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Regulatory changes demand higher quality in products
Any changes in regulations enhance the chemical and mechanical safety in the textile products. In this interview, Suvodeep Mukherjee, Senior General Manager Sales at TÜV SÜD South Asia, highlights on how brand owners are taking steps to achieve high level of quality and importance of traceability.
Digitalised equipment is required to monitor quality
Before any textile product reaches the marketplace, it is necessary to test the materials to check the quality. Today, manufacturers and retailers are expected to create and supply products that meet or exceed the minimum legal requirements. Quality also means the product is safe to use and meets the “claims” as stated by the product manufacturer. In this interview with Rakesh Rao, Anitha Jeyaraj, Deputy Director – Softlines, Connectivity & Products, SGS India Pvt Ltd, highlights on various aspects of quality and steps to be taken to enhance quality checking processes.
Hohenstein unveils method to detect GMOs in cotton
A new qualification method has been developed by the Textile testing partner Hohenstein which has been qualified to detect the type and extent of genetic modifications in organic cotton.
Human Machine Interface (HMI) is an emerging technology
Paramount is a group engaged in textile testing and quality control instruments since 1964. We setup complete quality control labs for garment exporters, buying houses, textile mills, dyeing and processing houses. Paramount has a large Portfolio of more than 180 products, being manufactured at the three state of the art facilities. Manjit Singh Saini, CEO & Executive Director, Paramount Group, sheds light on the Indian textile testing industry and the latest in textile testing technologies
Why is sample conditioning essential in testing?
Textile testing plays an important role in textile manufacturing, promotion and distribution. The key purpose of textile testing is to evaluate the performance of the textile product and provide an analysis based on the test results.
SDL Atlas launches Textender
SDL Atlas’ latest instrument, the Textender, is designed to evaluate the stretch, recovery, and growth properties of fabrics, especially those used in sportswear and athleisure clothing.
Hohenstein marks its 75th anniversary
Textile testing and research partner, Hohenstein, has reason to celebrate: this year marks the company’s 75th anniversary. Now in its third generation of family ownership, the company will spend this landmark year expanding its foundation for the future.