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This one-day course will give you a basic understanding of:
The course will be tailored to meet the needs of your individual organization. You will learn:
Topics covered include:
Anyone involved in the manufacturing, purchasing, testing, and evaluation of textile yarns and sewing threads. This includes laboratory managers and technicians from industry or government textile testing laboratories, as well as those involved with the purchase and use of sewing threads.
Note: An understanding of the application of the test reports and specifications would be useful for purchasing and development personnel, as well as those involved with product certification requirements of ISO/IEC 9002 or QS 9000.
D204 Testing Sewing Threads
D276 Identification of Fibers in Textiles
D629 Quantitative Analysis of Textiles
D861 Tex System for Yarn Density
D1059 Yarn Number by Short Length
D1422 Singles Twist by Untwist Retwist
D1423 Twist in Yarn by Direct Method
D1425 Unevenness of Textile Strands
D1776 Conditioning Textiles for Testing Mechanical Test Methods
D1907 Yarn Number by Skein Method
D2255 Grading Appearance/Spun Yarns
D2256 Tensile Properties/Single Strand
D2257 Extractable Material in Yarn
D2259 Shrinkage of Yarns in Boiling Water or Dry Heat
D2260 Conversion Factor for Equivalent Yarn Numbers
D2497 Man-Made Organic-Base Filament Single Yarns
D2645 Yarns Spun on Cotton or Worsted System
D2654 Moisture Content in Yarn
D5647 Hairiness of Yarn Statistical Methods
Ellen Roaldi is a Senior Technical Consulting Specialist in the Softlines area and has been with Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services for 23 years. In her current position, Ellen is responsible for providing support globally for client initiatives as well as internal operations. This includes training clients and staff in testing theory and methodology, consulting, auditing and advising on technical information, reviewing and authoring procedural/client manuals, interpreting test results, and serving on several industry committees.
Prior to this position, Ellen provided program management services for key clients as well as assisting the regulatory team with interpretations of federal laws. Ellen also provided technical support in the textile laboratory while working previously in operations. Before joining Bureau Veritas, Ellen worked as a Quality Engineer for Talon/Textron, and as a Systems/Quality Engineer at Carborundum.
Ellen holds a Bachelor of Science in Textiles from Philadelphia University (formerly known as the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science). She is a member of the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA), ASTM International, the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC), and the International Bedding and Law Officials (ABFLO). Ellen also serves on the Industry Advisory Board for the Textile Program at the State University College at Buffalo.
ASTM is a world leader in the development of voluntary consensus standards. The 82-volume Annual Book of ASTM Standards contain over 13,000 standards written by 140 ASTM technical committees. The standards referenced in this course were developed by Committee D13 on Textiles. For information on Committee D13, contact Jennifer Rodgers at (610) 832-9694 or go to our D13 technical committee page.