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Atlas unveils latest technology in textile testing

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Feb '10
Atlas Material Testing Technology — a global leader in weathering testing and equipment is excited to introduce the latest technology for accelerated exposure testing of textiles, the Xenotest 220+.

Since the introduction of the first Xenotest 150 in 1954, Atlas has worked with the global textile industry as a competent and reliable partner. The Xenotest 220+ is a product of that cooperation, developed from years of experience and feedback.

The instrument uses an air-cooled xenon light source with a rotating rack. It is equipped with an intuitive, user-optimized control system featuring European and Asian languages. Also available are newly designed easy-insertion sample holders. Ideal for lightfastness testing under standard conditions and for applications such as ISO 105 B02 and AATCC TM16, the Xenotest 220+ addresses the basic needs of the textile industry.

Available in March 2010, users may select from a basic model Xenotest 220 or an enhanced model Xenotest 220+ featuring Atlas XenoTouch software with remote control, E-Mail Service and Online Monitoring add-ons.

ATLAS Material Testing Technology LLC


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