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Mold detection
Project Introduction
Mold is a kind of microorganism that is widely distributed in nature. It exists widely in soil and air. Mold test is an item in the climate environment test, which is used to evaluate the ability of food, products or materials to resist mold erosion. It is the same as general environmental testing. It selects the environmental conditions where the product is most susceptible to mold hazards during actual transportation, storage or use, and uses artificial simulation methods to create the environmental conditions in the laboratory and conduct the test.


Mold detection

Test Range
Daily chemical products, electronic products, disposable sanitary products, plastic materials, paints and inks, coatings, textiles, leather, etc.
Testing purposes
Mold testing is used to determine:
(1) Whether the product, equipment or components are moldy;
(2) The growth rate of mold on products and equipment;
(3) The impact of mold growth on products and equipment on the equipment, task completion and use safety;
(4) Whether the equipment can be effectively stored in the environment;
(5) If mold grows, is there a simple way to remove it?
Mold testing is the most effective means to ensure that designed and manufactured products and equipment meet mold prevention requirements. Although mold-resistant materials have been considered during design, it is often impossible to completely avoid mold growth, and mold tests must be conducted to check whether they actually meet the requirements. For products that are still in the development process, the results of the mold test can be used as a basis for improving the mold-resistant design of the product. For products that are designed and finalized, the mold test can be used as a basis for whether the product meets the design requirements and can pass the design and finalization. Of course, it can also It can provide information for future improved designs.
In order to determine the ability of a product to resist mold corrosion, a test method must be developed that is similar to actual working conditions and can judge the corrosion effect of mold and give a correct evaluation. Provide a basis for product material selection, structure and design to ensure that the product can operate safely and reliably in climate environments where a large amount of mold exists.
Test items
Antibacterial performance, antibacterial effect, antibacterial performance, antimicrobial activity, antifungal evaluation, antifungal performance, antimicrobial activity, culture medium improvement experimental testing, mold disinfection effect testing, etc.
Test process
1. Send samples (or come to collect samples)
2. Free initial inspection (no charge)
3. Make a quotation based on the complexity of the experiment.
4. Both parties confirm, sign a confidentiality agreement, and start the experiment
5. Complete the experiment
6. Mail the test report and provide post-service.
Reference test standards
AATCC 100-2004 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of finished antibacterial fabrics
AATCC 147-2004 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of fabrics
JIs L 1902:2008 Test method for antibacterial properties of textiles
GB/T 20944.1-2007 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 1 Agar diffusion method
GB/T 20944.2-2007 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 2 Absorption method
GB/T 20944.3-2008 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 3 Oscillation method
GB/T 20944.3-2008 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 3 Oscillation method
FZ/T 73023-2006 Antibacterial knitwear
QB/T 2881-2013 Antibacterial technical conditions for footwear insoles and lining materials
ISO 20743:2013 Test method for antibacterial performance of fabrics Compound microbial fertilizer
NY/T 798-2004
FZ/T 62015-2009 Antibacterial towel
ASTM E 2149-2010 Standard Test Method for Determination of Antimicrobial Activity of Immobilized Antimicrobial Agents Under Dynamic Contact Conditions
ATCC 174-1998 (2007) Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity of Carpets
GB/T 23164-2008 Determination of antimicrobial activity of carpets
SH/T 2162-2008 Inspection regulations for chitosan antibacterial cotton textiles
AATCC 30-2013 Evaluation of antifungal properties of fabrics Inhibition of fabric mildew
GB/T 24346-2009 Evaluation of anti-mildew properties of textiles
FZ/T 60030-2009 Test method for mildew resistance of household textiles
AATCC 174-1998(2007) Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity of Carpets
GB/T 23164-2008 Determination of antimicrobial activity of carpets
GB/T 24253-2009 Evaluation of anti-mite performance of textiles
FZ/T 62012-2009 Anti-mite bedding

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Mold detection

Mold detection

Detail Information
Product Description

Mold detection
Project Introduction
Mold is a kind of microorganism that is widely distributed in nature. It exists widely in soil and air. Mold test is an item in the climate environment test, which is used to evaluate the ability of food, products or materials to resist mold erosion. It is the same as general environmental testing. It selects the environmental conditions where the product is most susceptible to mold hazards during actual transportation, storage or use, and uses artificial simulation methods to create the environmental conditions in the laboratory and conduct the test.


Mold detection

Test Range
Daily chemical products, electronic products, disposable sanitary products, plastic materials, paints and inks, coatings, textiles, leather, etc.
Testing purposes
Mold testing is used to determine:
(1) Whether the product, equipment or components are moldy;
(2) The growth rate of mold on products and equipment;
(3) The impact of mold growth on products and equipment on the equipment, task completion and use safety;
(4) Whether the equipment can be effectively stored in the environment;
(5) If mold grows, is there a simple way to remove it?
Mold testing is the most effective means to ensure that designed and manufactured products and equipment meet mold prevention requirements. Although mold-resistant materials have been considered during design, it is often impossible to completely avoid mold growth, and mold tests must be conducted to check whether they actually meet the requirements. For products that are still in the development process, the results of the mold test can be used as a basis for improving the mold-resistant design of the product. For products that are designed and finalized, the mold test can be used as a basis for whether the product meets the design requirements and can pass the design and finalization. Of course, it can also It can provide information for future improved designs.
In order to determine the ability of a product to resist mold corrosion, a test method must be developed that is similar to actual working conditions and can judge the corrosion effect of mold and give a correct evaluation. Provide a basis for product material selection, structure and design to ensure that the product can operate safely and reliably in climate environments where a large amount of mold exists.
Test items
Antibacterial performance, antibacterial effect, antibacterial performance, antimicrobial activity, antifungal evaluation, antifungal performance, antimicrobial activity, culture medium improvement experimental testing, mold disinfection effect testing, etc.
Test process
1. Send samples (or come to collect samples)
2. Free initial inspection (no charge)
3. Make a quotation based on the complexity of the experiment.
4. Both parties confirm, sign a confidentiality agreement, and start the experiment
5. Complete the experiment
6. Mail the test report and provide post-service.
Reference test standards
AATCC 100-2004 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of finished antibacterial fabrics
AATCC 147-2004 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of fabrics
JIs L 1902:2008 Test method for antibacterial properties of textiles
GB/T 20944.1-2007 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 1 Agar diffusion method
GB/T 20944.2-2007 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 2 Absorption method
GB/T 20944.3-2008 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 3 Oscillation method
GB/T 20944.3-2008 Evaluation of antibacterial properties of textiles Part 3 Oscillation method
FZ/T 73023-2006 Antibacterial knitwear
QB/T 2881-2013 Antibacterial technical conditions for footwear insoles and lining materials
ISO 20743:2013 Test method for antibacterial performance of fabrics Compound microbial fertilizer
NY/T 798-2004
FZ/T 62015-2009 Antibacterial towel
ASTM E 2149-2010 Standard Test Method for Determination of Antimicrobial Activity of Immobilized Antimicrobial Agents Under Dynamic Contact Conditions
ATCC 174-1998 (2007) Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity of Carpets
GB/T 23164-2008 Determination of antimicrobial activity of carpets
SH/T 2162-2008 Inspection regulations for chitosan antibacterial cotton textiles
AATCC 30-2013 Evaluation of antifungal properties of fabrics Inhibition of fabric mildew
GB/T 24346-2009 Evaluation of anti-mildew properties of textiles
FZ/T 60030-2009 Test method for mildew resistance of household textiles
AATCC 174-1998(2007) Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity of Carpets
GB/T 23164-2008 Determination of antimicrobial activity of carpets
GB/T 24253-2009 Evaluation of anti-mite performance of textiles
FZ/T 62012-2009 Anti-mite bedding