VIT 416A - Perspiration Tester – Perspirometer

Perspiration Tester is to determine colour fastness test to water, sea water, perspiration fastness in textiles and sublimation during storage. Perspiration tester consists of 1 stainless steel frame with 21 acrylic separator plates to hold 20 samples. Thus the both ISO/AATCC test methods can be done in one time. 20 plastic basins are equipped for pre-treatment of samples.
A precise oven is required.

Included Accessories

  • AATCC weight with other parts in total 4.54kg(10lb)
  • AATCC weight with an extra ISO weight and other parts in total 5kg(11lb)
  • Acrylic Plates (Pack of 21)
  • 20 plastic basins

Perspiration AATCC 15 , EN ISO 105 E04 , DIN 54020 , JIS L0848 , BS 1006 E04
Water AATCC 107, EN ISO 105 E01 , DIN 54006 , DIN54005 , JIS L0846 ,BS 1006 E01
Sea water AATCC 106 , EN ISO 105 E02 , DIN 54007 , JIS L0847 , BS 1006 E02

10 Kg

470 x 27 x 20mm (L x W x H)

What is color fastness to perspiration?

Color fastness, refers to the characteristic that the textile maintains a certain degree of colorfastness during processing and use. The color fastness grade was evaluated based on the discoloration of the sample and the coloration of the unstained fabric. Among them, the color fastness to perspiration, the light fastness and the rub fastness are closely related to our daily lives. Because most of the current color fastness tests are based on the corresponding environment for simulation experiments, there are many methods and standards. For example, my company’s perspiration fastness tester can test various test standards such as colour fastness to perspiration ISO and color fastness to perspiration AATCC, it provide some reference value that how to improve color fastness to perspiration
Perspiration fastness test method
The color fastness to perspiration meaning that the color of textiles maintains a certain degree of colorfastness under the action of perspiration. The test method is sew the sample and a standard lining fabric together, placed in perspiration solution and then clamped on the perspirometer tester. Put it in a constant temperature in an oven, then dry it, and use a gray card for rating to get the test result.