Fibre Fineness Tester - Baer Sorter
Used to determining fibre length characteristics including effective length and percentage of short fibre.
- Measure the staple length of cotton fibres.
- Portable model and can be kept at any smart places.
- Manual operation.
- 2.5% and 50% span lengths can be easily derived from the proven method.
- To produce stable diagram up to 50 mm (2 inch) length fibres.
- Sorter diagram can be drawn easily by the supplied accessories.
- Combs are made for the beer alignment of the fibres without damage and breakage.
- Results at par with high volume fibre testing instruments.
- ASTM D 1440 and BS 4044;
- Moisture measuring range available with suitable sensor to meet any individual requirement.
- Different type of detachable moisture measuring electrodes available to meet any individual requirement.
- Finds application in : – Textiles / Agriculture / Food / Paper / Chemical / Wood
- System available with computer interface for lot wise and sort wise data storage.
- Unit is also available with interface to transmit data to PC using wireless communication.
Data transmitted includes :
- Sample no.
- Name of client
- Type of fibre or materials
- Moisture content
- Uses highly stable microprocessor circuit technology to overcome the traditional limitations of measuring moisture by resistance techniques.
Its main features are:
- Digital display
- Measurement in percent regain.
- Internal auto – calibration facility
- Cotton : 3.5 to 20%
- Wool : 10 to 40%
- Jute : 7 to 32%
- Rayon : 7 to 32%
- Staple fibre : 7 to 40%
- Silk : 6 to 30%
- Nylon : 3 to 17%
- Acrylic : 1 to 5%
- Polyester : 0.5 to 2.25%
- Viscose : 3.5 to 29%
To know pH value in garments.
Pick glass with powerful travelling microscope to determine number of threads per inch in warp way (reads per inch) & weft way (picks per inch).
- A greater degree of accuracy in determination of picks and ends.
- Travelling microscope is used for viewing the weave of the fabric under test.
- Picks and ends per unit length can be determined in metric system.
- Magnification: 10x with built in reference line to measure number of threads.
- Four-digit re-settable digital counter registers each increment count.
- IS 1963-1981;