Used for testing the light heat storage properties of various fabrics and their products. The xenon lamp is used as the irradiation source, and the sample is placed under a certain irradiance at a specified distance. The temperature of the sample increases due to the absorption of light energy. This method is used to measure the photothermal storage properties of textiles.
Used for testing the thermal resistance of all kinds of fabrics under normal conditions and physiological comfort.
Used for all kinds of textile products, including fibers, yarns, fabrics, nonwovens and their products, testing the far infrared properties of textiles by temperature rise test.
Used for all kinds of textile products, including fibers, yarns, fabrics, nonwovens and other products, using the method of far infrared emissivity to determine the far infrared properties.
Used for testing the coolness of pajamas, bedding, cloth and underwear, and can also measure the thermal conductivity.