Specified by many major retailers, these products have become the industry standard globally for organisations wishing to guarantee quality.
SDC test materials enable companies to safeguard against the risk of costly claims and litigation before manufacturing takes place and brand value has been added. Crucially, by strict tolerance levels and far-reaching quality control procedures, they help ensure that the end product is manufactured to a consistent and measurable standard where rogue results or drift over time is prevented. This is a vital measure in reducing the potential for consequential loss as a result of misleading test grades.
Whether working with international test houses, providing direct information by e-mail bulletin or delivering technical advice through local distributors, SDC Enterprises aims to bring international standards for colour fastness testing within reach of all within the colouration industry.
Key features of the company's consumables include:
The use of standard master batches for comparative testing of each batch and conformity testing conducted by independent testing authorities (United Kingdom Accreditation Service-accredited laboratories) ensures the closest possible continuity of products over time. This provides end-users with the confidence that rogue results, or result drift over time, cannot occur due to test materials when using SDCE products.
Following on from the inclusion of a security thread in the selvedge of its Multifibre DW Adjacent Fabric, SDC Enterprises has also introduced further product identification in the form of a security hologram.
The hologram enhances confidence in SDCE consumables for end users and testers concerned over imitation materials of inferior quality can further demonstrate that the product they are using is of the highest quality and genuine.
SDC Enterprises introduced a security thread woven into the selvedge of its world-leading Multifibre DW Adjacent Fabric in a bid to protect customer and consumer interests.
Retail brands worldwide are familiar with the threat of inferior quality goods being passed off to consumers as something they are not. Similarly, test consumables not of the highest quality can lead to customer rejection, retailer claims and loss of future business.