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FTTS-FA-016 Charcoal Contained Filler Fiber Textiles for Warmth Retention
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FTTS-FA-016
FTTS-FA-016 Charcoal Contained Filler Fiber Textiles for Warmth Retention

FTTS-FA-016
Charcoal Containing Filler Fiber Textiles for Warmth Retention

Scope

This criterion is applicable to the evaluation and testing of products that use charcoal containing filler fiber textiles for warmth retention as a major feature, including various bedding products such as quilts, pillows and quilted bedspreads as well as various clothing products such as quilted jackets and quilted pants.

Note: The applicant must also provide a non charcoal containing filler fiber as the control specimen. The grade, composition and structure of the control specimen must be the same as those of the test specimen.

Terminology:

“Charcoal containing filler fiber textiles for warmth retention” refer to the products that claim warmth retaining effects through the incorporation of charcoal containing synthetic fibers as fillers, including various bedding products such as quilts, pillows and quilted bedspreads as well as various clothing products such as quilted jackets and quilted pants.

Performance specification

Qualified products under this criterion are classified into two types:

Type A:
Charcoal containing filler fiber textiles that meet the qualification requirements (as outlined in Table-1) for Far Infrared Features.

Table-1. Qualification requirements for charcoal containing filler fiber textiles that claim Far Infrared effects

Evaluation

Qualification Requirements

Qualitative Analysis of Charcoal Content

Treat the fiber specimen based on CNS 2339 L3050 (Method of Test for Mixing Ration of Fibers Mixtures). Dissolve the synthetic components of the fiber. Collect the insoluble objects and observe them via SEM-EDX or micro-Raman spectroscopy; we shall be able to find the element carbon.

Far Infrared Features

Far Infrared Spectral Emissivity

The stable average emissivity of light waves with the wavelength of 2~ 22Mm is not less than 0.80 as measured by Far Infrared spectrophotometer.

Temperature Increasing Feature

Difference in temperature between the test specimen and the control specimen is not less than 2 degrees Celsius.

Must meet all requirements outlined above

Type A+:
Charcoal containing filler fiber textiles that meet the qualification requirements (as outlined in Table-2) for Far Infrared Features warmth retaining features.

Table-2. Qualification requirements for charcoal- containing filler fiber textiles that claim Far Infrared effects and warmth retaining effects

Evaluation
Qualification Requirements

Qualitative Analysis of Charcoal Content

Treat the fiber specimen based on CNS 2339 L 3050 (Method of Test for Mixing Ration of Fibers Mixtures). Dissolve the synthetic components of the fiber. Collect the insoluble objects and observe them via SEM-EDX or micro-Raman spectroscopy; we shall be able to find the element carbon.

Far Infrared Features

Far Infrared Spectral Emissivity

The stable average emissivity of light waves with the wavelength of 2~ 22Mm is not less than 0.80 as measured by far infrared spectrophotometer.

Temperature Increasing Feature

Difference in temperature between the test specimen and the control specimen is not less than 2 degrees Celsius.

Warmth retaining Features

Temperature Recorder

Average difference in skin temperature of specific body part while wearing the test specimen as opposed to wearing the control specimen is not less than 0.5degrees Celsius.

Thermograph Monitor Test Must meet all requirements outlined above

 

Referenced Standard:

  • CNS 2339 L3050 Method of Test for Mixing Ration of Fibers Mixtures
  • FTTA-FA-010 Certification Standard for Far Infrared Textiles
 







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