Abstract: This application note introduces the test procedures and methods of testing fabric breaking strength and elongation by GB/T 3923.1-2013, ASTM D5035.11-2019 and ISO13934.1-2013 strip methods, and compares the similarities and differences of the three methods. There are differences among the three methods in gauge length, rate of extension, conditioning and specimen size. This comparison can provide a reference for consumers and enterprises to carry out production quality inspection and control.Summary: Textile tensile property is one of the most common textile performance testing items in textile trade, which is usually expressed by breaking strength and elongation at break. it is used to characterize the strongest strength and the corresponding elongation of the sample when the fabric is stretched until breaking under specified conditions.References: https://www.alfachemic.com/testinglab/applicationnote/comparison-of-test-methods-for-tensile-properties-of-textile-strip-method.html
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