Spray Rating Tester test is typically conducted according to standardized methods such as AATCC (American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists) Test Method 22 or ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 4920. During the test, the fabric sample is exposed to a controlled spray of water for a specific duration. The amount of water that penetrates the fabric is then evaluated visually or measured using a numerical rating system.

The results obtained from the spray rating test provide valuable information about the fabric’s water repellency or resistance, helping manufacturers and researchers understand the fabric’s suitability for outdoor and protective applications. Higher spray ratings indicate better water repellency and performance in wet conditions.

The spray rating tester is an essential tool for quality control, product development, and research in the textile industry. It allows manufacturers to ensure that their products meet industry standards and customer expectations for water resistance and durability.

Showing all 3 results