- Micro Sieve – For filtration of particles/microcapsules Membrane Size range: Ito 150 mm, Membrane Thickness: 0.1 to 5 gm
- Pore Size range: 0.1 to 100 gm
- Membrane Material: Ceramic or equivalent Temperature Resistance: -50 to 700°C Inert to organic solvents. We sale Chemical Inventory Management System
Open-Width Styles – The cut able width is guaranteed to be within two inches (2”). The cut able width is quoted as the minimum cut able width plus two inches. For example, a quoted cut able width of 60-62 inches means that 60 inches is the minimum cut able width and that 62 inches is the maximum cut able width.
Tubular Styles – The cut able width is guaranteed to be within one inch (1”). The cut able width is quoted as the minimum cut able width plus one inch. For example, a quoted cut able width of 30-31 inches means that 30 inches is the minimum cut able width and that 31 inches is the maximum cut able width.
Body-Size Tubular Styles – Some body-size styles are quoted as being a standard width. The body-size tolerance is plus or minus half an inch (+/- 1/2”). For example, a quoted body-size width of 24 inches means that 23.5” is the minimum cut able width and that 24.5” is the maximum cut able width.
Yards are recorded as measured using a machine with a calibrated yardage meter. Measuring the yards on a cutting table is not an acceptable means of measuring fabric yardage.
Yardage is considered accurate if within +/- 1.5% of the total ticket yards on most styles and +/- 3% on ribs and styles containing spandex.
Reasonable consideration will be given to consistent shortages or deviations.
25 yards is the minimum individual roll size.
Individual roll pieces may be lapped rather than re-sewn. The pieces must be sewn together on jumbo rolls and Prepared-For-Print (PFP) rolls.
The number of splices or seams per roll are as follows:
Fleece or Terry Fabrics – Two splices or seams per roll. Each spliced piece must be at least five yards.
Prepare-For-Print (PFP) Fabrics – All splices will be sewn. Two seams per 100 yards. Each piece will be at least 25 or 40 yards between seams depending on the greige roll size for that style.
All Other Fabrics - Three splices or seams per roll. Each spliced piece must be at least 10 yards.
Height – This is the short side of the collar and is measured in the center from the inside ridge at the base of the collar to the top edge.
Width – This is measured in the middle of the collar parallel to the longest edge. Because the collar is basically a rib construction, the stretch in this direction is considerable.
Collar and Welt Tolerances
Collars H= +/- 1/4” W= +/- 1/2” Welts H= +/- 1/8”
Written instructions will help to reduce the usage of chemicals and improve health and safety in your company.
Safe and Efficient Chemical Use
Provide easily accessible, simple to understand instructions for chemicals used at your facility. These instructions should provide information on how to handle chemicals, how to deal in case of accidents and how to safely dispose of chemicals. Instructions should at least include information on:
• Identification of the substance
• Use of the substance
• Labelling symbol for chemicals
• Handling and storage, specific use and associated equipment
• Exposure controls/personal protection
• Instructions in case of accident and accidental release measures
• Important health, safety and environmental information
• Disposal instructions
Associated with the implementation of the instructions should be training with the employees. It is important to explain the instructions and to give
This measure will help to avoid accidents, which can have important environmental impacts and facilitate efficient usage of chemicals. A better handling of chemicals will also improve health and safety conditions for the employees.