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By MSc. Compared to the previous version , this method shows a few changes in the preparation and extraction of the sample and has been technically revised. The most important changes are:. This new updated method will soon be announced as the standard method to detect azo dyes and colorants in order to comply with REACH Annex XVII for various kind of articles or dyed parts of:.

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ISO describes a method to detect the use of certain azo colorants that may not be used in the manufacture or treatment of certain commodities made of textile fibres and that are accessible to reducing agent with and without extraction.

Azo colorants accessible to reducing agent without extraction are those used to colour with pigments or to dye. Azo colorants accessible with extraction are those used to dye man-made fibres with disperse dyes. The following man-made fibres can be dyed with disperse dyes: polyester, polyamide, acetate, triacetate, acrylic and chlorofibre. Check out our FAQs.

Buy this standard. Azo colorants accessible to reducing agent without extraction are those used to colour with pigments or to dye - cellulosic fibres e.

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Limited availibility here! Please insert your email, we will inform immediately after publishing this standard include — discount code. CSN EN ISO Textiles - Methods for determination of certain aromatic amines derived from azo colorants - Part 1: Detection of the use of certain azo colorants accessible with and without extracting the fibres. EN ISO EN ISO Textiles - Methods for determination of certain aromatic amines derived from azo colorants - Part 1: Detection of the use of certain azo colorants accessible with and without extracting the fibres - ISO describes a method to detect the use of certain azo colorants that may not be used in the manufacture or treatment of certain commodities made of textile fibres and that are accessible to reducing agent with and without extraction.

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ISO describes a method to detect the use of certain azo colorants that may not be used in the manufacture or treatment of certain commodities made of textile fibres and that are accessible to reducing agent with and without extraction. Azo colorants accessible to reducing agent without extraction are those used to colour with pigments or to dye. Azo colorants accessible with extraction are those used to dye man-made fibres with disperse dyes. The following man-made fibres can be dyed with disperse dyes: polyester, polyamide, acetate, triacetate, acrylic and chlorofibre. Check out our FAQs. Buy this standard.

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