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AS 2622:2019 pdf free.Textile products – Fibre contentI labelling
The fllowing components shall not be considered in determining the fibre content of made-up products:
(a) Wearing apparel and household textiles
Any items applied by embroidery, overlay, applique or other methods of attachment including basques, belting, binding, braids, buttons, collars, cuffs, gussets, labels, interlinings, padding,sewing threads, slide fasteners, tapes, elastic, ribbons and decorative trim.
(b) Carpets and other floorcoverings
Backing, unless such backing has the same fibre content as the pile.When supplied as separate items, the items above shall be labelled according to the requirements of this standard.
The fllowing shall apply:
(a) Textile products manufactured from more than one type of fibre For textile products which have been manufactured from more than one type of fibre, the differences between the percentages stated on the label and those determined using the specified methods of measurement shall be not greater than 5 % of the total mass of the fibres from which the product has been made. See the example below for acceptable differences.
(b) Technical grounds and decorative effect
A textile product shall contain a cumulative maximum of 5 % by weight of fibres other than those stated on the label provided their addition can be justified on technical grounds (e.g. elastane in cuffs , socks, welts, hems) or as decorative effect (e.g. metallic thread).
The fibre content of pile fabrics and of textile products manufactured from them shall be stated on the label either to show the total fibre content or the fibre content of the pile and base separately as shown in Examples 8.1 and 9.1 using Method A or Examples 8.2 and 9.2 using Method B. For carpets, see Clause 5.3(b).
Where a product (e.g. a pillow, quilted material or quilted jacket) contains textile fibre fllings, the fibre content of such fillings shall be stated separately on the label as shown in Example 10.1 using Method A or Example 10.2 using Method B, see Clause 5.2.AS 2622 pdf free download.

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