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Changes in AATCC Test Methods

he following changes have been made in AATCC test methods since publication of the 2004 edition of the TECHNICAL MANUAL. The copy deadline for changes in the 2005 edition was May 2004. Global Editorial Change. The following AATCC Test Methods were editorially revised to update the source name for materials only from SDL Atlas L.L.C., 1813A Associate Lane, Charlotte NC 28217; tel: 704/329-0911; fax: 704/329-0914; e-mail: [email protected] to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/ 794-9704; e-mail: [email protected]: 15-2002, 17-1999, 61-2003, 88B-2003, 88C-2003, 116-2001, 1302000, 142-2000, 143-2001, 165-1999, 172-2003, 188-2003. Global Editorial Change. The following AATCC Test Methods were editorially revised to update the precision and bias statements to more accurately state the current work progress: 6-2001, 76-2000, 82-2001, 86-2000, 99-2000, 106-2002, 107-2002, 109-2002, 110-2000, 116-2001, 123-2000, 124-2001, 129-2001, 131-2000, 139-2000, 140-2001, 154-2001, 157-2000, 159-1999, 161-2002, 162-2002, 164-2001, 170-2001, 176-2001. The following represents other changes made to test methods in the 2005 Manual. 8-2004, Colorfastness to Crocking: AATCC Crockmeter Method. Revised to indicate a second procedure for preparing wet crock specimens and to add a new finger diameter tolerance. An updated picture of the Crockmeter was put as Fig. 1 and an update for the source name for materials only changed to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/ 794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] Further, in 13.12, an additional article was added as a reference. 16-2004, Colorfastness to Light. Revised to add note that an automated electronic grading system may be used as long as the system has been demonstrated to provide results that are equal to and provide equal or better repeatability and reproducibility than an experienced grader performing visual evaluations. Reference to this note was appropriately placed throughout the method. 20-2004, Fiber Analysis: Qualitative. Revised to include amendments that affect both the analysis of extractable finishes on samples that are being tested for metallic fibers. 20A-2004, Fiber Analysis: Quantitative. Revised to include amendments that affect both the analysis of extractable finishes on samples that are being tested for quantitative fiber content in TM 20A, Fiber Analysis: Quantitative. 23-2004, Colorfastness to Burnt Gas Fumes. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 24-2004, Insects, Resistance of Textiles to. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 26-2004, Ageing of Sulfur-Dyed Textiles: Accelerated. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 27-2004, Wetting Agents: Evaluation of Rewetting Agents. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 28-2004, Insect Pest Deterrents on Textiles. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 30-2004, Antifungal Activity, Assessment on Textile Materials: Mildew and Rot Resistance of Textile Materials. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. Also, corrected the

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name of the organism Penicillium funiculosum to Penicillium varians as directed by American Type Culture Collection. ATCC also has a new address which is noted in the method. 35-2000, Water Resistance: Rain Test. Editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. Also, a diagram of the Rain Tester nozzle has been added as Fig. 3. 42-2000, Water Resistance: Impact Penetration Test. Editorially revised to delete the Laboratory Burette Clamp in Fig. 3 as it is no longer a part of the structural details of the impact penetration tester. 43-2004, Wetting Agents for Mercerization. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 92-2004, Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Single Sample Method. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 93-2004, Abrasion Resistance of Fabrics: Accelerotor Method. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 96-2004, Dimensional Changes in Commercial Laundering of Woven and Knitted Fabrics except Wool. Revised to indicate that a Digital Imaging System may be used as an alternate measuring device in place of the prescribed manual measurement devices if it is established that its accuracy is equivalent to the manual devices. A change was also made to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/7949704; e-mail: [email protected] 99-2004, Dimensional Changes of Woven or Knitted Wool Textiles: Relaxation, Consolidation and Felting. Revised to indicate that a Digital Imaging System may be used as an alternate measuring device in place of the prescribed manual measurement devices if it is established that its accuracy is equivalent to the manual devices. 100-2004, Antibacterial Finishes on Textile Materials: Assessment of. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to add address for American Type Culture Collection (ATCC). 101-2004, Colorfastness to Bleaching with Hydrogen Peroxide. Revised to include a new precision and bias statement and to clarify rating process in 8.1, 8.1.1 and 9.1. A change was also made to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 103-2004, Bacterial Alpha-Amylase Enzymes used in Desizing, Assay of. Reaffirmed. 104-2004, Colorfastness to Water Spotting. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 114-1999, Chlorine, Retained, Tensile Loss: Multiple Sample Method. Editorially revised to eliminate the reference to Quadrafos® from the method. 116-2001, Colorfastness to Crocking: Rotary Vertical Crockmeter Method. Editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. A change was also made to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 117-2004, Colorfastness to Heat: Dry (Excluding Pressing). Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias

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statement to more accurately state the current work progress. A change was also made to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 118-2002, Oil Repellency: Hydrocarbon Resistance Test. Editorially revised to change source for test liquids. 119-2004, Color Change Due to Flat Abrasion (Frosting): Screen Wire Method. Reaffirmed. 120-2004, Color Change Due to Flat Abrasion (Frosting): Emery Method. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 125-2004, Colorfastness to Perspiration and Light. Revised in its entirety to introduce a test method for evaluating the colorfastness of textiles subjected to the combined effects of light and aqueous solutions. The solutions under consideration were water, perspiration, pool water and sea water. The revised method (with a title change) was based on work reported to the AATCC committees and the ISO task group. Both UK and US apparel manufacturers had reported instances of perspiration soaked garments fading during exposure to sunlight. The garments had exhibited no significant fading individual tests for colorfastness to light and colorfastness to perspiration. A laboratory test was needed to detect those materials that would exhibit fading on exposure to combined light and perspiration. No aqueous solutions other than perspiration are included in this revision. 128-2004, Wrinkle Recovery of Fabrics: Appearance Method. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 131-2000, Colorfastness to Pleating: Steam Pleating. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 132-2004, Colorfastness to Drycleaning. Revised to add Multifibers FA, FB and FAA to the Materials section of the method and to add as a source Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 133-2004, Colorfastness to Heat: Hot Pressing. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. Also, to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 135-2004, Dimensional Changes of Fabrics after Home Laundering. Revised to indicate that a Digital Imaging System may be used as an alternate measuring device in place of the prescribed manual measurement devices if it is established that its accuracy is equivalent to the manual devices. Changes were also made to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress, and to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/7949704; e-mail: [email protected] 141-2004, Compatibility of Basic Dyes for Acrylic Fibers. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 146-2001, Dispersibility of Disperse Dyes: Filter Test. Editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. Also, to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/7949703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 147-2004, Antibacterial Activity Assessment of Textile Materials: Parallel Streak Method. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to

change address for American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) and to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 150-2003, Dimensional Changes of Garments after Home Laundering. Editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. Also, to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/ 794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 151-2003, Soil Redeposition: Launder-Ometer Method. Editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. Also, to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 174-1998, Antimicrobial Activity Assessment of Carpets. Editorially revised to change address of American Type Culture Collection (ATCC). 178-2004, Barré: Visual Assessment and Grading. Reaffirmed. 179-2004, Skewness Change in Fabric and Garment Twist Resulting from Automatic Home Laundering. Revised to indicate that a Digital Imaging System may be used as an alternate measuring device in place of the prescribed manual measurement devices if it is established that its accuracy is equivalent to the manual devices. 180-1997, Colorfastness to Light at High Temperatures: Daylight Temperature Controlled Apparatus. Withdrawn in its entirety. The SAE Automotive Materials Association Committee is currently revising an SAE automotive test method similar to AATCC TM 180. The SAE document is SAE J2229, Accelerated Exposure of Automotive Interior Trim Materials Using an Outdoor under Glass Variable Angle Controlled Temperature Apparatus. SAE J2229 is due for its five-year review and will be updated by the SAE Automotive Materials Association Committee. TM 180 was proposed for withdrawal as the committee does not have the resources to administer duplicate standards. 181-2004, Colorfastness to Light at High Temperature: Daylight Temperature and Humidity Controlled Apparatus. Reaffirmed and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. 183-2004, Transmittance or Blocking of Erythemally Weighted Ultraviolet Radiation through Fabrics. Revised to include a measurement of fabric in the wet condition. 187-2004, Dimensional Changes of Fabrics: Accelerated. Revised to indicate that a Digital Imaging System may be used as an alternate measuring device in place of the prescribed manual measurement devices if it is established that its accuracy is equivalent to the manual devices. 191-2004, Acid Cellulase Enzymes, Effect of: Top Loading Washer. Reaffirmed, under the three year review process, and editorially revised to update the precision and bias statement to more accurately state the current work progress. Also, to update the source name for materials only to Textile Innovators Corp., div of SDL Atlas L.L.C., P.O. Box 8, 101 Forest St., Windsor NC; tel: 252/794-9703; fax: 252/794-9704; e-mail: [email protected] 192-2004, Weather Resistance of Textiles: Sunshine-Arc Lamp Exposure With and Without Wetting. Reaffirmed under the three year review process. 193-2004, Aqueous Liquid Repellency: Water/Alcohol Solution Resistance Test. New method designed to detect the presence of a fluorochemical finish, or other compounds capable of imparting a low energy surface, on all types of fabrics, by evaluating the fabric's resistance to wetting by a selected series of water/alcohol solutions of different surface tensions.

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