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Symbol of Quality

We never compromise with the quality, this is the major and vital rule of Jinadasa Holding because we strongly believe that to build a good relationship with customers, to survive with good reputation in this trade, and there is no other way to make the quality goods as per world class standard. Our fabric inspection & lab team is ensured that no garment will ship with minor defect to the customers. To achieve the vision of quality, the FABRIC INSPECTION/LABORATORY DEPARTMENT monotonously managed by accomplished professionals who check each and every lot and conform to the customers recommended restriction. The following test is done by our inspection & lab team to ensure the quality.

Visual inspection ( Fabric defect ) Fabric length & width Color and shade (Shade variation) Weight ( GSM ) Shrinkage Skew ness / Bowing Color fastness Garment/Label Durability

Fabric Inspection
Fabric supplier inspects the fabric before sending the fabric to the fabric. Swing factory receive the reports of the above said check. Factory conducts 4 points inspection system to check the fabric Factory have the four fabric inspection m/c equipped with variable speed control, overhead light, Yard meter counter and over feeds. Factory checks at least 10% - 100% of bulk fabric. Factory evaluate shade deviation against standard color prior to cutting records are available for fabric inspection.

Precondition for inspection & testing Approved LAB DIP/ HANGER (A4Size, Style details, Fabric detailed, Authorized Signature with seal on the Face side) Style Details (Style#, PI#, Po#, Buyer, Cut & Production Factory & Other) Garment Details (GMT type (sketch) / Wash Unwashed/ Print/ EMB & other) Supplier test report (Dimensional Stability (Shrinkage), all type Colour fastness, Skew ness/Bowing, Weight Determination & Other)

4 Point System
In this system, we should inspect at least 10 % - 100% of the total rolls in the shipment. Make sure to select at least one roll or each color way. The defect classification we as follows.

Size Defect 3 inches or less Over 3 inches, but less than 6 Over 6 inches, but less than 9 Over 9 inches

Penalty 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points 4 Points

Result Acceptable

Point 0 < 10 10 > 19 19 > 28 28 >

Grade A B C D

Cut with penal replacement

Rejected

The length of the defect is used to determine the penalty point. Only major defects are considered. No penalty points are assigned to minor defects. (A major defect is any defect that would cause a final garment to be considered a second.) .A Hole carry 4 Point. .4 Point for full width defect (A maximum of 4 points should be charged to one sqy yard. Also, note that only "major" defects are charged.)

Major Defects: Major woven & Knitted fabric defects include but are not limited to Holes, Slubs, Missing yarns, Yarn variation, Broken pick ,Miss pick, Miss end, Soiled yarns, Wrong yarn, Knot, Major dye or printing defects are out of register, Dye spots, Dye Patch, Machine stop, Shade bar , Color out or shading. Minor defects: Crease Mark, Press mark, Crush mark, Fold mark, Dirty mark, Pulling, etc...
A B C D E F Broken Pick Miss Pick Slubs Puling Knot Foreign yarn G H I J K L Dye Patch Hole Crease Mark Thick Place Shade Bare Oil mark M N O P Q R Miss end Stop Mark Dirty Mark Double Pick Pull yarn Fold Mark S T U V W X Stain mark Press mark Crush Mark Knitting Defect Weaving Defect Joint

Acceptance Criterion & Calculation.


.Over 40 points per 100 yards is the Rejected defect rate (Per a Roll) 40%. .Over 28 points per 100 yards is the Rejected defect rate (Per delivery QTY) 28%. Total points per 100sq yds Total Defect 36 X X 100 = Actual length yds Actual Width Inch Example- : Total Yardage received -: 5400 Total Inspected Yds -: 540 Actual Width Inch - : 60 Total penalty points found in the 10% inspection: 250 points Total points per 100sq yds 250 36 x 540 60 x 100 = 27.77

27.77 points per 100 SQ yards grade C (because the allowance is 28 points per 100 SQ yards, this shipment would be acceptable.

Inspection Procedure
1. Determine the amount to inspect percentage (%). (Lot, Batch)
Received Qty Yds
0- 500 501 - 1000 1001 - 2500 2501 - 5000 5001 - 10000 10001 - 20000 20001 - 50000

Inspection Qty Yds


500 Not less than 500 150 - 300 251 - 500 501 - 1000 1001 - 2000 2001 - 5000 5001 >

Percentage%
100% 50% 12% - 14% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10%

2. Select the rolls to inspect.

50001 - >

3. Put the rolls on the inspection machine or other viewing device. 4. Cut off a 6 inch piece across the width off the Start, Middle & end of the roll. Mark the right and left side of the fabric. (Stop the inspection process every 15 yards and use the fabric to check for any shading problems). Also make sure to check the end of the rol1. 5. Inspect for visual defects with the light on at a speed slow enough to find the defects. (The fabric must be checked at a slow rate in order to effectively find flaws). Sometimes you may have to turn the light off to see how a flaw will affect the appearance of a garment. 6. Check that the roll contains the correct yardage & width as stated by the piece goods source. 7. Check for skewed & bowed fabric. 8. Mark any defects to the side with arrow sticker so that they can be easily found and noted. 9. Record any defects fabric inspection report (FIR) (JHFG/R-01 -01)

Shading (Shade segregation)


Shading is an important defect to catch prior to production. The bundler has the responsibility to check for shade problems prior to allowing the bundles to be put into the line. Both rolls and cuts should be checked for shading problems. A 4 inch square swatch from every roll received should be cut. (It is important to obtain a sample from every roll so that the rolls are checked 100%. All samples should be laid out and grouped by shade. This area must be well lit in order to properly shade the rolls. For wash garment swatches are stitched together with patchwork (blanket) and washed according to specification also marked with the above. Each swatch in the blanket has the roll number with the marked unit. Blankets checked by light box. Rolls should be grouped together accordingly by shade. ( Shade segregation card & shade report) (JHFG-R-01-02 / JHFG-R-0103) Light Box -: D-65, CWF, TL 84, UV,

Fabric Shrinkage/Skewness/ Weight


All goods are stored in one pallet. All goods are covered All tests are done before starting the bulk cutting. Tested fabric represents all colors and batches. We ensure the Fabric Shrinkage/Skewness/ Weight prior to going the bulk. (FTR)(JHFG - R-01-04)

Fabric Skewness Test


Place the specimen on flat smooth work surface. Place the specimen Selling Face side up so previous marking are visible and length direction of the specimen runs vertically If using a standard or tape measure the Diagonal lines AC and BD

Diagonal line

- Start at point A measure the diagonal to point C. Record Result as AC - Start at point B measure the diagonal to point D. Record Result as BD

Fabric Skewness
Determine if the specimen has left or right hand skewness ***To avoid confusion over sign use, the word LEFT or RIGHT should be stated on the report.
Left Hand Skew Resultant = ( + ) : BD < AC = Left Resultant = ( + ) : AC > BD = Left Right Hand Skew Resultant = ( - ) : BD > AC = Right Resultant = ( - ) : AC < BD = Right

If AC = BD then 0% Skewness or NO SKEW

Calculation

Skewness is calculated as follows:


%K = 2 (AC BD) X 100 (AC +BD)
WHERE
% K = % SKEWNESS CHANGE AC = DIAGONAL FROM POINTS A to C BD = DIAGONAL FROM POINTS B to D 100 = VALUE MULTIPLIER TO CONVERT RESULTANT INTO % 2 = MATHEMICAL CONSTANT
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Dimension Stability (Shrinkage) Test


Calculation

Average is calculated as follows: A = (G N) N


WHERE
A = AVERAGE G N = INDIVIDUAL VALUE N= TOTAL NUMBER OF READ TAKEN

Shrinkage is calculated as follows:


WHERE

%D = (M1 M2)X100 M1

% D = DIMENSION CHANGE M 1 = MEASUREMENT M 2 = MEASUREMENT

BEFORE WASH AFTER WASH


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100 = VALUE MULTIPLIER TO CONVERT RESULTANT INTO %

Garment/Label Durability
According to buyers requirement we tested Garment/Label Durability Purpose and Scope This test method is for the determination of dimensional changes of garments when subjected to home laundering procedures commonly used by consumers. Four washing temperatures, three agitation cycles, two rinse temperatures and four drying procedures cover the common home care options available to consumers using current laundering machines. The dimensional changes of garments subjected to home laundering care procedures are measured using bench marks placed on designated areas of the garments. Measured dimensional changes may be affected by garment construction, tensions, sewing threads or trims in addition to fabric dimensional change Principle The dimensional changes of garment specimens subjected to home laundering care procedures are measured using bench marks applied to the garment before laundering ( DTR/LTR) (GMT -JHFG-R-01-05/ Label-JHFG-R-01-06)