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Slide 1ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 TC38/SC2/WG3 PT1 ISO 6330 Washing Survey Presented in Tokyo January 2007.

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1 Slide 1ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 TC38/SC2/WG3 PT1 ISO 6330 Washing Survey Presented in Tokyo January 2007

2 Slide 2ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 23 Responses Australia3 France1 Japan5 Korea 3 Poland1 New Zealand1 Portugal1 Sweden2 Switzerland1 UK4 USA1

3 Slide 3ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Machine types used TypesModelsNo. of labs Reference HA Wascator20 Miele2 VAWhirlpool or Kenmore6 Other Cubex/Schulthess2 Various domestic7 Domestic HA Front loading7 Top loading4 VA Central agitator8 Impellor5 OtherPulsator1

4 Slide 4ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Detergents used TypesNo. of labs Reference IEC detergent A9 IEC detergent B8 ECE detergent A13 ECE detergent B11 IEC detergent A*3 AATCC WOB5 Other(s) AATCC and AHAM 3 Domestic10

5 Slide 5ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Ballast types used TypesNo. of labs Woven Cotton/PES9 Knitted PES - 2 layers13 Knitted PES - 4 layers11 Other include: Prewashed denim, Woven PES, 100% Cotton, Mixed garments, IEC ballasts, Terry diapers, Wool or cotton 6

6 Slide 6ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Ballast preferences Would it be preferable to have one ballast type? Yes = 16 No = 7 If one ballast is preferred then which type? PES 2 layers PES 4 layers Cotton/PES Woven PES Cotton No preference 616111616111 Do you see any problems if one ballast type is used? Must be consumer relevant Match shape and size of samples Handling and storage simpler Yes PES in tumble drying Possible effects on shrinkage, durability and appearance in washing. Not consumer relevant i.e. PES

7 Slide 7ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Water What is the approximate temperature of the incoming water? 12 -15 °C Is the incoming water temperature controlled? Yes = 10 No = 14 Temperature ranges 1 Controlled @15°C 3 Controlled @ 20°C 1 Controlled @ 60°C 2 Controlled @ 40°C 1 Controlled @ 15-17°C 1 Controlled @ 20-27°C 1 Controlled @ customer requirements

8 Slide 8ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Wash Cycles CycleNumber of labs 1A 92°C5 2A 60°C10 3A 60°C3 4A 50°C5 5A 40°C19 6A 40°C8 7A 40°C11 8A 30°C6 9A 92°C1 Simulated handwash7

9 Slide 9ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Wash Cycles CycleNumber of labs 1B 70°C0 2B 60°C3 3B 60°C1 4B 50°C1 5B 50°C2 6B 50°C2 (1@40) 7B 40°C3 8B 30°C3 (1@40) 9B 30°C3 Other(s) (please specify): 11 Various other national and retailer cycles

10 Slide 10ISO TC38/SC2/WG3/PT1 Tokyo January 2007 Test methods used MethodNumber of labs ISO 6330 mostly 198418 National14 Retailers9 Others10


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