Nothing can beat reality when light stability aging testers become important for resisting the forces of nature such as sunlight and heat and humidity: outdoor exposure testing textile UV aging testers conducted in a benchmark outdoor exposure field.
Will apparel and fashion fabrics stay colorfast? Can your industrial and commercial fabrics and textiles stand up to the sun and rain? How long will they stand up to it? Will your new raw material supplier provide the same quality as your previous supplier? Are there changes in the process that might affect the outdoor durability of your products? If you can test it, don't rely on guesswork.
Some textile applications are very demanding. The textile roofing structure at the Denver Airport is an example. Not just for aesthetic reasons, the fabric it uses must withstand years of sun and rain.
Liuchin Technologies serves hundreds of textile manufacturers and textile buyers in a variety of applications, including: apparel fabrics, carpet and floor coverings, military and industrial tent covers, pool covers, curtains, parachutes, automotive interiors, awnings, woven polypropylene bags (FIBC), outdoor furniture, sunscreen, work cloths, and more.
Common light stability tests for apparel and design fabrics are run in the LQ-XD programmable xenon lamp aging chamber, which is recognized by all major standards organizations, including ISO and AATCC. Textiles and fabrics that are intended for long-term, outdoor use need to be tested both in the LQ-XD programmable xenon lamp aging chamber and in the LQ-UV UV degradation aging chamber, which is a good simulation of the outdoor use environment in the laboratory.
Liuchin's UV recession aging chamber simulates the major climatic conditions that degrade various fabrics and textiles, allowing our customers to accurately reproduce potential aging patterns, including
1. fading and discoloration
2. Loss of tensile strength
3. Yellowing of polymers
4. Reduced flame resistance
5. Reduced infrared absorption or reflectivity
QINSUN is a provider of aging testing equipment and services to the textile fabric industry. Anything that is exposed to sunlight, moisture and heat is subject to the destructive forces of nature.