Textile testing is critical because it ensures quality and can eliminate problems before they occur during manufacturing. Textile testing allows us to easily detect flaws in machinery and materials during textile testing.

Basil Quality Testing Labs is well-equipped with all the latest sophisticated analytical instruments and a team of competent and experienced laboratory technocrats at handling various types of equipment to perform textile testing services.

  • Fabric Testing
  • Garment Testing
  • Home Furnishing
  • Accessories Testing

Textile Industry is vast and has different categories under it but when it comes to Testing methodologies , these are having common checkpoints which are explained below:

Physical Tests
  • GSM Test
  • Bursting strength test
  • Pilling resistance
  • Crease resistance
  • Spiraled test
  • Abrasion resistance of Outsoles
  • Tensile strength test
  • Shrinkage test
  • Button strength test
Chemical Tests
  • Color fastness to heat
  • Color fastness to sea water
  • Color fastness to water spotting
  • Color fastness to perspiration
  • Color fastness to light
  • Color fastness to washing
  • Color fastness to chlorinated water
  • Fiber analysis
  • PH test

Basil provides wide range of testing category. You name it and we have it. Our range of categories are not only limited to the above categories but it’s lot more than that . If you want more information you can connect with us and we are here to serve you with the best of the services.

Standard protocols that we follow:
EU Textile Standards & Regulations
  • REACH (Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals)
  • Regulation (EU) No 1007/2011 on textile fibre names and related labelling and marking of the fibre composition of textile products
  • General Product Safety Directive (2001/95/EC)
  • EU Ecolabel for textile products
USA and Canada Textile Standards & Regulations
  • AATCC 8 Color fastness to Crocking (wet & dry)
  • AATCC 15 Color fastness to Perspiration
  • AATCC 16.3 Option 3 Color fastness to Light
  • AATCC 106 Color fastness to Sea Water
  • AATCC 107 Color fastness to Water
  • AATCC 116 Color fastness to Crocking (rotary)
  • AATCC 135 Dimensional Stability of Fabric for Home Laundering
  • AATCC 150 Dimensional Changes of Garment to Home Laundering
  • AATCC 162 Color fastness to Chlorinated (Pool) Water
  • AATCC 112 Formaldehyde Release from Fabric (quantitative) – sealed jar method
  • AATCC 94-2017 Formaldehyde (spot test)
  • 16 CFR 1610 Flammability of Clothing Textiles
  • 16 CFR 1611 Flammability of Vinyl Plastic Film
  • 16 CFR 1615 & 1616 Flammability of Children’s Sleepwear
  • 16 CFR 1500.51-53 Attachment Strength
  • 16 CFR 423 Care Labelling
  • 16 CFR 303 Fiber Content Label
  • ASTM D 1230 Standard Test Method for Flammability of Apparel Textiles
  • ASTM D 4151 Standard Test Method for Flammability of Blankets
  • Canadian Textile Flammability Regulations (SOR/2016-194) – Bedding Textile
  • Canadian Textile Flammability Regulations (SOR/2016-194) – Non-bedding Textile
  • Canadian Toys Regulations (SOR/2011-17) Item 34, Flammability Requirement of Hair or Mane
  • Canadian Toys Regulations (SOR/2011-17) Item 32, Flammability Requirement of Outer Covering
  • Canadian Toys Regulations (SOR/2011-17) Item 33, Flammability Requirement of Yarn
  • Canadian Toys Regulations (SOR/2011-17) Item 21, Celluloid or Cellulose Nitrate
  • CPSIA Lead Content in Surface Coatings
  • CPSIA Lead Content in Substrates
  • CPSIA Phthalates Content
  • Cross Cut Adhesion – ASTM D3359
  • Polymer Identification – FTIR
Other Standards and Regulations
  • China – GB 18401 testing
  • China – GB 31701 testing
  • CPAI-84 Flammability of Camping Tents

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