Leather -- Determination of shrinkage temperature
The principle consists in slow heating (2 degrees centigrade/min) of a test piece in water and measurement of the temperature at which a sudden shrinkage occurs. Specification of apparatus including requirements for measurement, test pieces, procedure and test report. The method is applicable to any type of leather with a shrinkage temperature below that boiling water.
A standard is reviewed every 5 years
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