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Grey Scales

​Grey Scales (Gray Scales) are used for assessing colour change and staining during colour fastness testing. Both scales are used for visual assessment to enable you to specify a rating from 1 to 5, with 5 being 'good' and 1 being 'poor'.

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Grey scales can be used for assessing colour change and staining during colour fastness testing.

The colour change scale consists of nine pairs of grey coloured chips, from grades 1 to 5 (with four half steps). Grade 5 represents no change and grade 1 depicts severe change in some standards.

The staining scale consists of nine pairs of grey and white coloured chips from grades 1 to 5 (with four half steps).

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Manufactured strictly in accordance with ISO 105-AO2 and -AO3

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With both the American and Japanese equivalents, we have all you need for your colour change and staining tests

Used for washing, water, perspiration and light fastness assessment; and staining assessment on undyed adjacent fabrics

Standards

  • AATCC EP1
  • AATCC EP2
  • ISO 105-A02
  • ISO 105-A03

Sizes


  • Grey Scale for assessing Change in Colour ISO 105 A02
  • Grey Scale for assessing Change in Colour JIS (Japanese)
  • Gray Scale for Color Change AATCC
  • Grey Scale for assessing Staining ISO 105 A03
  • Grey Scale for assessing Staining JIS (Japanese)
  • Gray Scale for Staining AATCC