NONWOVENS TESTING

  • Universal Thickness Gauge And Bending Length Tester For Nonwoven Fabrics

    Nonwovens

     

    Bulky nonwovens with a thickness of
    greater than 20 mm should be tested
    on this apparatus. The specimen is
    placed on a base plate and covered
    by a glass plate, the pressure exerted
    on the sample is 0.02 kPa.
    The measuring arm is lowered until
    the pointer touches the surfaceof the
    glass plate. The thickness is read
    from the digital display.

     

  • Cap 100

    WICK AND WEIGH TEST

     

     

    The fluid handling of nonwoven and woven
    materials for hygienic and other applications
    involving fluids has a major impact on the
    functionality of the end product. A detailed
    analysis of the capillary properties of the
    material gives essential feedback for purposes
    of product- and process optimisation.

     

  • Slosh BoX 100

    FLUSHABILITY TESTER

     

    Declaration of flushability becomes more and
    more important in line with the increasing use
    of consumable wipes of nonwoven materials.
    Incorrect or non existent labelling for flushability
    causes problems with clogging, blockages and
    equipment failure in the conveyance and
    wastewater treatment systems.
    The guidelines drawn up by INDA/EDANA
    include a number of tests, which assists
    producers in verifying the flushability of their
    products.

     

     

  • NIS 200

    NONWOVENS INSPECTION SYSTEM

     

     

     

     

  • Lister AC

    LIQUID STRIKE THROUGH TIME

     

     

    Our EDANA-recommended LISTER AC offers
    electronic measurement of the liquid-strikethrough
    time. The liquid-strike-through time is
    the time taken for a known volume of test liquid
    (simulated urine) applied to the surface of a
    test piece of nonwoven coverstock, which is in
    contact with underlaying standard absorbent
    pads to pass through the nonwovens.

     

  • FLUSH 100

    FLUSHABILITY TESTER

     

     

    The market for disposable hygiene products
    has increased rapidly in the last years. For
    producers of nonwoven consumer products it
    is therefore becoming more and more important
    to test the compatibility of their products with
    various wastewater treatment systems.
    One criterion for a product to be called flushable
    is to which degree the product settles in various
    parts of the wastewater system. The
    corresponding test is the column settling test.

     

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