Tex Mart compliance and quality

Compliance with established standards, practices, industry regulations, and government rules is crucial across all industries. However, in the apparel industry, adhering to recognized production standards is essential to produce high-quality products, meet production goals, and maximize profits. Achieving social compliance in garment factories is challenging and unfortunately not always implemented worldwide, mainly because it can be costly for organizations to comply. Moreover, garment factories are primarily located in developing countries such as China, Bangladesh, and India, where cheap, forced, or child labor often goes unnoticed.

Texmart Australia uses modern technology to perform multiple quality tests on their products.

Texmart Australia boasts a highly qualified and experienced Quality Control team who prioritize the importance of quality and are dedicated to selecting only the finest products for their valued customers. The company is committed to adhering to shipment schedules and fulfilling customers’ current fashion preferences and requirements.
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PANTON CHART

Pantone Inc. has established itself as the leading authority on color, providing color systems that enable accurate communication and selection of colors across various industries. The name PantoneĀ® has become synonymous with the universal language for color communication, recognized worldwide.

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LAB DIPS

Lab dips are fabric samples dyed in a lab to match precise colors. They play a vital role in textile production, especially in the garment sector. Lab dips guarantee that the fabric's color meets customer expectations and maintains consistency throughout production.

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COLOR MATCHING BOX AND COLOR LIGHT BOX

The use of a color light box helps ensure color consistency by aiding in the matching of products across various lighting conditions. Metamerism, a phenomenon in which product colors appear differently in different lighting conditions, can be mitigated through this process.

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FABRICS CUTTER FOR GSM

A GSM cutter is a valuable tool for accurately measuring the fabric GSM. Fabric GSM is a critical fabric characteristic that determines both fabric quality and cost. The cutter can be utilized for cutting fabric specimens of any type, facilitating the assessment of fabric weight.

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FABRICS SHRINKAGE

Shrinkage is a phenomenon where a fabric undergoes a reduction in size, typically after being laundered. Cotton fabrics are often plagued by two issues, namely shrinkage and creasing, which tend to occur during repeated washes.

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BUTTON PULL TEST

The Button Pull Test is a procedure employed in the apparel industry to assess the pulling strength of buttons and snaps used in clothing. Additionally, it is utilized to measure the holding or breaking strength of snap fasteners with prong rings that are attached to garments to guarantee that buttons are securely fixed onto clothing item.

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LAB TEST

Textile lab tests are conducted to evaluate various properties and characteristics of textiles, fabrics, and related materials. These tests help ensure that the textiles meet the required standards and specifications for their intended use.

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DIGITAL PRINTING

Textile digital printing, also known as digital textile printing or direct-to-fabric printing, is a modern printing method that allows designs and patterns to be directly printed onto fabrics using digital technology.

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WASHING

when subjected to washing cycles. These tests simulate the effects of repeated washing and evaluate factors such as colorfastness, dimensional stability, fabric strength, and appearance retention. Here are some common textile washing tests:

Chemical Tests:

  • Color fastness to chlorine & non-chlorine bleach
  • Nickel spot test
  • Color fastness to washing
  • Dimensional Stability to Washing
  • Appearance after Laundering
  • Washing fastness test
  • Chlorine Bleaching
  • Wicking test
  • Flammability test
  • Zipper strength
  • Slider pull off strength, puller attachment strength test

Different Types of Printing in the Textile Industry:

  • Screen printing
  • Block printing
  • Roller printing
  • Digital Printing / Ink-jet printing
  • Rubber print
  • Foil print
  • Hidden city print
  • Electrostatic Printing
  • Photographic Printing
  • Pigment Printing
  • Blotch Printing
  • Discharge Printing

Wet Washing Process:

  • Normal wash or Detergent wash
  • Pigment wash
  • Enzyme wash
  • Stone wash
  • Bleach wash
  • Enzyme-stone wash
  • Bleach-stone wash
  • Acid wash

Dry Wash Process:

  • Sand blasting
  • Whisking or wrinkling
  • Hand scrapping Wet Washing Process
  • Normal wash or Detergent wash
  • Pigment wash
  • Enzyme wash
  • Stone wash
  • Bleach wash
  • Enzyme-stone wash
  • Bleach-stone wash
  • Acid wash