This document specifies a method, using sulfuric acid, to determine the mass percentage of silk, after
removal of non-fibrous matter, in textiles made of mixtures of
— silk
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This document specifies a method, using dimethylformamide, to determine the mass percentage of
acrylic, modacrylic, chlorofibre or elastane, after removal of non-fibrous matter, in textiles made of
mixtures of
— acrylic, certain modacrylics, certain chlorofibres, certain elastane fibres
with
— wool, animal hair, silk, cotton, viscose, cupro, modal, lyocell, polyamide, polyester, polypropylene,
elastomultiester, elastolefin, melamine, polypropylene/polyamide bicomponent, polyacrylate or
glass fibres.
It is not applicable to animal hair, wool and silk dyed with chromium based mordant dyes.
NOTE Dyestuff identification is described in ISO 16373-1.

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This document specifies three permeametric methods for the determination of the fineness of flax fibres.
— Constant flow method, with two compressions, using a test piece of parallel fibres (see Clause 5);
— Simplified constant flow method, with one compression, using a test piece of fibres distributed "at random" (see Clause 6);
— Constant pressure method, with one compression, using a test piece of fibres distributed "at random" (see Clause 7).
This document is applicable to the various forms possible for flax fibres, i.e. long strands, broken strands, all kinds of tow and at all stages of manufacture of these substances.

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This document specifies a method of test for determining the percentage of medullated wool fibres by means of the projection microscope. The method is applicable to woollen and worsted products, at all stages, from raw materials to yarn.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of fibre length distribution parameters (principally mean length, expressed as Hauteur or Barbe, and the coefficient of variation of the measurement) on slivers and rovings made from combed wool or combed synthetic fibres. As the fibres of different chemical structure have different di-electric values, the method is not directly applicable to slivers made up of a blend of wool/synthetic fibres.

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This Standard specifies methods for the identification of some bast fibres (flax, hemp, ramie) using both light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). This document is also applicable to blends of these bast fibres and products made from them.

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This standard specifies a method, by determining the nitrogen content, to calculate the proportion of each component, after the removal of non-fibrous matter, in textiles made of mixtures of - jute with - animal fibres. The animal-fibre component can consist solely of hair or wool, or of any mixtures of the two. This document is not applicable to products in which dyestuffs or finishes contain nitrogen.

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This document specifies the determination of the ratio of nitrogen isotopes in cotton fibres that are used for textile production. It applies not only to cotton textiles but also to raw cotton taken from cotton fields.

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This document specifies three permeametric methods for the determination of the fineness of flax fibres. — Constant flow method, with two compressions, using a test piece of parallel fibres (see Clause 5); — Simplified constant flow method, with one compression, using a test piece of fibres distributed "at random" (see Clause 6); — Constant pressure method, with one compression, using a test piece of fibres distributed "at random" (see Clause 7). This document is applicable to the various forms possible for flax fibres, i.e. long strands, broken strands, all kinds of tow and at all stages of manufacture of these substances.

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This part of ISO 17751 specifies a method for the identification, qualitative, and quantitative analysis of
cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends using light microscopy (LM).
This part of ISO 17751 is applicable to loose fibres, intermediate-products, and final products of
cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends.

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This part of ISO 17751 specifies a method for the identification, qualitative, and quantitative
analysis of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends using scanning electron
microscopy (SEM).
This part of ISO 17751 is applicable to loose fibres, intermediate products, and final products of
cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends.

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ISO 17751-2:2016 specifies a method for the identification, qualitative, and quantitative analysis of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends using scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
ISO 17751-2:2016 is applicable to loose fibres, intermediate products, and final products of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends.

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ISO 17751-1:2016 specifies a method for the identification, qualitative, and quantitative analysis of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends using light microscopy (LM).
ISO 17751-1:2016 is applicable to loose fibres, intermediate-products, and final products of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends.

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ISO 17751-1:2016 specifies a method for the identification, qualitative, and quantitative analysis of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends using light microscopy (LM). ISO 17751-1:2016 is applicable to loose fibres, intermediate-products, and final products of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends.

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ISO 17751-2:2016 specifies a method for the identification, qualitative, and quantitative analysis of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). ISO 17751-2:2016 is applicable to loose fibres, intermediate products, and final products of cashmere, wool, other speciality animal fibres, and their blends.

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This International Standard specifies the procedure and the measurement conditions for the
determination of the wool fibre diameter using a projection microscope.
The method is suitable for wool fibres in any form and also for other fibres of reasonably circular crosssection.
(In the case of dyed, bleached or finished fibres, the diameter might be different from that of
fibres not subjected to such treatments. The estimates of fibre diameter obtained at the various stages
of processing one lot of wool will not necessarily be the same.)

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ISO 137:2015 specifies the procedure and the measurement conditions for the determination of the wool fibre diameter using a projection microscope.
The method is suitable for wool fibres in any form and also for other fibres of reasonably circular cross-section. (In the case of dyed, bleached or finished fibres, the diameter might be different from that of fibres not subjected to such treatments. The estimates of fibre diameter obtained at the various stages of processing one lot of wool will not necessarily be the same.)

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ISO 137:2015 specifies the procedure and the measurement conditions for the determination of the wool fibre diameter using a projection microscope. The method is suitable for wool fibres in any form and also for other fibres of reasonably circular cross-section. (In the case of dyed, bleached or finished fibres, the diameter might be different from that of fibres not subjected to such treatments. The estimates of fibre diameter obtained at the various stages of processing one lot of wool will not necessarily be the same.)

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ISO 18596:2015 specifies a test method for a staple length of dehaired cashmere by a hand-arranging method. ISO 18596:2015 is also applicable to dehaired camel, dehaired yak, etc.

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ISO 1136:2015 specifies a method for the determination of the mean diameter of wool fibres, using an apparatus which passes a current of air through a bundle of fibres. This International Standard is applicable to clean, unmedullated wool fibres dispersed in a uniform, open state. It provides a method particularly suitable for combed slivers. The dichloromethane extractable matter content of the specimen must not exceed 1,0 %. It is applicable to oil-combed slivers after cleaning with an organic solvent. The method described in this International Standard is less accurate for lambswool and for wool which is appreciably medullated (see Annex D) and heavily dyed wool.

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This International Standard specifies a method for determining the dichloromethane-soluble matter in
combed wool sliver. Its use can be extended to wool in other forms.
It should be recognized that extraction with dichloromethane under the prescribed conditions does
not completely remove all the fatty material present in a sample of wool. A further amount, possibly
material of similar character, will usually be extracted by the use of solvents that cause greater swelling
of the wool fibres.
The method is applicable only to 100 % wool products. It can give misleading results if applied to
products in which fibres other than wool are present.

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This International Standard specifies a method of determining the micronaire value of loose disorientated
cotton fibres taken from bales, laps and slivers, or other sources of lint cotton.

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Gives generic names and definitions of natual fibres

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This International Standard gives the generic names and the definitions of the most important natural fibres according to their specific constitution or origin.
An alphabetical list of names in common use is provided, together with the corresponding standardized denominations.

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ISO 18068:2014 specifies a test method to determine the total sugar content in cotton fibres. Spectrophotometry is used as a quantitative determination method, and 3,5-dihydroxytoluene-sulfuric acid solution is used as a colour developer. ISO 18068:2014 is applicable to cotton fibres.

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This International Standard specifies a method for the evaluation of the maturity of loose randomized cotton fibres by measuring the resistance to air flow of a plug of cotton fibres under two prescribed conditions. The method is applicable to cotton taken at random from bales. Laps and slivers or other sources of lint cotton may be tested, however results may differ if fibres are taken from bales.

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ISO 10306:2014 specifies a method for the evaluation of the maturity of loose randomized cotton fibres by measuring the resistance to air flow of a plug of cotton fibres under two prescribed conditions. The method is applicable to cotton taken at random from bales. Laps and slivers or other sources of lint cotton may be tested, however results may differ if fibres are taken from bales.

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ISO 10306:2014 specifies a method for the evaluation of the maturity of loose randomized cotton fibres by measuring the resistance to air flow of a plug of cotton fibres under two prescribed conditions. The method is applicable to cotton taken at random from bales. Laps and slivers or other sources of lint cotton may be tested, however results may differ if fibres are taken from bales.

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EN 16315 specifies requirements for 100 % silk woven fabrics for womenswear, and for silk squares, scarves and ties for men and women, with the test methods for their evaluation.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for 100 % silk woven fabrics for womenswear, and for silk squares, scarves and ties for men and women, with the test methods for their evaluation.

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ISO 2403:2014 specifies a method of determining the micronaire value of loose disorientated cotton fibres taken from bales, laps and slivers, or other sources of lint cotton.

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This International Standard gives the generic names and the definitions of the most important natural fibres according to their specific constitution or origin. An alphabetical list of names in common use is provided, together with the corresponding standardized denominations.

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This International Standard gives the generic names and the definitions of the most important natural fibres according to their specific constitution or origin. An alphabetical list of names in common use is provided, together with the corresponding standardized denominations.

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This International Standard describes a method for evaluating the degree of cotton-fibre stickiness arising from honeydew contamination through detection of sugar by the colour reaction of a specific treated paper.

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The standard describes a manual technique to simulate the tendency of cotton fibres to stick  to textile working surfaces.
Test specimens can be raw cotton fibre  (fibre sampled e.g. from a bale), or opened fibre, slivers, etc.

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This European Standard describes an automatic technique to simulate the tendency of "contaminated" cotton fibres to stick to working surfaces of textile machines (e.g. card clothing, drafting rollers, crush rolls).
Test specimens can be raw cotton fibre  (fibre sampled, e.g. from a bale), or opened fibre, slivers.

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This standard describes an automatic technique to simulate the tendency of "contaminated" cotton fibres to stick to working surfaces of textile machines (e.g. card clothing, drafting rollers, crush rolls).
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The standard describes a manual technique to simulate the tendency of cotton fibres to stick  to textile working surfaces.
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This standard describes an automatic technique to simulate the tendency of "contaminated" cotton fibres to stick to working surfaces of textile machines (e.g. card clothing, drafting rollers, crush rolls).
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This European Standard describes an automatic technique to simulate the tendency of "contaminated" cotton fibres to stick to working surfaces of textile machines (e.g. card clothing, drafting rollers, crush rolls).
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The method is applicable to woolen and worsted products, at all stages, from raw materials to yarn. It utilizes the same apparatus and technique as that described in ISO/R 137. Since the method of preparation and measurements gives a length-biased sample, the result given by this method is an estimate of the length of medullated fibres as a percentage of the total length of all fibres. It cannot be used to estimate the volume of medullation or fibre density.

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The method is applicable to combed slivers processed on the worsted system. For slivers containing two or more fibres of different dielectric constants (for example wool and polyester) and length distributions, the results may not be an accurate reflection of the actual fibre-length distribution of the top.

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The method is applicable to fibres being tested either at a nominal gauge length of zero or at a finite gauge length. It is especially intended to be used with tensile strength test instruments which have been designed for specific use on flat bundles of cotton fibres. It may be used with other tensile strength test instruments if equipped to accomodate the fibre clamps.

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Applicable to wool in the form of worsted drawing slivers and rovings. Definitions of fibre lengths in relation to hauteur and barbe are given. The calculation of the coefficient of variation of both these terms is described. An annex deals with the Schlumberger apparatus for usage to determination the fibre lengths.

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Describes details for packaging and labelling of cotton bales.

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Intended to reduce the innumerable dimensions of cotton bales. Standardization of the dimensions of bales of man-made fibres might be the subject of a future International Standard. Lays down the nominal overall dimensions and the bale density of banded cotton bales. Applicable to the shaping and forming, the transport and opening of the bales. Not applicable to wrapping, banding, and marking of bales.

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As measurements of the degree of wall thickening of the fibres is too laborious for most practical purposes, this method of determination of maturity of cotton fibres is an indirect test. It consists of an appraisal, based on judgment and experience, and is suitable for routine research purposes.

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This method is applicable to fibres taken from raw or partially processed cotton, but not to fibres taken from blends of cotton with other fibres, or to fibres recovered from cotton yarns or fabrics. The main terms are defined.

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Applicable to wool in the form of worsted drawing slivers and rovings. Definitions of fibre lengths in relation to hauteur and barbe are given. The calculation of the coefficient of variation of both these terms is described. An annex deals with the Schlumberger apparatus for usage to determination the fibre lengths.

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