Atlas Launches New Textile Landing Page
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With over 90 years of experience in light fastness testing, Atlas understands that resistance to the harmful effects of natural sunlight or artificial illumination is critical in the textile industry. www.textiles.atlas-mts.com is easily accessible for customers searching for a light fastness testing solution. The page is a quick resource for equipment and testing services information geared towards meeting the specific needs of the textile industry.
The success of a new fashion collection or home textiles depends on current trends and individual tastes while technical textiles are judged by functionality.
Resistance to the harmful effects of natural sunlight or artificial illumination is critical for all textiles, however.
Since the introduction of the first Xenotest® 150 instrument in 1954 through the recent launch of the Xenotest 220/220+,Atlas continues to work with the global textile industry as a competent and reliable partner.
For further information please visit Atlas at www.textiles.atlas-mts.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATLAS Material Testing Technology GmbH
Atlas is a recognized leader in material testing, offering a complete line of instruments and services for accelerated and natural weathering. The Atlas Consulting Group helps clients develop the best weathering processes for their products, as well as offers education and training courses worldwide. For accelerated laboratory and outdoor testing, Atlas Weathering Services Group has five laboratories and over 20 outdoor exposure sites around the world in a variety of climates, including desert, subtropical, highaltitude and corrosive. Atlas Material Testing Technology is ISO 17025 and ISO 9001:2008 registered. Atlas products are designed and manufactured to conform to international, national and industry standard test methods including ISO, ASTM, DIN, JIS and numerous others.
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