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AATCC 30 - Antimicrobial Textile Test

Antifungal Activity - Antimicrobial Assessment on Textile Materials

The two purposes of this antimicrobial test method (AATCC 30) are to determine the susceptibility of the textile materials to mildew and rot and to evaluate the antimicrobial efficacy of fungicides on textile materials. Accugen Laboratories provides quality textile testing services according to the standardized antimicrobial textile testing procedures.

AATCC 100 - Antimicrobial Textile Test

Assessment of Antimicrobial Finishes on Textile Materials

This antimicrobial test is a quantitative method (AATCC 100) in which assessment of antibacterial finishes on textile materials (fabric finsihes, etc.) is determined by the degree of antibacterial activity intended in the use of such materials. Accugen's highly educated professionals are thoroughly trained and well versed in microbiological antimicrobial testing procedures for textile testing including the AATCC 100 test method.

AATCC 147 - Antimicrobial Textile Test

Antibacterial Assessment of Textile Materials: Parallel Streak Method - Antimicrobial Testing

The AATCC Test Method 147 is a qualitative antimicrobial test used to detect baceteriostatic activity on textile materials. This antimicrobial testing method is useful for obtaining a rough estimate of activity by the size of the zone of inhibition and the narrowing of the streaks caused by the presence of the antimicrobial agent permitting an estimate of the residual antimicrobial activity after multiple washings. Call Accugen Labs, Inc. today to receive an estimate for antimicrobial textile testing using the AATCC 147 test method and the various other textile testing services we provide. (800) 282-7102

AATCC 174 - Antimicrobial Test

New Carpet Materials - Antimicrobial Testing

This antimicrobial testing method (AATCC 174) is designed to determine the antimicrobial activity of new carpet materials.

  • AATCC 174 Part One

    This antimicrobial test determines qualitative antibacterial activity of carpet against Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumoniae.

  • AATCC 174 Part Two

    This antimicrobial test determines quantitative antibacterial activity of carpet against Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumoniae.

  • AATCC 174 Part Three

    This antimicrobial test determines quantitative antifungal activity of carpet when challenged with Aspergillus niger. This antimicrobial testing method may also be used to evaluate the effect of a cleaning process on the antimicrobial resistance of carpets.

JIS Z 2801 - Antimicrobial Test

Japanese Industrial Standard - Antimicrobial Testing

Antimicrobial testing of antimicrobial activity and efficacy for antimicrobial products

ASTM C1338 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Test Method (ASTM C 1338) for Determining Fungi Resistance of Insulation Materials and Facings

This antimicrobial test method (ASTM C1338) covers the determination of the ability of new insulation materials and their facings to support fungal growth.

ASTM D932 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Testing Method (ASTM D 932) for Iron Bacteria in Water and Water-formed deposits.

In this antimicrobial test, the test method covers the determination of iron bacteria by examination under the microscope.

ASTM D2020 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Testing Methods (ASTM D 2020) for Mildew (fungus) Resistance of Paper and Paperboard

These antimicrobial testing methods cover the qualitative determination of mildew (fungus) resistance of paper and paperboard, particularly those tyopes which have been given a fungus resistant treatment.

ASTM D3273 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Testing Method (ASTM D 3273) for Resistance to mold on the surface of interior coatings in an environmental chamber

This antimicrobial testing method (ASTM D3273) describes a small environmental chamber and the conditions of operation to evaluate reproducibly in a four (4) week period, the relative resistance of paint films to surface mold, fungi, mildew growth in a severe interior environment.

ASTM D4300 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Testing Method for Ability of Adhesive Films to Support or Resist the Growth of Fungi

These antimicrobial testing methods (ASTM D 4300) test the ability of adhesive films to inhibit or support the growth of selected fungal species growing on agar plates by providing means of testing the films on two agar substrates, one of which promotes microbial growth, while the other does not.

ASTM D5590 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Testing Method (ASTM D 5590) for Determining the Resistance of Paint Films and related coatings to Fungal Defacement by Accelerated (4) Four-Week Agar Plate Assay: Potato Dextrose or Malt Agar and Nutrient-Salts Agar

This antimicrobial test covers an accelerated method for determining the relative resistance of two or more paints or coating films to fungal growth.

ASTM E1153 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Testing Method (ASTM E 1153) for Efficacy of Sanitizers Recommended for Inanimate Non-Food contact Surfaces

  • This antimicrobial test method is used to evalate the antimicrobial efficacy of sanitizers on precleaned inanimate, nonporous, non-food contact surfaces.
  • Additionally, this antimicrobial testing method may be used to evaluate the antimicrobial efficacy of one-step cleaner / sanitizer formulations recommended for use on lightly soiled, inanimate, nonporous, non-food contact surfaces.

ASTM E2149 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Test Method (ASTM E 2149) for Determining the Antimicrobial Activity of Immobilized Antimicrobial Agents Under Dynamic Contact Conditons

The antimicrobial testing method (ASTM E2149) is designed to evaluate the resistance of non-leaching antimicrobial treated specimens to the growth of microbes under dynamic contact conditions.

ASTM E2180 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Antimicrobial Testing Method (ASTM E 2180) for Determining the Activity of Incorporated Antimicrobial Agents in Polymeric or Hydrophobic Materials

This antimicrobial test method (ASTM E2180) is designed to evaluate (quantitatively) the antimicrobial effectiveness of agents incorporated or bound into or onto mainly flat (two dimensional) hydrophobic or polymeric surfaces. The antimicrobial testing method, ASTM E 2180, focuses primarily on assessing antibacterial activity; however, other microorganisms such as yeast and fungal conidia may be tested using this antimicrobial test method.

ASTM E2315 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Guide for Assessment of Antimicrobial Activity Using a Time-Kill (Kill-Time, Time Kill, Kill Time) Study Procedure

ASTM G21 - Antimicrobial Test

Standard Practice for Determining Resistance of Synthetic Polymeric Materials to Fungi

USP 51 - Antimicrobial Effectiveness Testing

USP <51> - Antimicrobial Efficacy Test

Antimicrobial preservatives are added in the products to protect them from microbial contamination.
Antimicrobial efficacy test evaluates the effectiveness of an antimicrobial preservative.

USP 1227 - Neutralization validation

Test method (USP <1227>) to Evaluate Method to Neutralize the Antimicrobial Properties of a Product

This antimicrobial testing method is used to evaluate the methods to neutralize the antimicobial properties of a product prior to estimating the number of viable microorganisms. The purpose of the antimicrobial test is to ensure the validity of the test results. For Antimicrobial effectiveness test and other microbial recovery tests call Accugen at 800-282-7102

Minimum Inhibitory Concentration Test - MIC Testing

Zone of Inhibition / Kirby-Bauer

This is the disc diffusion method (ZOI, Kirby Bauer)

Used to demonstrate activity / potency of antimicrobials or antibiotics by measuring the zone of inhibition against specified microorganisms. The test is applicable for materials treated with an antimicrobial agent that leaches out of the material.


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Last Updated: 12/19/2017


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