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AATCC 201

Drying Rate of Fabrics: Heated Plate Method

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Organization: AATCC
Publication Date: 1 January 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 3
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Purpose and Scope

This test method determines the drying rate of a fabric, exposed to a prescribed volume of water, while in contact with a heated plate set at 37°C (99°F), the skin surface temperature at which the human body starts to perspire.

This method is applicable to all types of fabrics, including knits, wovens, and non-wovens, as well as to fabrics taken from end product items.

Document History

AATCC 201
January 1, 2014
Drying Rate of Fabrics: Heated Plate Method
Purpose and Scope This test method determines the drying rate of a fabric, exposed to a prescribed volume of water, while in contact with a heated plate set at 37°C (99°F), the skin surface...
January 1, 2013
Drying Rate of Fabrics: Heated Plate Method
This test method determines the drying rate of a fabric, exposed to a prescribed volume of water, while in contact with a heated plate set at 37°C (99°F), the skin surface temperature at which the...
January 1, 2012
Drying Rate of Fabrics: Heated Plate Method
Purpose and Scope This test method determines the drying rate of a fabric, exposed to a prescribed volume of water, while in contact with a heated plate set at 37°C, the skin surface temperature at...

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