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AATCC 92

Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method

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Organization: AATCC
Publication Date: 1 January 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 3
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Purpose and Scope.

This is an accelerated test method to determine the potential damage caused by retained chlorine. It has been designed for use on cotton and rayon fabrics, but may be used on any fabric or finish that is not damaged by heat alone (see 11.1).

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AATCC 92
January 1, 2013
Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method
Purpose and Scope. This is an accelerated test method to determine the potential damage caused by retained chlorine. It has been designed for use on cotton and rayon fabrics, but may be used on any...
January 1, 2009
Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method
Purpose and Scope This is an accelerated test method to determine the potential damage caused by retained chlorine. It has been designed for use on cotton and rayon fabrics, but may be used on any...
January 1, 2009
Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method
Purpose and Scope This is an accelerated test method to determine the potential damage caused by retained chlorine. It has been designed for use on cotton and rayon fabrics, but may be used on any...
January 1, 2004
Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method
This is an accelerated test method to determine the potential damage caused by retained chlorine. It has been designed for use on cotton and rayon fabrics, but may be used on any fabric or finish...
January 1, 2004
Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method
Purpose and Scope This is an accelerated test method to determine the potential damage caused by retained chlorine. It has been designed for use on cotton and rayon fabrics, but may be used on any...
January 1, 1999
Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method
1. Purpose and Scope 1.1 This is an accelerated test method to determine the potential damage caused by retained chlorine. It has been designed for use on cotton and rayon fabrics, but may be used on...
January 1, 1994
Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method
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