|Instrument Type||d/8° spectrophotometer|
|Spectral Analyser||Dual Beam analyser|
|Able to work between 360-700 nm|
|Measuring resolution||2 rm|
|Spectral Interval||10 nm|
|Illumination Source||Pu se Xenon filtered to D65|
|Sphere Diameter||Minimum 150 nm|
|Inter-instrument agreement CIE AE||0.08|
|UV cutoff Filters||400 nm, 420 nm, 460 nm|
|Reflactance Apertures||26mm, 16 mm, 5 mm, 2.5 mm|
|Transmission Apertures||22 mm|
|Sample Positioning||Adjustable with camera|
|Display||Builtin Color LCD Display|
|Softwares Data Acquisition System||Co or Measurement|
|Co–npatible with equipment • All softwares pre- nstalled & upgradable|
|Accessories||All accessories to make and keep the unit operational|
Most defects arising in the production process of textiles and apparels are detected by inspectors. In order to promote consistent inspection decision from factory inspector, we recommend our factory to provide adequate inspector training in recognizing fabric and apparel defects and cause.
Under the new concept of Auto Sportswear Quality Assurance program and partnership with our factories, Definition and Classification of Defects are developed and established as follows: Read more about Non-Contact Portable Spectrometer
Critical Defects: A defect that fails to meet mandatory regulations and/ or affects the safety of the consumer. Results in automatic rejection of inspection.
Major Defects: Any defect severe enough that it would result in customer dissatisfaction, or generally classify the garment as a second, or of less quality.
Minor Defects: An imperfection that may or may not cause a second, depending upon it’s location in the finished garment.
Apparel Defect Classification
A simplified list of defects, explanation and the judgments are used in classifying apparel defects found in final inspection.
Fabric defects Classification
A fundamental list of defects, explanation and the judgments are used in classifying both woven and knit fabric defects.
Factory Quality Control Manager should offer continuous
inspection training with showing written standards, using sample fabric
standards / defective garment samples and photograph.
*Note “Sewing Defect Manual” and “Seam Puckering Technical Bulletin” are property of American & Efird Inc.