Yarn testing refers to the process of testing and evaluating the physical properties and quality of yarn. Commonly used yarn testing instruments include:
Tensile testing machine: used to measure the breaking strength, elongation at break, elastic modulus, initial modulus and other mechanical properties of yarn.
Surface condition tester: used to evaluate the surface properties of the yarn surface such as structure, roughness, and gloss.
Yarn count counter: used to measure the fineness and density of yarn, commonly used are yarn counter and yarn count counter.
Fabric Thickness Tester: Used to measure the thickness and density of fabrics woven from yarns.
Spinning machine: A machine used to process fibers into yarn, including spindles, drafting machines, twisting machines, etc.
Dyeing tester: used to measure dyeing performance such as dyeing effect and color fastness.
In addition to the above tools, there are some other yarn testing instruments, such as:
Packing Density Tester: Used to measure the packing density and crimp of yarn.
Winding tester: It is used to measure the winding performance of yarn, including the winding resistance, winding angle and other indicators.
Textile Abrasion Tester: Used to test the abrasion resistance of fabrics and knitwear.
Color measuring instrument: used to measure the brightness, hue, saturation and other parameters of yarn color to evaluate the color performance of yarn.
The selection and use of yarn testing instrument should be carried out according to the specific test requirements and standard requirements to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the test results.