In today^^s competitive market consumers pay more attention to the quality of material and fibres beyond their cost and charges. Therefore textiles need not to be only stylish but also consistently well made and free from hazardous substances.

Sigma Test & Research Centre (STRC) has complete in house facility to execute various jobs related to??Textile Testing STRC^^s textile testing lab is adequately equipped with the latest sophisticated analytical instruments and a team of competent & experienced laboratory technicians to provide accurate & meaningful testing services for a wide variety of textile samples in strict accordance with various National & International Testing Standards & Specifications.

Following are the Testing Parameters

BREAKING LOAD-??The maximum force in Newton required to break the fabric.??
Test Method-??IS 1969 - 2009.

ELONGATION-??The difference between the length of a stretched specimen at breaking load and its initial length usually expressed as percentage of the latter.
Test Method-??IS 1969 - 2009.

TEAR RESISTANCE-??The force in Newton required to tear a specimen.??
Test Method??IS 6489 - 1993.

BURSTING STRENGTH-??The maximum fluid pressure is applied to a circular specimen for distending it to rupture. Test Method??IS 1966 - 1975.

FLAMMABILITY The characteristics of a material which pertain to its relative ease of ignition & relative ability to sustain combustion.
Test Method??IS 11871 - 1986.

MASS PER UNIT AREA-??It can be define as the mass in gram of one square metre of fabric.
Test Method IS 1964 - 2001.

THREADS COUNT-??It can be defined as the number of threads in per unit length of fabric.
Test Method??IS 1963 - 1981.

DIMENSIONAL CHANGE OF FABRIC-??The increase or decrease in dimensions that occurs in the fabric or garments after the material is soaked in water and agitated for a short period under specified condition, expressed as a percentage of the corresponding dimension before the treatment.
Test Method??IS 1313 - 1984.

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