Crease Recovery Tester

Standard fabric crease recovery tester in two versions for applying different loads (10N and 19 63N weights) to meet the requirements of European and American standards  Must Include. Read about Yarn Evenness Tester

Fabric Crease Recovery Tester Operation

  • European Standards (EN, ISO and M&S)
  • Loading Device (ION and 19.63N weights)
  • Specimen Tweezers (Metal)
  • Specimen Tweezers (Plastic)
  • Specimen Template 40 x 15mm
  • Specimen Template 50 x 25mm
  • Pack (25 sheets 100 x 150mm) Paper Tissue
  • American Standards (AATCO
  • Loading Device (500g weight)
  • Specimen Tweezers (Metal)
  • Specimen Tweezers (Plastic)
  • Specimen Template 40 x 15mm
  • Specimen Template 50 x 25mm


Auto Garments has a responsibility to protect the environment, our customers and the people involved in the production of our goods in addition to ensuring an acceptable level of performance from the fabrics used by Crease Recovery Tester

Outlined below are Adams requirements with regard to the control of Chemicals and other substances which may pose a risk to safety or performance. All suppliers must comply with these requirements.

Compliance & Audit

Audit Findings/ suggestion Root Cause Recommendation Corrective action plan by factory management
Lack of quality training also QC &QA Quality responsible don’t give aware to the quality inspector Regarding the SOP Factory Quality Management should provide training about quality issue. Management take a plan regarding how to provide effective training to the quality .
Yarn conditioning were not conducted Lack of proper Knowledge & space . Need to make space Factory Management will established proper monitoring system & will do accordingly
Quality did not able to show the lab dip Lack of responsible guys Quality people Should more aware on this issue . Factory management will maintain accordingly
In chemical store they were not maintained issue ,balance record properly .  Lack of proper monitoring & awareness. Factory management maintain it properly. Factory Management will established a proper monitoring system & also give awareness to the concern person.
The factory management not conduct investigation after pest control Factory concern not aware regarding this issue The factory management will conduct investigation after pest controlling Collect data from sparrow & start system monthly or quarterly

Missed cut-Line or Knitted Selvage-

Definition and Causes:

In the process of circular knitting and in some constructions a cut-line, along the knitted Wales and throughout the entire length of the roll is created.

The purpose is to facilitate a straight slitting of the fabric during the transformation of the fabric from a tubular to open width form. 

The creation of this cut line is normally done by disengaging 2 or 3 needles at the knitting zone.

Some knitters, on the other hand, prefer to use a different knit stitch (usually a Pique) to make a distinctive cut-line of Crease Recovery Tester

During the Slitting process this distinctive cut-line must be followed precisely to minimize any damages or working losses.

In certain cases due to equipment failure (optical sensors) or lack of due attention the cut line is missed creating an unwanted line in different areas on the fabric.

Preventive Suggestions:

Knitters must make sure that the inserted cut-lines are distinctive and quite visible.

This becomes especially important in darker colors since in these colors, lines have a tendency to become less visible.

Operator training and equipment maintenance and upkeep are equally important.

Corrective Measures:

For this defect, once it is created, there are no corrective measures available.

Incorrect Selvage Gumming and Trimming-

Definition and Causes:

In order to easily and flatly spread layers of a single jersey fabric on the cutting table, it is necessary to apply a thin layer of Gum and then trim the naturally curled selvedges.

This is done in the drying stage and the following are some of the common defects that are associated with this process:

The inconsistent thickness or a variation in the viscosity of the gumming chemical causing stickiness in the selvedge areas.

Uncut portions due to defective trimming devices leaving strands of loose fabrics.

Any of these problems would make spreading of the fabric on the cutting table difficult.

Preventive Suggestions:

The gumming chemicals which are normally PVA based need to be of Low-Medium viscosity profile. Correct dilution and continuous agitation in the preparation stage, to avoid coagulation, are important and need to be closely monitored.

Corrective Measures:

In severe cases, to correct the unevenness of the gummed areas, a scour process to remove the gum and a re-gumming application will correct the defect.

It is to be noted that re-trimming will not be required since this will affect the cuttable width of the fabric by using Crease Recovery Tester