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SDL Atlas Multifiber LW meets M&S C3 standard

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Feb '19
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SDL Atlas Multifiber LW has got the approval of Marks & Spencer for meeting the M&S C3 standard. This means it can be used in M&S Colour Fastness tests in globally accredited laboratories. This is second SDL Atlas’ new line of test materials to be approved by Marks & Spencer for use in testing to their standards, the first being SDL Atlas Abradant Fabric.

SDL Atlas Abradant Fabric is approved for use in meeting M&S Abrasion testing standards.

In addition to the Multifiber LW and Abradant Fabric, SDL Atlas also now directly produces Multifiber DW, Multifiber FA and FAA, detergents, gray scales, blue wool, crocking squares and fabrics, abrasion and pilling testing materials, and phenolic yellowing testing materials. Each lot of test materials produced is thoroughly tested to ensure conformity and consistency from batch to batch and supplied with a Certificate of Conformity stating such. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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