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SDL to introduce six newly redesigned instruments at ITMA
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Sep '15
SDL Atlas will introduce six newly redesigned instruments and display its latest instrument; the CutPro Sample Shredder at ITMA 2015 Show in hall 7 booth H 116.

In addition, the SDL Atlas booth will showcase core products such as the Fabric Touch Tester (FTT), Tinius-Olsen universal testing equipment, Moisture Management Tester and Sweating Guarded Hot Plate.

“We will also be displaying the Hydrostatic Head Tester, PowerTear High Energy Elmendorf, Martindale, Air Permeability Tester and other products,” it said in a press release.

“At SDL Atlas, we always strive to be on the forefront of new and exciting technologies in the textile industry to enhance our comprehensive line of testing equipment,” said SDL Atlas president, Chuck Lane.

“Our research and development team is constantly looking for new ways to provide the best possible testing experiences for our customers,” Lane added.

With offices in the US, UK, Hong Kong and China plus agents serving over 100 countries, SDL Atlas supports its customers with instruments, equipment, consumables, and services anywhere in the world. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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