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Alfa Chemistry providing textile testing services

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Mar '20
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Alfa Chemistry is offering textile testing services to textile manufacturers and suppliers. Alfa Chemistry Testing Lab provides testing, analysis and technical support services in pharmaceutical analysis, environmental analysis, consumer product analysis, food analysis and material analysis. The services comply with the international standards.

Alfa Chemistry Testing Lab said that in order to meet the needs of customers in different industries, it had specifically expanded its service scope and started to provide testing services to customers in the textile industry.

Textiles are common daily necessities with a wide range. Textile manufacturers and suppliers must ensure the quality and safety of their products in accordance with the requirements of global regulatory agencies. In order to meet consumer requirements and comply with industry regulations, textile manufacturers and suppliers often need third-party testing organisations to test the physical, chemical, or other properties of textiles.

Alfa Chemistry Testing lab is equipped with a global network of testing experts and analytical equipment including chromatography (HPLC, GC, GC / MS) and atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS, GFA, FIAS). The services provided by Alfa Chemistry Testing lab comply with the standards and regulations of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the International Organisation zation for Standardisation (ISO), the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and other international standards such as those of Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada and Japan.

The range of textile testing provided by Alfa Chemistry, a chemical supplier in New York, includes clothing textiles such as cotton, linen, silk, wool, leather, chemical fibre, and blended, decorative textiles such as carpet, curtain, slipcover, tablecloth, handkerchief, bed linings, and outdoor products, industrial textiles as medical and hygiene textiles, filtration and separation textiles, geotextiles, building and construction textiles, and transport textiles. The company has the capability to test colourfastness properties, physical and chemical properties, Fibre composition analysis, functional testing comprising water resistance test, water absorption, antistatic test, UV test, antibacterial, etc, other properties such as flammability.

"Our testing lab has a professional analysis team and advanced instruments. We can provide textile testing service to customers worldwide to ensure the quality and safety of their products. And we have the ability to provide customers with the most accurate test results in the shortest time," said Brenda Randy, the marketing manager of Alfa Chemistry.

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