Testing Stretch and Recovery - What Do the Numbers Mean?
Join SGS and the AATCC for a detailed review of four test methods currently used in the apparel industry for measuring stretch, growth, and recovery properties of knit and woven fabrics made with elastic yarns.
Oct 01, 2015, 11:00
Oct 01, 2015, 12:00
Louann Spirito is Director of Technical Support, Softlines at SGS will be presenting this webinar which will review in detail four test methods currently used in the apparel industry for measuring stretch, growth, and recovery properties of knit and woven fabrics made with elastic yarns.
- ASTM D2594 - Stretch Properties of Knit Fabrics Having Low Power
- ASTM D3107 - Stretch Properties of Fabrics Woven from Stretch Yarns
- ASTM D4964 - Tension and Elongation of Elastic Fabrics (CRE Tensile Tester)
- ASTM D6614 – Stretch Properties of Textile Fabrics – CRE Method
Performance specifications and industry best practices will also be discussed to help provide a better understanding of what the test result numbers mean and how to apply realistic expectations and requirements.
Date: Thursday, October 1st
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 am EDT
SGS Clients: $99
AATCC Members (both corporate and individual): $99