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James Heal to show touchscreen systems at ITMA Asia
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Oct '16
UK based manufacturer of textile testing equipments, James Heal is showing for the first time its innovative Touchscreen User Interface (TUI) systems at ITMA Asia in hall 5, stand F16. The company will show its flagship Martindale Abrasion and Pilling Tester, the Impulse Random Tumble Pilling Tester and the GyroWash Colour Fastness Tester.

According to James Heal, the TUI has been designed to dramatically improve the efficiency and productivity of textile testing laboratories by delivering the best in user-intuitive design and functionality.

Visitors to its stall will be able to view demonstrations to familiarise themselves with the software and experience for themselves how simple and intuitive the TUI's are.

The software can also be set to nine different languages including English, Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Hindi, Bengali and Turkish.

The TUI has been undergoing rigorous reliability testing, pushing the software and hardware to its limits to ensure that it stands up to even the most demanding of laboratory environments.

“This process included issuing instruments fitted with the touchscreen user interface to five of the highest-profile and most demanding UK textile testing laboratories for beta testing,” James Heal said.

“The technology performed flawlessly throughout, easily exceeding reliability and beta testing requirements and delivering outstanding feedback from the beta test sites for its performance and reliability,” it observed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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