TESTING THE DURABILITY OF PRINTED GARMENTS WHEN WASHED
For laboratories performing a high volume of fabric tests to assess the impact of repeated washing, DynaWash (pictured) and DynaWash Duo will provide a lifeime of laundering in a fraction of the time.
It is also a sustainable solution as DynaWash offers significant savings in water, energy and CO2 emissions in comparison to traditional washing methods. It also allows retailers to demonstrate the durability of a garment.
Now with the James Heal trouchscreen user interface, the most simple to use controller for textile testing. Designed alongside textile technicians in a working laboratory, this intuitive user interface offers testing which is simple to set up.
New DynaWash Duo
New to the James Heal range, the DynaWash Due has an integrated spinner with a safety interlocked lid which allows the user to rinse and extract excess water from samples without having to move them across the laboratory to a different instrument.
The spinner, which has an automatic drain function, is mounted on springs to minimise noise and movement. The spin time is displayed on the user interface, but is controlled by a spearate button for ease of use.
Multiple tests can be completed on the DynaWash, including: