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Werner Mathis to show SmartScan at ITMA 2015
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Sep '15
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Switzerland based Werner Mathis AG will display its products from the dyeing manufacturing division, along with SmartScan at hall 14, stand C105, at the forthcoming ITMA textile machinery exhibition in Milan from November 12-19, 2015.
 
Mathis SmartScan is a novel system for the objective assessment of colour fastness values. It is a scanner-based instrument which accurately and reproducibly measures colour fastness values, such as fastness to washing, to water, to rubbing etc. “Since it is a digital system, its values are objective and independent of the user – unlike subjective measurements of fastness values under a light booth,” the company said in a statement.
 
SmartScan can grade colour changes and colour staining of any fastness test equivalent to ISO 105-A04 and A05. Optionally, it is also possible to evaluate light fastness tests according to the 8-step blue wool standard (ISO 105-B02).
 
As a test method, SmartScan is accredited according to ISO 17025 as equivalent to a spectrophotometric evaluation. It may also be used to assess the colour differences of each individual colour in multi-coloured prints.
 
In addition to SmartScan, Mathis would also display products from Labomat – a continuous ribbon dyeing and finishing installation, steamers, a continuous lab coating range as well as the very successful Smart Liquor for the spectrophotometric analysis of the dyebath. It will also showcase different test equipment at its booth. (RKS)
 

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