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Significance and Use
5.1 Upon agreement between the purchaser and the supplier, fabrics intended for this end use should meet all of the requirements listed in Table 1 of this performance specification.
5.2 It is recognized that for purposes of fashion or aesthetics the ultimate consumer of articles made from these fabrics may find acceptable fabrics that do not conform to all of the requirements in Table 1. Therefore, one or more of the requirements listed in Table 1 may be modified upon agreement between the purchaser and the supplier.
5.2.1 In such cases, any references to the specification shall specify that. “This fabric meets ASTM Specification D4115 except for the following characteristic(s).”
5.3 Where no prepurchase agreement has been reached between the purchaser and the supplier, and in case of controversy, the requirements listed in Table 1 are intended to be used as a guide only. As noted in 5.2, ultimate consumer demands dictate varying performance parameters for any particular style of fabric.
5.4 The significance and use of particular properties and methods are discussed in the appropriate sections of the specified methods.
1.1 This performance specification covers woven and knitted fabrics comprised of any textile fiber or mixture of fibers to be used in women's and girls' dress gloves.
1.2 This performance specification is not applicable to fabrics used for interlinings and industrial-protective clothing.
1.3 These requirements apply to the length and width directions for those properties where each fabric direction is pertinent.
1.4 The following precautinary statement pertains only to the test methods portion, Section 7, of this performance specification. This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
2. Referenced Documents (purchase separately) The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.
Military StandardMIL-STD-105D Sampling Procedures and Tables for Inspection by Attributes
D123 Terminology Relating to Textiles
D434 Test Method for Resistance to Slippage of Yarns in Woven Fabrics Using a Standard Seam
D1424 Test Method for Tearing Strength of Fabrics by Falling-Pendulum (Elmendorf-Type) Apparatus
D2261 Test Method for Tearing Strength of Fabrics by the Tongue (Single Rip) Procedure (Constant-Rate-of-Extension Tensile Testing Machine)
D2262 Test Method for Tearing Strength of Woven Fabrics by the Tongue (Single Rip) Method (Constant-Rate-of-Traverse Tensile Testing Machine)
D2724 Test Methods for Bonded, Fused, and Laminated Apparel Fabrics
D3786 Test Method for Bursting Strength of Textile Fabrics--Diaphragm Bursting Strength Tester Method
D3787 Test Method for Bursting Strength of Textiles--Constant-Rate-of-Traverse (CRT) Ball Burst Test
D5034 Test Method for Breaking Strength and Elongation of Textile Fabrics (Grab Test)
D7022 Terminology Relating to Apparel
AATCC Test Methods16.3 Colorfastness to Light: Xenon-Arc 116 Colorfastness to Crocking: Rotary Vertical Crockmeter Method 132 Colorfastness to Drycleaning 135 Dimensional Changes of Fabrics after Home Laundering 172 Colorfastness to Powdered Non-chlorine Bleach in Home Laundering 23 Colorfastness to Burnt Gas Fumes 61 Colorfastness to Laundering, Commercial: Accelerated 8 Colorfastness to Crocking: Crockmeter Method
ICS Number Code 61.040 (Headgear. Clothing accessories. Fastening of clothing)
UNSPSC Code 53100000(Clothing)
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ASTM D4115-14, Standard Performance Specification for Women’s and Girls’ Knitted and Woven Dress Glove Fabrics, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2014, www.astm.orgBack to Top