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IS 1814 1990,Reaffirmed 2001,HANDLOOM COTTON MOOTUS STRIPED. OR CHECKED SPECIFICATION,First Revision,UDC 677 21 164 2 3. 0 BIS 1990,BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS,MANAK BHAVAN 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG. NEW DELHI 110002,November 1990 Price Group 2,Handloom and Khadi Sectional Committee TXD 8. This Indian Standard First Revision was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards after the. draft finalized by the Handloom and Khadi Sectional Committee had been approved by the. Textile Division Council, This standard was first published in 1961 This standard has been revised in order to overconic.
certain difficulties encountered by the handloom industry in implementation of this standard. Following arc the important changes carried out while revising this standard. a Use of cotton yarn conforming to IS I71 1985 Cotton and cotton regenerated ccllulosic. fibre blended grey yarn third revision has been specified. b Only negative tolerances have been specified on ends dm picks dm and III SS g m to CIISUI C. minimum desirable construction There being no tolr rance on positive side on thcsc. requirements it would provide flexibility to industry to adjust construction of the fabrics. depending upon market demands, c Breaking load requirement has been specified as optional requirement This requirement has. to be enforced in case it is not possible to establish that cotton yarn conforming to. 1S 171 1985 has been used, d Tolerances on length and width have been adopted from the instructions issued by the. Central Government under Trade and Merchandize Marks Act 1958 43 of 1958 as given. in Notification No S O 2937 dated 20 September 1962. For determining the conformity of the cloth to the requirements laid down in this standard a. provision has been incorporated to allow testing of specimens in prevailing atmospheric. condition However in all cases of disputes specimens shall be tested after conditioning in. the standard atmospheric conditions, Provision has been incorporated for agreement between the buyer and the seller with respect. to permissible number of defects in the cloth, For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with the. final value observed or calculated expressing the result of a test or analysis shall bc rounded o. in accordance with IS 2 1960 Rules for rounding off numerical values revised The number. of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified. value in this standard,IS 1814 1990,hdian Standard.
HANDLOOM COTTON MOOTUS STRIPED,OR CHECKED SPECIFICATION. First Revision, 1 SCOPE 5 1 1 Howcvcr breaking load rcquircmcnt shall. be an optional requirement It shall be enforced, 1 1 This standard prescribes constructional only when conformance of cotton yarn to the. particulars and other requirements for four requirements specified in 1s 171 1985 is not. varieties of handloom cotton rnootus striped or known. 5 2 The cloth shall also conforin to the rcquire,1 2 This standard dots not specify the general. ments specified in Table 2,ippcarance feel finish etc.
5 3 The cloth shall bc woven in plain ca c,2 REFERENCES. 2 1 The Indian Standards listed at Annex A are 5 4 Dimensions. necessary adjuncts to this standard,Length and width of the cloth when determined. 3 ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS FOR in accordance with IS 1954 1969 shall be as. 1 ESTLNG agreed to between the buyer and the seller or as. 3 1 Test specimens may be conditioned and declared by the seller subject to the tolerances. tested in the prevailing atmosphere for determin specified in the Government of India Ministry of. ing the conformity of the cloth to this standard Commerce and Industry Notification No. However in all cases of disputes specimens shall S O 2937 dated 20 September 1962 issued under. be conditioned and tested in the standard Trade and Merchandise Marks Act I958 43 of. atmosphere as specified in the referred Indian 1958 spe Annex B. Standards on test methods,5 5 In order to illustrate or specify the indeter. 4 YARN minable characteristics such as general appea. rance lustre feel and shade a sample has been, 4 1 The cotton yarn used shall conform to the agreed upon and sealed the supply shall be in. requirements specified in IS 171 1985 conformity with the sample in such respects. 5 REQUIREMENTS,5 5 1 The custody of the sealed sample shall bc.
5 1 The cloth shall confc rm to the requirements a matter of prior agreement between the buyer. specified in Table 1 and the seller, Table 1 Constructional Particulars and Breaking Load Requirements for Handloom. Cotton Mootus Striped or Checked,Clause 5 1, Variety Count of Yarn for guidance only Ends dm Picks dm Mass g m2 Breaking Load in. No Universal Count Cotton Count Newton,W311 Weft Warp Weft. 1 10 tex 60s 15 tex 40s 410 390 105 220 280,2 10 tex 60s 15 tex 40s 380 360 90 200 250. 3 7 5 tex 80s 7 5 tex 80s 520 490 75 220 200,4 7 5 tex 80s 7 5 tex 80s 470 460 70 200 1X0.
I olerance 5 5 5 5 on average,percent value and 15 on. individual reading,Mcthodof IS 1963 1981 IS 1964 1970 IS 1969 1985. Test or Annex D,IS 1814 1990, Table 2 Other Requirements for Handloom Cotton Mootus Striped or Checked. Clause 5 2,Characteristics Method of I cst,1 Dimensional change percent Max 4 JS 2977 IOX. 2 Seoul ing loss percent Max 5 IS 1383 I977, 3 pH value of the acqueous extract 6 0 to 8 5 IS 1390 1983.
4 Colour fastness,a Light 4 or better IS 686 1985,IS 24 198 5. b Washing Test 4 1s 765 1977,i Change in colour 4 or bztter. ii Staining on fabric 4 or better,c Bleaching 1s 762 1988. i Change in colour 4 or better,ii Stain ng on fabric 4 or bztter. d Perspiration IS 971 1983,i Chmge in colour 4 or bettel.
ii Staining on fabric 4 or better, 6 INSPECTION Table 3 Sample Size and Permissible Number. of Non Conforming Pieces,6 1 The cloth when visually inspected should be. free from the major flaws listed at Annex C Clause 7 3. 6 1 1 The number of permissible major flaws per Lot Size Sample Permissible Number Sub. umt length in the cloth shall be as agreed to Size of Non Conforming Sample. between the buyer and the seller Pieces size,6 2 For details of the flaws mentioned in 6 1 a. up to 25 3 0 2,reference may be made to IS 4125 1987. 26 to 50 5 0 2,7 SAMPLING 51 to 150 8 0 3,151 to 300 13 1 3.
7 1 Lot 301 to 500 20 1 5, The quantity of the cloth of the same variety 501 to 1000 32 2 5. delivered to one buyer against one despatch note 1 001 and above 50 3 8. shall constitute a lot,7 2 The conformity of lhe lot to the various. requirements specified in the standard shall be 8 1 The cloth shall be suitably marled with the. determined on the basis of tests carried out on following information. the samples selected from the lot,a Name of the material and variety No. 7 3 Unless otherwise agreed the number of b Length m and width cm and. pieces selected at random for inspection shall be c Indication of the source of manufacture. in accordance with Table 3,8 1 1 The cloth may also bc marked with the. Standard Mark,7 3 1 For selection of samples at random from.
the lot procedure given in IS 4905 1968 may,be followed. 9 1 Unless othcrwisc agreed upon by the buyer, 7 4 Number of Samples and Criteria for Conformity and the seller the cloth shall bc prclerably packed. in bales or cases in conformity with the procedure. 11 shall be as follows laid down in IS 1347 1972 or IS 293 1980. Characteristics Number of Samples Criteria for Conformity. Ends picks mass length width According to co1 2 of Number of non conforming pieces. and visual inspection Table 3 shall not exceed the correspond. ing number given in co1 3, Dimensional change colour According to co1 4 of All the test pieces shall meet the. fastness scouring loss pH value Table 3 requirement. and breaking load,IS 1814 1990,LIST OF REFERRED INDIAN STANDARDS. IS No Tirle IS No Title, 293 1980 Code for seaworthy packaging 1954 1969 Methods for determination of.
of cotton yarn and cloth third length and width of fabrics rst. revision revision, 686 1985 Methods for determination of 1963 1981 Methods for determination ol. colour fastness of textile materi threads per unit length in woven. als to daylight first revision fabrics secontl revision. 763 1988 Method for determination of 1964 1970 Methods for determination of. colour fastness of textile materi weight per square metre and. als to bleaching first revision weight per linear metre of fabrics. 765 1979 Method for determination of jirst revision. colour fastness of textile materi 1969 1985 Methods for determination of. als to washing Test 4 secotld breaking load and elongation 01. revision wo en teltilc fabrics sccol rl,971 1983 Method for determination of revision. colour fastness of textile materi,2454 1985 Methods for determination of. als to perspiration first colour fastness of textile materi. als to artificial light xenon, 1347 1972 Inland packaging of cotton cloth lamp first revision. and yarn first revision,2977 1989 Method for determination of.
1383 1977 Methods for determination of dimensional changes of woven. scouring loss in grey and finish fabrics other than wool on. ed cotton textile materials first soaking in water Jirsr revision. 1390 1983 R fethods for determination of 4125 1987 Glossary of terms pertaining to. pH value of aqueous extracts of defects in fabrics first revisioil. textile materials first revision 4905 1968 Methods of random sampling. Clause 5 4, EXTRACTS FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF COMMERCE. AND INDUSTRY TRADE AND MERCHANDISE MARKS NOTIFICATION. NO S 0 2937 DATED 20 SEPTEMBER 1962, B l A trade description of length stamped on grey bleached mercerised or coloured cotton. grey bleached mercerised or coloured cotton piece goods. piece goods,in pieces stamped as of width 102 cm or. in pieces stamped as of length 9 metres and below the stamped width shall not exceed. below the stamped length shall not exceed the actual width at any point by more. the actual length by more than 1 percent 01 than 1 3 cm. the piccc length or 7 5 cm whichever is in pieces stamped as of width over 102 cm. less and up to 152 cm the stamped width shall not,exceed the actual width at any point by. in pieces stamped as of length above 9 more than 1 25 percent of the stamped. metres the stamped length shall not exceed width of the piece and. the actual length by more than 0 6 percent c in pieces stamped as of width I52 cm and. of the piece length or 7 5 cm whichever is above the stamped width shall not exceed. higher the actual width at any point by more,than 1 25 percent of the stamped width of.
Provided that the average length of the pieces in the piece or 2 5 cm whichever is less. question shall not be less than the stamped length. Provided that average width of the piece in, B 2 A trade description of width stamped on question shall not be less than the stamped width. R3 1814 1990,Clause 6 1,LIST OF MAJOR FLAWS, One or more ends missing in the body of the More than two adjacent ends running parallel. material throughout its length more than three broken or missing and extending beyond 10 cm. ends missing at a place and running over 60 cm Noticeable warp or weft float in the body of the. or prominently noticeable double end running fabric. throughout the piece,Noticeable oil or other stain in the fabric. Undressed snarls noticeable over a length exceed, ing 5 percent of the length of the piece Oily weft in the fabric. Smash definitely rupturing the texture of the Prominently noticeable slub. fabric Conspicuous broken pattern, Hole cut or tear Gout due to foreign matter usually lint or waste.
Reed marks prominently noticeable over a length woven into the fabric. exceeding 5 percent of the piece Prominent selvedge defect. Defective or damaged selvedge noticeable over a Significant shading or listing in fabrics ha ing a. length exceeding 5 percent of the length of the gradual change in tone or depth of shade of. piece fabric excluding selvedge or border running, Skewing 01 more than three percen on weft parallel to the selvedge. Weft crack or two or more missing picks across Coloured flecks. the width of the fabric Blurred or dark patch, Warp or weft bar due to the difference in raw Patchy streaky or uneven dyeing. material count twist lustre colour shade or, spacing of adjacent groups of yarns starting Dye bar. mark Fuzzy appearance,METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF MASS OF F ABRIC. D l Cut four specimens of 100 mm X 100 mm dessicator and immediately determine their collec. from a sample Condition all the specimens in tive mass in weighing balance to the nearest. the dessicator charged with saturated solution of milligram. sodium nitrate at 27 2 C for a period of 24, hours Remove all the specimens from the D 2 Calculate mass of fabric in g m.
Standard Mark, The use of the Standard Mark is governed by the provisions of the BZUYWUO I diorl. Strrntltrt tlsAct 1986 and the Rules and Regulations made thereunder The Standard Mark on. products covered by an Indian Standard conveys the assurance that they have been produced. to comply with the requirements of that standard under a well defined system of inspection. testing and quality control which is devised and supervised by BIS and operated . agreed to between the buyer and the seller or as declared by the seller subject to the tolerances specified in the Government of India Ministry of Commerce and Industry Notification No S O 2937 dated 20 September 1962 issued under Trade and Merchandise Marks Act I958 43 of 1958 spe Annex B

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