes 158-2005, Dimensional Changes on Drycleaning in Perchloroethylene: Machine Method 161-2007, Chelating Agents: Disperse AATCC Technical Manual/2010 445 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Dye Shade Change Caused by Metals; Control of 162-2002, Colorfastness to Water: Chlorinated Pool 163-2007, Colorfastness: Dye Transfer in Storage; Fabric-to-Fabric 164-2006, Colorfastness to Oxides of Nitrogen in the Atmosphere under High Humidities 169-2003, Weather Resistance of Textiles: Xenon Lamp Exposure 170-2006, Dusting Propensity of Powder Dyes: Evaluation of 171-2005, Carpets: Cleaning of; Hot Water Extraction Method 172-2007, Colorfastness to Powdered Non-Chlorine Bleach in Home Laundering 176-2006, Speckiness of Colorant Dispersions: Evaluation of 179-2004, Skewness Change in Fabric and Garment Twist Resulting from Automatic Home Laundering 184-2005, Dusting Behavior of Dyes: Determination of 186-2006, Weather Resistance: UV Light and Moisture Exposure 187-2004, Dimensional Changes of Fabrics: Accelerated 191-2004, Acid Cellulase Enzymes, Effect of: Top Loading Washer 192-2005, Weather Resistance of Textiles: Sunshine-Arc Lamp Exposure With and Without Wetting 193-2007, Aqueous Liquid Repellency: Water/Alcohol Solution Resistance EP4-2007, Standard Depth Scales for Depth Determination EP8-2007, AATCC 9-Step Chromatic Transference Scale EP9-2007, Visual Assessment of Color Difference of Textiles EP10-2007, Multifiber Adjacent Fabrics: Evaluation of New Test Methods New AATCC Monograph, High Efficiency Washers in North America Withdrawn Test Methods 99-2004, Dimensional Changes of Woven or Knitted Wool Textiles: Relaxation, Consolidation and Felting 139-2005, Colorfastness to Light: Detection of Photochromism 151-2003, Soil Redisposition: Launder-Ometer Method 181-2005, Colorfastness to Light at High Temperatures: Daylight Temperature and Humidity Controlled Apparatus AATCC International Conference The AATCC Board of Directors decided in 2007 to change the date of the AATCC International Conference to the spring In view of the fact that the 2007 conference was held in October 2007 and there would not be time to organize a conference by the spring of 2008, it was decided not to hold a conference in 2008 but have it in March of 2009 Education Programs Listed are the topics, time, places and speakers for the five symposia and two workshops held during 2008: Advances in Colorants, Chemicals, Finishes and Fibrous Materials Symposium was held June 3-4, 2008 at the Hyatt Regency in Greenville, S C This was held in conjuction with the National Textile Center Forum Welcome and opening remarks were given by Martin J Bide of the University of Rhode Island and AATCC President, and symposium cochairs, Stephen B Brooks of Hanesbrands Inc and Fred L Cook of Georgia Institute of Technology The program began with an NTC Overview by Martin I Jacobs, Executive Director, National Textile Center Mary Czerwinski of Microsoft Research talked on From Scatterbrained to Focused: User Interface Support for Today’s Crazed Information Worker Session I on Advances in Colorants was moderated by Fred L Cook and included the following presentations: Reactive Dyes with Enchanced Cellulose Affinity, Harold Freeman, North Carolina State University; Synthesis of Novel Polymeric Colorants, Max A Weaver, Eastman Chemical Co./Consultant; Permanent Colorants and Fiber Finishes via Ionic Self Assembly-Covalent Fixation, Fred L Cook; Recent Advances in Electroactive and Photonic Polymeric Fibers for Smart Material and Color Applications, Michael Ellison, Clemson University; Aromatic Diimides-Potential Dyes for Use in Smart Films and Fibers, Michael A Meador NASA Glenn Research Center; Novel Light Emissive and Diffractive Fibers, John Ballato, Clemson University; NanoColorant Inks, Tim McCraw, Yuhan Kimberly Ltd.; Inkjet Disposition of Complex Mixtures to Textiles, Wallace Carr, Georgia Institute of Technology Stephen B Brooks moderated Session II on Advances in Chemicals & Finishes which included 4E’s (ecology, economy, environment, efficiency), John Stewart, Clariant Corp.; and A Glimpse into Sustainable Processes and Green Chemistries for Textile Processing, Michael Cheek, Huntsman Corp Session II also included a National Textile Center Poster session which carried over to a reception for the attendees Session II was continued on the second day of the symposium with Enhancing Sustainability in Textile Wet Processing by Using Enzymes, Anna-Liisa Auterinen, Genencor Danisco; Silver: A Naturally Occurring, Precious Metal and a Great Antimicrobial, Robert A Curtis, Eastman Kodak Co.; and Surface Functionalization of Polymeric Substrates with Reactive Polymers, Igor Luzinov, Clemson University Session III, Advances in Fibrous Materials, was moderated by Philip J Brown of Clemson University and featured Development of a Disperse Dyeable Polypropylene Fiber, Prashant Desai, FiberVisions; Latest Innovations in Dyeing Flame Resistance Fibers, Bob Neal, Organic Dyestuffs Corp.; Structure Property Relationships in PLA Filaments, Eunkyoung Shim, North Carolina State University; and High Modulus Synthetic Fibers, Richard Kotek, North Carolina State University The symposium ended with a general session moderated by Rembert J Truesdale III of TenCate Protective Fabrics, and featured the following speakers: Chemical Protective Suit Liners with Mustard Chemical Warfare Agent Countermeasures Capabilities, Seshadri S Ramkumar, Texas Tech University; Development of Anti-Counterfeit Textile Substrates using Covert Taggants, Renzo Shamey, North Carolina State University; Real or Fake: Brand Protection in Today’s Global Economy, Andrew N Butenhoff, Anovotek LLC; and Polymerization of Fluorocarbon Monomers onto Cotton with Atmospheric Pressure Plasma, Peter J Hauser, North Carolina State University After the symposium, a tour of Clemson University’s Advanced Materials Research Lab (AMRL) was offered to those wishing to attend The July 23-25, 2008 Symposium on Color Technology for Best Practice and Sustainability in the Global Textile and Apparel Supply Chain was held at the Holiday Inn Downtown in Shanghai, China The program was co-sponsored by AATCC, the Society of Dyers and Colourists and the China Textile Information Center The symposium was marked with exhibitions throughout the program Session was moderated by symposium chair from CTIC, Albert Fu, and included Developments and Trends in the Textile and Apparel Supply Chain, Sun Ruizhe, China National Textile and Apparel Council; Absolute Colour: Moving from an Approval Model to a Compliance Model for Colour Development and Execution, Keith Hoover, JCPenney Co.; What’s Inside Our Colour Story?, Esther Ng, Luen Thai Holdings Ltd.; and Apparel Accessories Create Added Value to Retail, Huang Wenyuan, Hualian Garment Component Co., Ltd Martin Bide of the University of Rhode Island, AATCC symposium chair and AATCC President, moderated Session 2, Technology and Development This session featured Best Available Technology in Cotton Dyeing: The Only Way Forward, 446 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Ulrich Hanxleden and Peter Collishaw, DyStar GMbH; Fashion Garment Washing Trends and the Challenges to Colour and Finishing Technology, John Chan, Polo Ralph Lauren; Responding to the Demands of Western Brand Buyers, Wu Renxiao, New Wide Group; Famous Apparel Brands Contribute to Fast Development of Humen Town, Pan Jijun, The People’s Government of Humen Town; and Internationalisation of Leading Chinese Brands, Zhang Rongming, Beijing Aimer Lingerie Company Ltd A banquet was held for all the first night of the symposium The final half-day event, Session 3, Environment and Sustainability, was moderated by the SDC symposium chair and SDC President, Susan Williams The final session’s papers included Fibre Choice and Sustainability Issues: Green is Not Black and White, Martin Bide; Developing and Managing Chemical Restrictions Throughout a Global Apparel Supply Chain, Sean Cady, Levi Strauss & Co.; 4E’s (Ecology, Economy, Environment, Efficiency), Martin Joellenbeck, Clariant Corp.; The Challenges Facing Chinese OEM T-Shirt Manufacturers, Wang Yanshu, Gaiqi (China) KDG Company Ltd.; and Plan A: One Year On, Howard Williams, Marks & Spencer The Color Management: Begin with the End in Mind workshop was held at the AATCC Technical Center in Research Triangle Park, N C on August 20-21, 2008 The two-day event featured multiple presentations which included Fundamentals of Color Theory and Measurement, David Hinks, North Carolina State University; Reinventing Color and Style: The Major Trends, Leatrice Eiseman, Pantone Color Institute; Color Choice: A Balancing Act Between the DNA of a Dye and Requirements, Donna D Faber, JCPenney Co.; Describing Color Differences: How Good are Your Color Comments?, Carol T Revels, Gap Inc.; Color Communication: Getting Your Message Across, Roland L Connelly Sr., X-Rite Inc.; Supplier Conformance - Why Don’t My Numbers Match Yours?, Kenneth Butts, Datacolor; Tracking Color Performance, Keith D Hoover, JCPenney Co.; and Integration: Bringing it All Together, S Jean Hoskin, Macy’s Merchandising Group Break out sessions were also a part of the program to allow attendees to participate on illumination and observer issues, sample analysis and measurement technique, creativity with trends and virtual development, what is color matching, production evaluation and control, and how to the right color right The Enhancements: Innovations in Coloration & Finishing Symposium was jointly produced by INDA and AATCC It was held at the Hilton Americas in Houston, Texas The one-day program was broken into two parts Peter J Hauser of North Carolina State University moderated Nonwoven Enhancements I, which included Surface Bonded Photoactive Antimicrobial Textiles, Stephen Michielsen, North Carolina State University; Antimicrobial Treatments - Adding Value to Nonwoven Materials, Don Alexander, Anovotek LLC; Nonwoven Fluorochemical Applications - Current Regulatory Implications, Frank Adamsky, Daikin America Inc.; Economic Approaches to Improve Flame Retardancy of CottonBased Nonwovens, M G Kamath, Ticona-Celanese; Resin Bonded Nonwovens, Harrie Schoots, Celanese Chemicals; and The Evolution of Green Chemistry for Fibers and Textiles: Implications for the U.S Industry, Ian R Hardin, University of Georgia The afternoon session, Nonwoven Enhancements II, was moderated by Robert Funk, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, and included REACH Compliance, Rory Holmes, INDA; Effect of Alkalinization on Acoustic Properties of Eco-Friendly Nonwoven Noise Control Elements, Nazire Deniz Yilmaz, North Carolina State University; NanoColorants as a Viable InkJet Printing Solution for Certain Nonwoven Materials, Tim McCraw, Kimberly-Clark Corporation; 3D Ink - Adding Value & Character to Nonwoven Substrates, Steven Dalbey, Polytex Environmental Inks; EmbossCalendered High Performance Melt Blown Membranes from Liquid Crystalline Polymer, Larry Wadsworth, University of Tennessee; New Sterilization System for Heat Sensitive Nonwovens, Rory Wolf, Enercon Industries Corporation; and Nonwoven Surface Enhancement Using Novel Simultaneous Plasma-Spunmelt Process, Seshadri S Ramkumar, Texas Tech University Innovative Textile Printing: Green & Global Symposium was held September 17-19, 2008 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Durham, N C This two and one-half day program was co-sponsored by [TC]2 located in Cary, N C Welcoming remarks were given by Martin J Bide of University of Rhode Island and President of AATCC, Michael T Fralix, [TC]2 President and CEO, and AATCC symposium chair, Kerry M King, [TC]2 and chair of AATCC Research Committee RA80, Printing Technology Session I on Innovation was also moderated by Mrs King and included How Do I Know What Process to Use? A Product Developers Guide to Textile Print Methods, Richard Malachowski, Cranston Print Works; Emerging Technologies for Digital Printing, Kerry King; How are Companies Using Digital Textile Printing Today?, Patti Williams, IT Strategies; Digital Printing: A User’s Perspective, David R Clark, Huntsman International; Imagine Fall/Winter 2009/2010, Mitchell Cole, Pantone Inc.; Garment Printing Goes Digital, Barry Silevitch, Brother International; and Is Digital Production a Reality?, Rob Morskate, Osiris Digital Prints Two round tables were presented: Product Development & Sampling moderated by Lujuanna Pagan of [TC]2 with panelists Dani Locastro, First2Print, and Steven Smith, DP Innovations Inc.; and Digital Production moderated by Preston Aldridge of FTA Inc with panelists Frank Berninger, Dystar; Stephen Fraser, Spoonflower.com; and Mary Miller, Mary Miller Designs The first day also featured a reception with tabletop displays Session II on Green was also moderated by Mrs King and featured Technologies for a Sustainable Supply Chain, Michael T Fralix, [TC]2; Keeping Green in Mind: Textile Printing & the Environment, Mary Ankeny, Cotton Incorporated; Going Nano: Innovation and Sustainability in Colorant Chemistry, JeongGook Cho, Yuhan-Kimberly; EcoFriendly Protura Cotton, Tom McCall, CloverTex LLC; SGIA: Leading the Printing Industry Down the Sustainability Pathway, Marcia Kinter, SGIA A roundtable on Fibers, Fabrics, and Colorants Specifying Great Products while Minimizing Environmental Impact was moderated by Jim Lovejoy of [TC]2 and included Art Allen, Sensient Imaging Technologies S.A.; Henry Boyter, Institute of Textile Technology (ITT); Fernando Vazquez, Dow Corning Corp.; and Pattie Williams, IT Strategies Session III on Global was moderated by Ann C Laidlaw of X-Rite Inc with presentations on Textile Print Design & Production: A Look Beyond our Borders, Hitoshi Ujiie, Philadelphia University; Global Digital Sampling & Printing, Sangeeta Sachdev, Stork Digital Imaging BV; The Genie is Out of the Bottle, Jesse Leskanic, Cheran Digital Imaging & Consulting Inc.; and Digital Printing Applications for the Interior, Fashion and Graphic Markets, Michael G Lazzara, DuPont Co Another roundtable on Communicating Color and Design to Global Partners was moderated by Mrs King with Mrs Laidlaw, Mr Leskanic and Dan Randall, Datacolor The third day provided optional tours of Cotton Incorporated and [TC]2 AATCC sponsored a Medical, Nonwovens, Technical Textiles Symposium on October 6-7 2008 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham, N C This symposium was organized under the auspices of the AATCC Materials Interest Group John Y Daniels, AATCC Executive Vice President, and Philip J Brown, Clemson University and Symposium Chair, gave welcoming remarks The session on Functional Materials was moderated by Fred L Cook, Georgia Institute of Technology, who also gave the first talk on Next Generation Carbon Fibers Based on AATCC Technical Manual/2010 447 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Polyacrylonitrile/carbon Nanotube Composites Others included Making Composites Using the Three Dimensional Engineered Preform (3-DEP) Process, Mark A Janney, Materials Innovation Technologies LLC; Development of Autonomous Tissue Expanders for Surgical Reconstruction, David Bucknall, Georgia Institute of Technology; 2D Molecular Imprinting of Proteins via Polymer Brush Approach, Bogdan Zdyrko, Clemson University The session on Filtration, moderated by Philip J Brown included Modeling the Performance of a C-CP Fiber-Based Hepa Filter, Christopher L Cox, Clemson University; Novel Technologies for Particulate Filtration, John Larzelere, Naval Surface Warfare Center; Protein Separations using C-CP Filters, R Kenneth Marcus, Specialty & Custom Fibers LLC; and Water, Chemical and Energy Recovery by the Applications of Nanotechnology, John J Porter, Clemson University The Nonwoven Session, moderated by Behnam Pourdeyhimi of North Carolina State University, featured A Study on the Effects of Compression on Morphology of Nonwoven Materials, Sudhakar Jaganathan, Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center; Geometrical Modeling of Nonwovens Under Compression, Benoit Maze, Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center, Micro and Nano Fiber Nonwovens using Spunbonding and Hydroentangling, Nagendra Anantharamaiah, The Nonwovens Institute; and 3-Dimensional Analysis of Nonwovens, Eunkyoung Shim, The Nonwovens Institute A reception with tabletop displays was set up for the first night The second day had Marian McCord of North Carolina State University moderating a session on Medical Textiles with Rational Design of a Hemostatic Textile Matrix, Thomas H Fischer, Entegrion Inc.; New Electrospun Synthetic Biodegradable Poly(ester amide) Drug-Eluting Fibrous Membranes for Potential Wound Treatment, C C Chu, Cornell University; Chitosan/Poly(aspartic acid) Layered Films with Improved Haemostatic Properties, Samuel M Hudson, North Carolina State University; and Medical Textiles - Versatile In Use but Vulnerable to Microbial Problems, W Curtis White, Aegis Environments The last session, Protection and Performance Wear, was moderated by Seshadri S Ramkumar, Texas Tech University, and featured Textiles for Next Generation Chemical Biological Protection, Eugene Wilusz, Natick Soldier RD&E Center, Flame and Thermal Protection Materials for Combat Clothing and Individual Equipment, Francisco Martinez, Natick Soldier RD&E Center; Challenges in Fielding Combat Uniforms, Christine W Cole, Clemson University; Body Armor Composites with Enhanced Comfort and Protection, Seshadri Ramkumar; and Understanding the Ballistic Impact Resistance of Polypropylene Fabrics, Thomas Godfrey, Natick Soldier RD&E Center All sessions featured a panel discussion consisting of the speakers in that particular session The afternoon of the closing day offered an optional tour of the Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center (NCRC) The Introduction to Textile Testing Workshop was held during 2008 at the AATCC Technical Center laboratories, on December 3-4 Test methods and evaluation procedures were reviewed and presented by AATCC staff members John Y Daniels, Christopher S Leonard, Suzanne Holmes, Aaron Creech, Diana Wyman and Peggy J Pickett Textile Fundamentals-eLearning Modules AATCC and the TexEd department of the College of Textiles at North Carolina State University are partnering to offer eLearning opportunities to individuals involved in all facets of the textile supply chain This program was launched in the summer of 2008 Modules will focus on: fibers, weaving, knitting, nonwovens, fabric preparation, color and color principles, dyestuffs and dyeing, printing, chemical finishing, mechanical finishing, and textile testing Participants will have an opportunity to see a close-up view of the operations, processes and techniques discussed via 3-D animation and video clips A Certificate of Completion will be given to each participant upon satisfactory completion of each module Please see the AATCC web site (www.aatcc.org) for complete details Certificates of Service Martin J Bide, AATCC President, presented Certificates of Services to outgoing chairs of Administrative Committees and Research Committees as follows: Administrative Committees: Charles E Gavin III, chair, Building and Grounds; R Frederick Miller, chair, Membership Committee; Ian R Hardin, chair, Textile Education; Billy Gardner, chair, Olney Medal Award Committee; J Richard Aspland, chair, Henry E Millson Award for Invention Committee; and Elizabeth Easter, chair, Harold C Chapin Award Committee Research Committees: Adam R Varley, chair, Fiber Analysis; Jodi Lynch, chair, Hosiery; Ronald R Dombrowski, chair, Flammability Technology; Kenneth R Butts, member, Executive Committee on Research; and LouAnn Spirito, member, Executive Committee on Research Acknowledgments The technical activities of the Association are far reaching, evidenced by the many activities chronicled above, and also included in the Reports of Research Committees Its influence is felt world wide through the many test methods that have been adopted by international bodies to the participation by individuals from many different countries in the International Conference as well as the workshops and symposia Many hours of dedicated service are spent developing, modifying or refining test methods keeping them up-to-date Technology committee members, speakers, moderators and steering committee members provide their time and knowledge in keeping industry personnel informed of changes and new developments A constant flow of information is provided through the International Conference Technical Program and the numerous workshops and symposia The support of all these volunteers, their employers and corporate members is hereby acknowledged The AATCC staff members who represent the constant stabilizing force that provide the logistics for keeping these many activities ongoing and who help bring this effort to fruition through publications such as this TECHNICAL MANUAL are also acknowledged 448 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Reports of Research Committees RA23, Colorfastness to Water Chair: Sandeep Kahuata Bureau Veritas CPS Interlaboratory trial testing is continuing to evaluate the correlation of the new option to the standard procedure and to develop a precision and bias statement for TM 162, Colorfastness to Water: Chlorinated pool Additional tests are required to cover a broader range of fabrics and ratings Changes have been made to TM 15 (Colorfastness to Perspiration), 106 (Colorfastness to Water: Sea), and 107 (Colorfastness to Water) to provide consistency between the methods Multifiber test fabric No shall be used for specimens containing silk and Multifiber test fabric No.10 shall be used for specimens with no silk present Also for consistency between the three methods, the drying conditions have been updated to be worded the same In addition, the sample preparation sections of the methods have been revised to incorporate an option which is similar to ISO 105-E04 These changes have been balloted and approved Many committee members commented regarding running a shorter time frame and did not see any difference in results when compared to the 18 hr time limit A new study has been initiated to determine if different test time options (from 18 hr to reduced times) can be considered for TM 107 RA34, Preparation Acting Chair: Kenneth Greeson Cotton Incorporated The committee nominated and approved the appointment of Leonard T Farias of Cotton Incorporated as the new chair of RA34 beginning January 2009 Subcommittee will now be chaired by Ed Turner of Cotton Incorporated A new chair is being sought for Subcommittee A committee letter ballot was initiated to merge Committee RA34 and RA66 (Mercerization Test Methods) in November The merger of Committee RA34 with Committee RA66 is under consideration by both committees Mary Ankeny of Cotton Incorporated, acting chair of RA66, will chair the subcommittee for mercerization under Committee RA34 pending approval by both committees The proposed revision of Test Method 97 (Extractable Content of Greige and/or Prepared Textiles) with a newly written P&B Statement and new title of “Extractable Content of Textiles,” was submitted for committee letter ballot There were six affirmatives (one with comments) and no negative responses The comments have been resolved and are considered to be editorial This proposed revised method will be submitted for TCR ballot Dr Young-Min (“Richard”) Jeon from FITI in Korea presented a study comparing Test Method 81 (pH of the Water-Extract from Wet Processed Textiles) to ISO 3071 (pH by shaker method) This study was performed on finished garments that were purchased for the study The pH values for the ISO method were lower than those for AATCC TM 81 It may be necessary to add a statement to TM 81 stating that the method was only intended for prepared or dyed textiles This method is not to be used for finished fabrics The possibility of combining Test Method 98 (Alkali in Bleach Baths Containing Hydrogen Peroxide) and Test Method 102 (Hydrogen Peroxide by Potassium Permanganate Titration: Determination of) into a new method has been discussed Most textile mills with continuous bleach ranges are already testing alkali and hydrogen peroxide simultaneously Test Method 89 (Mercerization in Cotton) needs to be revised to include instrumental analysis There is a concern that fabrics treated with liquid ammonia may interfere with such instrumental analysis, so a study should be conducted prior to this revision This study is pending the approval of the merger of RA34 and RA66 Angelo Rizzardi from Innova gave a presentation entitled “Novel Approach for Continuous Bleaching of Woven Fabrics.” This presentation discussed a bleaching method that uses less rinsing due to lower alkali after bleaching, thus providing a more sustainable method for continuous processing This presentation was well received RA38, Colorfastness to Crocking Chair: Susan Gassett U.S Army Natick Soldier Research, Dev & Engineering Center A committee ballot for proposed revision of TMs (Colorfastness to Crocking: Crockmeter Method) and 116 (Colorfastness to Crocking: Rotary Vertical Crockmeter Method) to remove the instrumen- tal grading note from the Notes Section and add it to the Evaluation Section of the methods; to add it to the Report Section as well; and to include in the Notes Section an option to grade adjacent staining and color change of the crocked specimen, was submitted to committee ballot The ballot received two negatives which were mainly to with clarifying which electronic grading systems the notes refer to and these electronic grading systems have data to demonstrate that they provide equal or better results than an experienced grader The committee decided to let the negatives stand and to withdraw the ballot leaving the methods as currently published RA50, Lightfastness and Weathering Chair: Richard Slomko Atlas Material Testing Tech LLC The simplification of TM16 (Colorfastness to Light) has finally been sent to committee for review There was a need to simplify/clarify this popular test method due to its various options and sections The goal was to ensure a new user could follow this test method to completion In the end, the subcommittee split the test method into options and added a flow chart The dwindling supply of blue wool was a popular topic in 2008 There is currently a nine year supply of L2 and a four year supply of L4 A proposal by AATCC was made to use fugitive and fast dyes on nylon The idea is to inkjet the dye onto the nylon Huntsman will provide the dyes and Glen Raven can produce the nylon flag material In case this idea does not work, there are two other options Plan B is to have a research student work on finding replacements for the blue wool Plan C is to synthesize vat blue L4, which has been done by Harold Freeman of North Carolina State University The following test methods were withdrawn in 2008: TM181 (Colorfastness to Light at High Temperatures: Daylight Temperature and Humidity Controlled Apparatus) and TM 139 (Colorfastness to Light: Detection of Photochromism) All RA50 test methods were sent to committee ballot for reaffirmation to ensure manufacturer’s details are removed per AATCC guidelines The committee also added additional information to each test method to ensure that with the removal of manufacturer's details, users would still have the critical information needed to perform the test method AATCC Technical Manual/2010 449 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists of using the Liquid Detergent was sent to committee ballot this year RA56, Stain Resistance Chair: Paul L Johnson 3M Co RA89, Hand Evaluation The predominate activity in RA56 during 2008 was reviewing and updating Test Method 130 (Soil Release: Oily Stain Release Method) Based on a large multi-lab study done in 2007, a technical change was committee approved to state specifically the washing machine fill level In addition, a technical expansion was committee approved to include a liquid detergent option Both modifications were rejected by the Technical Committee on Research as being without acceptable data support, and that the testing did not include non-standard insult materials The other important issue before the committee is the imminent and evolving High Efficiency Washing Machine introduction to the consumer, and the changing regulatory guidelines and requirements being implanted over the next one to six years Along with other committees, RA56 understands that a new test method using new equipment will be needed More intensive committee planning should occur in the coming year as additional information is received by AATCC and other committees on equipment and machine variables The committee was presented with some interesting data on digital appearance measurement, with a focus on residual stain assessment The committee declined to take a lead in this work as its focus will be on existing test methods Other items brought to the committee, but tabled because of higher priority items include development of an AATCC specific oily soil stain, development of an industrial laundry test method, inclusion of other insult stains into TM 130, and the creation of a Proficiency Program for TM 130 The chair thanks all the members who have participated in the various studies, and have provided novel and creative ideas and discussions to improve not only the test protocols, but also the professional resource that is AATCC Acting Chair: Norma M Keyes Cotton Incorporated RA89 met during 2008 in May and November The committee has been pursuing the standardization of two instrumental techniques for measurement of specific textile elements of hand One of them is a system technology developed by Dr Ning Pan, University of CaliforniaDavis, and colleagues at NuCybertech, Inc., called PhabrOmeter™ The system produces measurements for fabric smoothness (lack of friction), drape, and stiffness used to calculate relative hand values Two companies active in the RA89 have PhabrOmeters™ and had agreed in 2007 to perform a study using the same samples A presentation was given at the May meeting by Vikki Martin, Cotton Incorporated, and co-author of the presentation, Leslie Waite, Procter & Gamble, participating by conference call Two PhabrOmeters™ at two labs at Procter & Gamble and one PhabrOmeter™ at Cotton Incorporated were used in the study The samples used in the study were a jersey knit with and without processing softener, twill fabric with two mercerization processes, and TestFabrics #429 combed cotton knit It was found that the instruments (3) produced high repeatability on each fabric for each instrument but there were some differences among instruments A subcommittee was formed to talk with Dr Pan and review a draft of a test method: Mark Granja, Sun Chemicals; Harrie Schoots, Celanese; Leslie Waite, P&G; Vikki Martin, Cotton Incorporated; and Bob Lattie, SDLAtlas are on the subcommittee The friction resistance testing technique, proposed by Dr S.S Ramkumar, TexasTech University, was awaiting a draft in AATCC style and form format for additional discussions by the committee RA60, Colorfastness to Washing RA103, Spectroscopic Technologies Chair: Jamie Moak Procter & Gamble Co Chair: James E Rodgers III SRRC, ARS, USDA Two meetings were held by RA103 in 2008, one in May and one in November A short meeting was held in May for general discussion on future topics of interest to RA103 and AATCC members At the November meeting, Dr James Rodgers of the SRRC ARS, USDA presented a paper titled “Polyester Cotton Blend Content of Printed and Dyed Fabrics by NIR.” This work was the result of a joint project between RA103 and RA24 (Fiber Analysis Test Methods) The goal Progress was made on several methods A proposed new method, Colorfastness to Chlorine Bleach: Accelerated Method, was progressed to TCR ballot this year A summer intern project was completed in which the Standard Liquid Detergent was run through AATCC TM 61 (Colorfastness to Laundering: Accelerated) and through full scale methods to enable the option of the Liquid Detergent to be added to TM 61 The data was shared with the committee and the option was to determine if NIR could be used to determine the blend ratio in cotton/polyester fabrics through the development of universal calibration models Interested parties in such a method are retailers, apparel manufacturers and Homeland Security (US Customs) Three different instruments, two at Solutia Inc and one at North Carolina State University, were used to measure the spectra of 300 samples Models were prepared using 265 spectra with math pretreatments and Multiple Linear Regression and Partial Least Squares techniques Second derivative and standard normal variate treatments improved the predictability of models Spectra from different sampling techniques (probes and static measurements) gave comparable results Using NIR models, over 85% of the predicted blend ratios were within 3% of the actual values determined by acid burnout At the November meeting, nominations and elections for RA103 chair and secretary were held Dr James Rodgers was nominated and approved as chair, and Dr Keith Beck of North Carolina State University was elected secretary of RA103 for the next term of 2009-2011 RA104, Garment Wet Processing RA104, Technology Chair: Dennis C Scheer Polo Ralph Lauren RA104 was initially formed to address a specific industry problem and continued to present information relevant to then current issues The committee met at both the 2008 spring and fall technical meetings held in Research Triangle Park The committee direction has been updated based on requested input from the attendees This thrust centers on discussion topics and current industry events, issues, challenges, concerns related to but not limited to sustainability, low liquor garment dyeing, resins and new emerging technologies applicable to not only apparel, but also fabrics as related to garments There will be a speaker for each meeting on one of the aforementioned topics The speakers making presentations for 2008 were as follows: May 6th meeting “Alternative Methods of Bleaching Denim for Extended Shade Ranges,” presented by George Cook, Global Business Development Representative, DyStar, L.P The November 12th meeting – “Functional Finish Trends as Related to Garments,” was presented by Don Alexander, President, Anovotek LLC The committee is in the initial planning stages for a Fashion and Garment Wet Processing and Sustainability Symposia for December 2009 Specific details to follow as they are confirmed 450 AATCC Technical Manual/2010 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Corporate Members for 2009 Note: The following listing of corporate members includes the corporate designee for each organization Dates show when the organization became a corporate member 3M Co, 3M Center Bldg 236-2C-13, Saint Paul MN 55144-0001, w-(651) 736-5628, f-(651) 736-5793, Paul L Johnson, Technical Specialist (1959) Banswara Syntex Ltd, Industrial Area, Dohad Rd, Banswara Raiasthan 327001 INDIA, w-91-2962-243123, f-91-2962240903, Peter P Coutinho, General Mgr QA (2007) 5.11 Inc, 4300 Spyres Way, Modesto CA 95356, w-(209) 5273381 x377, f-(209) 527-1511, Rizza C Abucejo-Ranario, R&D and Technical Mgr (2008) BASF Corp, 4330 Chesapeake Dr, Charlotte NC 28216-3411, w-(704) 398-4213, f-(704) 394-8336, Nhora Valencia (1957) A B Carter Inc, PO Box 518, Gastonia NC 28053-0518, w-(704) 874-2735, f-(704) 864-8870, Henderson Wise, National Marketing Mgr (2006) Academy Sports & Outdoors, 1800 N Mason Rd, Katy TX 77449, w-(281) 646-5748, f-(281) 646-5113, Roger Martin, QA Mgr (2008) Advanced Dyeing Solutions Ltd, Unit TS Bretton St, Enterprise Center, Desbury WF12 9DB UNITED KINGDOM, w441924455455, f-441924466 225, Sean O’Neill, Dir (2008) Advanced Testing Instruments, 203 Parksouth Dr, Greer SC 29651-7370, w-(864) 989-0566, f-(864) 989-0567, Tim Ziegenfus, Prod Mgr (2000) AGC Chemicals Americas Inc, 55 East Uwchlan Ave Suite 201, Exton PA 19341, w-(610) 423-4327, f-(610) 423-4301, Ryo Narusaka, Business Mgr (2005) Akzo Nobel Surface Chemistry, 525 W Van Buren St, Chicago IL 60607 3835, w-(312) 544-7000, f-(312) 544-7410, Thomas Stephens, (1974) Alabama Textile Mfrs Association, 401 Adams Ave Ste 710, Montgomery AL 36104-4326, w-(334) 279-1250, f-(334) 2791225, David H Seagraves, Exec Vice Pres (1999) Blue Fox NedGraphics Inc, 104 W 40th St, 12th Fl, New York NY 10018-3661, w-(212) 921-2727, f-(212) 768-4488, Geoff Taylor, VP Sales C/m Div (2003) Blue Moon Fiber Arts Inc, 56587 Mollenhour Rd, Scappoose OR 97056, w-(503) 922-3431, f-(503) 523-0092, Tina Newton, CEO (2008) Bombay Text Res Association, (West) Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Mumbai 400086 INDIA, w-912225003651, f-912225000459, Ashok N Desai, Dir (2006) Bozzetto Inc, 2507 S Elm Eugene St, Greensboro NC 274063620, w-(336) 333-7556, f-(336) 333-7964, Gregg Jones, Pres (1965) Bureau Veritas Consumer Prod Service, 100 Northpointe Pkwy, Buffalo NY 14228-1884, w-(716) 505-3590, f-(716) 5053301, Sandeep Khatua (1994) Burlington Industries, 804 Green Valley Rd Ste 300, Greensboro NC 27408-7039, w-(910) 379-4533, f-(910) 379-4504, Dale Arnold, VP Prod Development (1945) CAbi LLC, 18700 S Laurel Park Rd, Compton CA 90220-6003, w-(310) 638-3333, f-(310) 537-2064, Manager, Quality Assurance Dept (2008) American & Efird Inc, PO Box 507, Mount Holly NC 281200507, w-(704) 822-6014, f-(704) 827-4782, James Allen, General Mgr (1966) Capital Mercury Apparel Ltd, Rm 2306 /F Victory Mansion, 2200 Kai Xuan Rd, Shanghai Guangdong 200 030 CHINA, w8621644484588, f-862164484587, Ivan Leung, Chief Representative (2006) American Apparel LLC, 747 Warehouse St, Los Angeles CA 90021-1106, w-(213) 488-0226, f-(213) 201-3042, Erin Schagunn, Dir Quality Assurance (2005) Carpet & Rug Institute, PO Box 2048, Dalton GA 30722-2048, w-(706) 428-2126, f-(706) 428-3126, E Kenneth McIntosh, Technical Dir (1974) American Leather, 4501 Mountain Creek Pwky, Dallas TX 75236, w-(972) 296-9599 x232, f-(972) 590-9239, Lori P Henry, Exec Assistant (2007) Cekal Specialties Inc, PO Box 788, Mount Holly NC 281200788, w-(704) 822-6206, f-(704) 822-6641, Dallas D Crotts, Vice Pres (2004) Apexical Inc, PO Box 1000, Una SC 29378-1000, w-(864) 5780030, f-(864) 578-0107, Emil Baer, Pres (1944) Cellusuede Products Inc, PO Box 716, Rockford IL 611050716, w-(815) 964-8619, f-(815) 964-7949, John A Maxson III, Technical Dir (1952) Apollo Chemical Corp, PO Box 2176, Burlington NC 272162176, w-(336) 226-1161, f-(336) 226-7494, Jim Jones, Prod Mgr (1975) Apparel Production Services, 8954 Lurline Ave, Chatsworth CA 91311, w-(818) 700-3700 x211, f-(818) 700-3701, Anders M Hainer, CEO (2008) Arch Chemicals Inc, 235 Cherry Ln, New Castle DE 197202779, w-(302) 472-1353, f-(302) 472-1302, Scott A Brown (2004) Associacao Brasileira De Quimicos & Colorists Textels, Centro Comercial De Alphaville, Praca Flor de Linho 44, 06453-000 Barueri Sao Paulo BRAZIL, w-551141954931, f-551141919774, Evaldo Turqueti, Pres (2002) Atlas Material Testing Tech LLC, 17301 W Okeechobee Rd, Hialeah FL 33018-6414, w-(305) 245-3659, f-(305) 245-9122, Oscar L Cordo, Standards Mgr (1944) Chem-Tex Laboratories Inc, PO Box 5228, Concord NC 28027-1503, w-(704) 795-9322, f-(704) 792-1417, Michael H Smith, Pres (1987) China Textile Information Center, East Chang An St, Rm 284 12, Beijing 100742 CHINA, w-861085229685, f861085229692, Hu Fa Xiang, Deputy Chief Engineer (2006) CHT R Beitlich Corp, PO Box 240497, Charlotte NC 282240497, w-(704) 529-1274, f-(704) 522-8142, Wendy McBryde, Admin Office Mgr (1984) Clariant International Ltd, Rothaustrasse 61, CH 4132 Muttenz SWITZERLAND, w-(704) 395-6575, f-(704) 395-6594, Andreas M Lotz, Head of Textile Business NA (2009) Classic Dyestuffs Inc, PO Box 2368, High Point NC 272612368, w-(910) 841-2346, David W Picha, Pres (1980) AATCC Technical Manual/2010 451 Copyright © 2009 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Color Solutions International, 9844 Southern Pine Blvd Ste A, Charlotte NC 28273, w-(704) 561-2929, f-(704) 561-2915, John A Darsey Jr, CEO (2001) Fred Whitaker Co, PO Box 12886, Roanoke VA 24029-2886, w-(540) 427-4343, f-(540) 427-3052, Fred Whitaker Jr, Plant Mgr (1953) Colorep Inc, 9119 Milliken Ave, Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730-5509, w-(909) 484-2855, f-(909) 484-6966, William Grier, Pres (2005) Gar-Tex Testing Equipment Ltd, 9/F Wing Fat Loong Industrial Bldg, 136 Ting Yip St Kwun Tong, Kowloon HONG KONG, w85234285516, f-85234285517, Henley Cheung, Dir (2005) Concept III Textiles International, 130 Maple Ave Suite 7B, Red Bank NJ 07701, w-(732) 530-1976 x228, f-(732) 530-4969, David Parkes, Pres (2008) Genencor International Inc, 1170 Reynolds Price Dr, Kernersville NC 27284-5703, w-(336) 499-7707, f-(336) 499-2504, Art Roberson (1982) Consos Inc, PO Box 34186, Charlotte NC 28234-4186, w-(704) 596-2813, f-(704) 596-4861, Beth Herlocker (1978) Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Polymers Text Fiber Engineer, 801 Ferst Dr, Atlanta GA 30332 0295, w-(404) 894-2536, f-(404) 894-8780, Fred Cook, Professor (2009) Consumer Testing Laboratories Inc, 300 SW 24th St, Bentonville AR 72712-7954, w-(479) 418-8253, Owen Jones, Mgr (2006) Cotton Incorporated, 6399 Weston Pkwy, Cary NC 275132314, w-(919) 678-2220, f-(919) 678-2235, Bobby Gordon, Dir Dyeing (1975) Daikin America Inc, 402 Willow Spring Ct, Greensboro NC 27410-3118, w-(336) 294-1471, f-(336) 294-4279, David Costner, Accounts Mgr (1998) Datacolor, Princess Rd, Trenton NJ 08648, w-(609) 9242189, f-(609) 895-7472, Doris Brown, VP Marketing (1982) Digifab Systems Inc, 5015 Pacific Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90058-2215, w-(323) 581-4500, Avedik Izmirlian, Pres (2002) Dooley Chemical LLC, PO Box 71951, Chattanooga TN 37407-0951, w-(423) 624-0086, f-(423) 622-4848, Rick Wilson, Pres (1968) Dow Corning Corp, PO Box 994, Midland MI 48686-0001, w(989) 496-4000, f-(989) 496-6974, Laura Wolak, Marketing Comm Mgr (1963) Duratec Inc, 1617 Abutment Rd, Dalton GA 30721-4802, w(706) 529-9700, f-(706) 529-9800, E Roger Wilson, Pres (2004) Global Colors Inc, 1455 President St, Glendale Heights IL 60139-3602, w-(630) 462-6091, f-(630) 462-6092, Sayeeda Shameem, Vice Pres (2004) Global Resources Management Group, Anna Nagar Eastern Extn, Annanagar Western Extn 600101 INDIA, w011914426151917, f-011914426151792, Sundari Subramaniam (2005) Goldfame Enterprises Ltd, Flat C 3/F KK Ind Bldg 5, Mok Cheung St, Tokiuawan HONG KONG, w-01185223331042, f01185227649154, Brian Chan, Merchandising Mgr (2008) GTI Graphic Technology Inc, 211 Dupont Ave, Newburgh NY 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