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TESTING, INSPECTION & TECHNICAL SERVICES

 

The Institute at present has got three Technical Cells for providing the services to the Industry. These Cells are working under the leadership of Faculties and generating some funds which is exclusively spent for the recurring expenditure of the Institute. The three basic Cells are as follows :

 

(a)         Testing Services

(b)         Technical/Consultancy Services

(c)         Inspection Services

 

The Cell which is looking after the testing services is basically carrying out the physical and chemical test related to jute and other fibres, yarns, fabrics, etc. by using the state of the art equipment possessed by the Institute in their laboratories. The Cell for the Inspection Division under the able guidance of the Faculties are carrying out the inspection services for jute fabric, jute bags, HDPE bags and cloth, twines and yarns on behalf of different buyers as per the specifications given by the buyer or set by B.I.S.. The Cell functioning under the Technical/Consultancy Services are basically dealing with projects regarding product development, machine auditing, process development etc.

 

(A) Testing Services

 

      Testing services in the following areas are provided;

 

·         Fibre Testing      

·         Yarn Testing

·         Fabric Testing

·         Special Type of testing including testing of Geotextiles

·         Fibres related chemical test   

·         Yarns Related Chemical Testing

·         Cloth(Fabric)/Bags/Made-up related chemical testing  

·         Textile and General Chemicals/Auxiliaries, Dyes and Finishing Agents-Related Tests

·         Technical Services

 

 

  

TEST FEES SCHEDULE

 

PHYSICAL TESTING

 

Code No.

Type of Testing Instrument/Methods Sample Size to be supplied for testing Testing Fee (in Rs.) per sample

Fibre Testing

PF 1(a)

PF1(b)

Bundle Strength (Jute)

Bundle Strength (Cotton)

J.T.R.L. Bundle Strength Tester

Stelometer

20 g.

10 g.

150.00

150.00

PF 2 Single Fibre Strength ZWICK/INSTRON Electronic Strength Tester

10 g.

500.00

 

PF3(a)

Fibre Fineness by air flow

method

Jute

 

J.T.R.L. Fibre Fineness Tester

 

20 g.

 

100.00

PF3(b) Cotton ATIRA Tester

100 g.

200.00

PF 4 Fibre to Fibre Friction Inclined plane friction tester

100 g.

100.00

PF 5 Bulk Density of Jute J.T.R.L Bulk Density Meter

250 g.

100.00

PF6(1)

PF6(2)

Fibre Length (Cotton)

a) Digital Fibrograph
    Spinlab 630
b) Baer Sorter

      K M I

100 g.

10 g.

500.00

400.00

PF 7 Trash Content (Cotton) STATEX Trash Analyzer

250 g.

400.00

PF 8 Moisture Regain (Jute) Goodbrand Rapid Drying Oven

1 kg.

150.00

Yarn   Testing

 

PY 9

 

Count (Tex/Grist/Ne. etc.)  & count CV% Electronic Balance

5 bobbins

 

250.00

 

PY 10(1)

PY 10(2)

 

Twist & Twist CV%

a)  B.T.R.A. Automatic Twist Tester

b) Ordinary Twist Tester c) bobbins

 

,,

250.00

 

250.00

 

PY 11(1)

 

PY 11(2)

 

Yarn Strength

 

Yarn Strength

 

a)  Goodbrand Tensile Tester

b) ZWICK/INSTRON Electronic Strength Tester

 

,,

 

,,

 

200.00

 

500.00

 

PY 12(a)

 

PY 12I

 

Yarn Irregularity

Mass CV%

 

Yarn Irregularity Imperfections & hairiness

 

Cutting and weighing method

 USTER Tester 3

 

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 ,,

 

200.00

 

500.00

 

PY 13 Lea Strength and CSP (Cotton)

 

KML Lea Strength Tester

 

,,

200.00

 

PY 14(1)

PY 14(2)

 

Sliver Irregularity

Sliver Irregularity

 

IJIRA Sliver Irregularity Tester

USTER Tester 3

 

200 m

 

200.00

500.00

 

PY 15 Combined package for yarn testing includes count, twist, strength, irregularity with necessary curves

Sophisticated electronic testing instruments

5 bobbins

1,500.00

PC 15(1)

PC 15(2)

Warp and Weft Density Porter Gauge (Jute)

Pick Counter (Cotton)

1 m2

75.00

75.00

PC 16 Yarn Crimp AKR Crimp Tester 1 m2

75.00

PC 17(1)

PC 17(2)

 

Yarn Count

a)  Beesley Balance (Cotton/Wool/Linen)

b) Manual Method (Jute)

 

1 m2

 

100.00

100.00

PC 18(a)

PC 18(b)

 

 

 

Fabric Weight

(g/m2 or oz/yd2) Fabric/Bag/Stitch dimension

Electronic Balance

1 m2

75.00

 

100.00

PC19(a1)

PC19(a2)

PC19(b1)

 

PC19(c1)

PC19(c2)

Fabric Tensile Strength

Ravelled Strip Method

 

Grab Method/ Ravelled Strip Method

 

 

Seam strength

 

 

Goodbrand Fabric Strength Tester

ZWICK /INSTRON Tensile Tester

ZWICK Electronic Strength Tester

Goodbrand Fabric Strength Tester

,,

 

,,

,,

 

,,

 

 

200.00

 

 

500.00

 

500.00

 

 

200.00

PC 20 Weight of the bag/cloth liner Extraction followed by gravimetric 1 bag

100.00

PC 21 Bone dry weight of fabric Oven dry followed by gravimetric 1 m2

100.00

PC 22 Bursting Strength

Geo-textile

PROLIFIC Bursting Strength Tester

,,

,,

200.00

200.00

PC 23(1)

 

Tearing Strength

 

MAG Automatic Fabric Strength Tester

,,

 

200.00

PC 24 Air Permeability

 

PROLIFIC Air Permeability Tester

,,

 

200.00

 

PC 25 Crease Recovery SASMIRA Crease Recovery Tester

,,

150.00

PC 26 (a)

Fabric Stiffness

(Bending lengths, Flexural rigidity, bending modulus)

SASMIRA Stiffness Tester

,,

250.00

PC 26(b) Fabric Drape B.T.R.A. Drapemeter

,,

250.00

PC 27 Abrasion Resistance

EUREKA Abrasion Tester

(Martindale type)

,,

300.00

PC 28 Pilling Tester EUREKA Pilling Tester

,,

300.00

PC 29 Fabric Thickness PROLIFIC Thickness Meter

100.00

PC 30 Combined package for Bag testing, which includes long dimension, weight, thread density, strength, seam strength  

1,000.00

SPECIAL TYPE OF TESTING

Code No.

Type of Testing Instrument/Methods

Sample Size

Testing Fee (in Rs.) per sample
PS 31 Yarn Fatigue AKR Yarn Fatigue Tester

 

500.00

PS 32 Yarn to Yarn Abrasion AKR Yarn Abrasion Tester

 

500.00

PS 33 Fabric Fatigue AKR Fabric Fatigue Tester

 

500.00

PS 34 Fabric Bending Hysteresis AKR Fabric Bending Hysteresis Tester

 

500.00

PS 35 Fabric Shear Hysteresis AKR Shear Hysteresis Tester

 

500.00

PS 36 Thermal Properties of Fibre DSC 50 (SHIMADZU)

 

500.00

PS 37 Microscopic Analysis of Fibres/Yarns/Fabrics WILD LEITZ M3z Microscope

 

300.00

PS 38

Photo Micrography

(without developing & printing)

WILD LEITZ M3z

Microscope

 

1,000.00

(36 snaps)

GEO-TEXTILES/SAMPLE/ROLLTESTING

Code No. Type of Testing Instrument/Methods Sample Size Testing Fee (in Rs.) per sample
PS 39

 Fabric weight (g/m2)

 Electronic Balance

 2 m2

100.00

PS 40

Fabric Thickness

Associated Instrument Mfc. (I) Pvt. Ltd. (AIMIL) Thickness Tester

 1 m2

100.00

PS 41

Fabric Tensile Strength

a) Grab method (MDxCD)

 

b) Ravelled Strip Method (MDXCD) Wide width

ZWICK/INSTRON on Tensile Tester

Associated Instrument Mfc. (I) Pvt. Ltd. (AIMIL)

 

 1 m2

 

 

  2 m2

 

700.00

 

 

800.00

PS 42

Seam Strength (wide width)

Associated Instrument Mfc. (I) Pvt. Ltd. (AIMIL)

  2 m2

1,000.00

PS 43

Brusting Strength

MAG Engineers

 

 1 m2

200.00

PS 44

Tearing Strength

ZWICK Electronic Strength Tester

 

 1 m2

500.00

PS 45

Apparent opening size (AOS)

a) Dry sieve Shaker Test

 

 

b) Hydrodynamic Sieve Test

 

Associated Instrument Mfc. (I) Pvt. Ltd. (AIMIL) Apparatus

AMIL Hydrodynamic Sieve Test Apparatus

 

 

 

  2 m2

 

  2 m2

 

 

2,000.00

 

2,000.00

PS 46

Water Permeability/Flow rate/Permittivity

AMIL Permeability Tester/BTRA Permeability Tester

 

  3 m2

2,000.00

PS 47

Warp & Weft Density for Geo-textiles

 

a) By Porter gauge (Jute)

b) By Pick Counter (cotton/Blends/Synthetics)

 

  1 m2

 

  1 m2

75.00

 

75.00

PS 48

Puncture

AIMIL Puncture Test Apparatus

 

 

  1 m2

 

500.00

PS 49

Cone Drop (Graduated conical measure)

 

Cone Drops Test Apparatus

  1 m2

500.00

PS 50

Interface frictional Measurement

a) Modified direct shear method

b) Pull out method

 

 

Interface Friction Measurement Apparatus

Direct Shear Apparatus Laboratory

 

 

 

  1 m2

 

   1 m2

 

 

1,500.00

 

1,000.00

PS 51

California Bearing Ratio Test

 

Dry

Wet

AIMIL Laboratory CBR Test Apparatus

 

  2 m2

 

 

1,500.00

2,000.00

PS 52

Soil Permeability Test

AMIL Make Soil Permeability Test Apparatus

 

  2 m2

2,000.00

PS 53

Geo-textiles Testing for 11 parameters including Sl. Nos. PS 39, 40, 41, 45a, 46, 47, 48, 49, PC 22 and width

 

 

 

 

 

8,000.00

CHEMICAL TESTING

Code No.

Type of Testing Instrument/Methods Sample Size Testing Fee (in Rs.) per sample

Fibres related chemical tests

 

CF1

Identification of fibres

(without quantitative estimation)

a)  Burning / microscopy or and solubility(IS-667-81)

b) IR spectroscopy

50–100g

 

50 g

150.00

per fibre

 

 

300.00

per fibre

CF2 Density of a fibre / polymer Standard method

50 g

100.00

CF3 Quantitative estimation of blend proportion in non-jute blended fibre assembly Solubilisation and special methods, if any

200 g

200.00

per fibre

CF4 Quantitative estimation of blend proportion in jute blended fibre assembly(jute/cotton, jute/viscose, jute/wool etc.) Lignin estimation or any other special method

200 g

300.00

per fibre

CF5 Proportion of Manila and Sisal fibre in a rope sample Phloroglucinol staining & mechanical separation

200 g

300.00

per fibre

CF6 Analysis of three main constituents (cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin content) of jute, mesta, flax or any other lignocellulosic fibre TAPPI method

250 g

800.00

CF7

 

CF7A

CF7B

CF7C

CF7D

CF7E

 

CF7F

CF7G

Estimation of individual component in a lignocellulosic fibre (Jute, Mesta,Flax, etc.)

a)  Estimation of lignin only

 

b) Estimation of hemicellulose only

 

c) Estimation of alpha cellulose only

d)  Estimation of N-content only

e)  Estimation of Acetyl content only

 

f)  Estimation of ash only

g) Estimation of fats & waxes only

 

 

TAPPI method

,,

 

,,

 

,,

 

,,

 

,,

,,

 

 

 

 

250 g

,,

,,

,,

,,

,,

,,

 

 

300.00

300.00

300.00

300.00

300.00

 

200.00

 

 

200.00

CF8 Moisture regain/content of fibre/fabric

Oven dry method (IS-199-89)

500 g

150.00

CF9 Total finish on fibre or wax content or benzene/methyl alcohol soluble matters

Soxhlet extraction

200 g

250.00

CF10 Percentage weight loss on any chemical processing

Gravimetric

200 g

300.00

CF11 Estimation of fluidity of cotton

Cuprammonium Hydroxide

200 g

600.00

CF12 Estimation of copper number of jute or cotton etc.

Swalbe-Braidy Method

200 g

600.00

CF13 Carboxylic acid group content of jute or bleached cotton etc.

IS - method

200 g

400.00

CF14 FTIR-spectra of any pure/modified fibre sample

KBr-Pellets of Powdered fibres

50 g

500.00

CF15 Measurement of Brightness/Reflectance/Whiteness/ Colour strength (K/s) value. Total Colour differences (dE, ΔL, Δa and Δb values) etc. Using Computer-aided Reflectance Spectrophotometer System

100g or (100cm. x100cm. sample)

200.00

per para-meter (Rs.100/- extra for graphical results)

Yarns Related Chemical Testing   

CY 1 Quantitative estimation of blend proportion in blended yarns or percentage composition of fibres present in yarns. Solubilisation and special methods, if any

200 g

200.00

per fibre for non-jute blends

300.00

per fibre for jute contain-ing blends

CY 2 Estimation of wool content in shoddy yarn Solubilisation

200 g.

300.00

CY 3 Size content of a yarn (%) Desizing & Weighing

200 g

300.00

CY 4

Chemical Tests for blend proportion regularity

(based on 10 Point cut length tests)

Solubilisation & gravimetric blend analysis

500 g

1,000.00

CY 5 To determine oil content of a jute yarn Soxhlet method

200 g

200.00

CY 6 Colour Fastness to different agencies for dyed yarns Pl. see same Tests for fabrics

Four skeins

Pl. see CC 21A to CC 2II

CY 7 Colour strength (K/s value) Whiteness/Yellowness/bright-ness indixes of blended yarn Pl. see same tests for fabrics

Four skeins

200.00 for each parameter

CY 8 Barium activity number or Methylene absorption value of mercerised cotton yarn Pl. see same tests for fabrics.

250 g.

Pl. see CC 18

CY 9 Lab. Processing trials for yarn for steaming or heat setting (100-250 g) With standard recipe or User’s recipe

500 g.

in hank form

500.00

CY 10 Lab. Trials for Desizing/ Scouring of yarns (100-250 g.) With standard recipe or User’s recipe

500 g.

in hank form

500.00

CY 11 Lab. Trials for Bleaching of yarns (100-250 g.) With standard recipe or User’s recipe

500 g.

in hank form

500.00

CY 12 Lab. Trials for Dyeing of Yarns (100-250 g) With standard recipe or User’s recipe

500 g.

in hank form for one shade %

1,000.00

(for any one shade level)

 

CY 13 Total finish content of any yarn Extraction

200 g

250.00

CY 14 Percentage weight loss on Boiling in water, or boiling in soap solution or alkali solution IS – method

200 g

300.00

CY 15 Boiling Water Shrinkage of yarn or shrinkage in hot/cold water soaking

,,

200 g

200.00

CY 16

Trials on Wollenisation of jute yarns or Chemical texturing of jute blended yarns with or without calculation of weight loss and shrinkage values

Specific Method

500 g

500.00

(+Rs.500.00 extra for determining weight loss and shrin-kage values)

CY 17

Percentage Moisture Content of yarn

Oven dry method

500 g

150.00

CY 18

Relative Colour Strength or K/S value of a dyed yarns

Please see same test for fabrics

Two skeins

Pl. see CC 12

CY 19

Colour difference analysis of a dyed yarn sample against a standard

Please see same test for fabrics.

Two skeins

Pl. see CC 11

Cloth(Fabric)/Bags/Made-Up Related Chemical Testing

CC 1 To determine the bitumen content of laminated jute bags Usual method

One bag or two 12"x24" samples of fabric

200.00

CC 2 Copper content of copper sulphate/rot-proof  finished  jute fabric

,,

500 g.

600.00

CC 3 Oil content of a jute fabric/bag Soxhlet method/Extraction

500 g.

200.00

CC 4 A) Fibre blends proportion in a non-jute fabric

 

200 g.

200.00

per fibre

CC 5

B) Fibre Blend proportion in a jute blended/unionised fabric

 

200 g.

300.00

per fibre

CC 6

Whiteness index

Using reflectance spectro phtometer and computer-aided colour measuring software & CCM

½ mtr

200.00

for each sample

CC 7

Yellowness index

,,

,,

200.00

for each sample

CC 8

A) Brightness index

 

 

 

B) Colour Strength (K/s value)

,,

 

 

 

,,

,,

 

 

 

,,

200.00

for each sample

 

200.00

for each sample

CC 9

Whiteness, Yollowness & Brightness indices and colour strength (K/s)  in combination

,,

,,

500.00

when CC6, CC7, CC8 (A & B) are carried out in Combi-nation

CC 10

Determination of reflectance value or X, Y & Z values

,,

,,

200.00

per sample (Rs. 200.00 extra for curve/graph)

CC 11

Colour difference ( dE value) analysis with L, a, b values, for a pair of samples or against a standard

Using CCM System

,,

200.00

(Rs. 200.00 extra for curve    /graphs)

CC 12

Relative Colour Strength or K/S values of a dyed fabric

Using CCM System

½ mtr.

200.00

(Rs. 100.00 extra for curve    /graphs)

CC 13 Colour matching recipe prediction

,,

Standard dyed sample of

4"x4"

1,000.00

CC 14 Testing of washing performance of any surfactant/detergent Standard soiling or staining followed  standard washing in Launder-o-meter and measurement of soil/stain removal percentage

100 g. detergent and std. fabric

1,000.00

per sample

CC 15 Dimensional changes or shrinkage on heating/water soaking/on wash/on specific treatment Standard IS Method

2’ x 1’ fabric sample

500.00

CC 16 A) Area Shrinkage I S – method

,,

400.00 (for  both  warp and weft way)

CC 17 B) Warp wise or weft wise linear shrinkage I S – method

,,

200.00 for each direc-tion and 400.00 for both  warp & weft way

CC 18 Barium Activity number or Methylene blue absorption value of a mercerised fabric IS – 1989-73

1 metre

600.00

CC 19 Durability against microbial damage of yarns/fabrics Soil Burial test

2-3 metre

1,000.00

per sample

CC 20 Whiteness stability of bleached jute fabric on exposure to UV- light (MBTK Lamp) Whiteness measurement on fading for different hours  on exposure to MBTF Fade-o-meter

1 metre

300.00

(for 20-80 hr. fading upto Light fastness rating – 2)

600.00

(for 80-160 hr. photo fading for eight fastness rating 3-5).

Rs. 800.00 (for fading above 160 hr. & light fastness above 5)

CC 21 Colour Fastness to the following agencies

 

 

 

CC21A a) Light Fastness Standard MBTF Lamp fading compared with fading of  blue wool standard

1 metre

200.00 per samples for 1-10 samples at a time 150.00 per sample for 11-25 samples at a time and 100.00 per sample for 26-50 or above samples at a time

CC21B b) Rubbing (Crocking) Fastness BTRA-Crockmeter orSDL-Electronic Crockmeter

1 metre

150.00

CC21C c) Scrubbing Fastness BTRA-Scrubbing Fastness Tester

1 metre

150.00

CC21D d) Washing (IS-1 to 5) SASMIRA Launderometer & Grey Scale/IS-688-88

1 metre

Rs. 200.00 for IS 1 – 3

Rs. 250.00 for IS 4-5

CC21E e) Dry-cleaning (by organic solvent) SASMIRA Launderometer & Grey Scale / IS – 688 – 88

1 metre

300.00

CC 21F f) Water Soaking/Water Spotting Fastness IS Method and Grey Scale Rating

1 metre

250.00

CC21G g) Bleaching Fastness Launderometer

1 metre

400.00

CC21H

h)  Perspiration Fastness

(Acid and Alkaline Medium)

Perspirometer / IS – 971 – 83

1 metre

400.00

CC 21I i) Sublimation Fastness Hot Pressing

1 metre

250.00

CC 21J Water Repellency Test Spray Rating Test

1 metre

200.00

CC 23 Lab. Processing Trials (for 12" width, 1 meter fabric)

 

 

 

CC23A a) Desizing trials Acid desizing or Enzymetic desizing

2 metre

500.00

CC23B b) Scouring trials Alkali open boil or Soda-boil

2 metre

500.00

CC23C c) Bleaching or OBA treatment trials H2O2 or Hydrochlorite Bleaching

2 metre

500.00 for each or 750.00 for both at a time

CC23D d) Dyeing trials With specific class of dye and in standard dyeing method using Lab. Dyeing Machine

2 metre

1,000.00

for any one shade level per sample

CC23E e) Printing trials (with given set of screen or with any design available in the lab.)

2 metre

1,000.00

per sample per design

CC 23F f) Chemical Finishing trials Pad-dry or Pad-dry-cure techniques

2 metre

1,000.00

per sample per trials

CC23G g) Heat Setting or Steaming trials

 

2 metre

1,000.00

per sample

CC23H h) Special treatments /special chemical treatment trials  under specific & complete instruction

 

2 metre

2,000.00

per sample per trials

CC 24 PH of aqueous extract PH Meter

1 metre

150.00

CC 25 Total formaldehyde content of a finished fabric or in any finishing chemical UV-Vis Spectroscopy using Naoh Reagent or ATCC Std. method

1 metre

1,000.00

CC 26

a)    Modification Design Scan /Design modification or Design Development/Colour separation and Design imprint on Tracing sheet

b)    Printing on Tracing/Transparent film only

Computer aided print design system

 

 

 

As per Customer’s choice

 

 

Design to be brought in CD

 

Rs. 1,000.00

Per design development for 2-3 colour sepa-ration and print on tracings

 

Rs. 200.00

CC27 Determination of Limited oxygen index (LOI values) Standard LOI Tester

1 metre

Rs. 1,000.00

Per sample

CC28 Determination of flamabability of textiles (flame spread time) Standard Inclined (45o) Flamabability Tester

1 metre

Rs. 500.00

Per sample

Textile And General Chemicals/Auxiliaries,

Dyes And Finishing Agents – Related Tests

Code No.

Type of Testing Instrument/Methods

Sample Size

Testing Fee (in Rs.) per sample
CD 1 Estimation of Purity or strength of the following chemicals Standard Methods

 

 

CD1A a) Hydrogen peroxide

,,

200 g for each test

200.00

CD1B b) Sodium Sulphide

,,

,,

200.00

CD1C c) Available Chlorine and total chlorine in hypochlorite solution

,,

,,

200.00

CD1D d) Sodium Hydrosulphite

,,

,,

200.00

CD1E e) Beta – Napthol

,,

,,

200.00

CD1F f) Purity of any solid/powder chemicals against known standard by FTIR-Spectra

,,

,,

500.00

 

CD 2 Dyestuff Analysis :

 

 

 

CD2A a) Dye identification from a coloured textile/dye powder or solution

,,

1 Mtr. Dyed fabric or 50 gm. dye powder

500.00

2B

b) Performance evaluation of a known class of dye sample against a standard supply

(comparative dyeing efficiency)

,,

Dyeing 1% shade with standard and sample on the same cloth and colour strength value or shade depth analysis

500.00

CD2C c) Dye Strength Analysis in a solution/extraction

,,

Using

UV-VIS Spectroscopic method

500.00

per dye solution 

CD2D d) Migration or Leveling or Dispersion property of a dye

,,

Usual method

250.00

CD2E e) Colour Stripping and Redyeing Trial

,,

,,

1,000.00

per trial

CD 3 Testing of TKP Powder/Printing thickeners

 

 

500.00

for all three parameters a, b & c in combination as given below

CD3A a) Moisture Content only

,,

,,

150.00

CD3B b) Ash Content only

,,

,,

300.00

CD3C c) Viscosity of 1% solution of 50o C only

Redwood Viscometer

No. 1

,,

200.00

 

 

CD 4 Testing of Jute Batching Oil/Antistat oil/Spindle oil

Standard IS method

500 ml.

1,000.00

(for CD4A to F as given below).

 

CD4A a) Colour and appearance

,,

 

100.00

CD4B b) Flash point

,,

 

200.00

CD4C c) Moisture content

,,

 

150.00

CD4D d) Emulsion Stability

,,

 

200.00

CD4E e) Viscosity in RWS

,,

 

150.00

CD4F f) Initial boiling point and final boiling point

,,

 

200.00

CD 5 Pour Point or cloud point

,,

 

300.00

CD 6 Testing of Finishing and allied Chemicals

 

 

 

CD6A a) Solid Content /Active content of any emulsion or solution

,,

100/200 gm./ml.

200.00

CD6B b) Ash Content

,,

,,

400.00

CD6C c) Melting Point

DSC or any other standard methods

,,

500.00

CD 7 Testing of Water/Effluents

Standard method

2 ltrs.

1500.00

(for CD7-A to H) in combination as given below

CD7A a) PH

,,

 

100.00

CD7B b) Chlorides

,,

 

200.00

CD7C c) Sulphides

,,

 

200.00

CD7D d) Sulphates

,,

 

200.00

CD7E e) Iron

,,

 

200.00

CD7F f) Total Alkalinity

,,

 

150.00

CD7G g) Total Hardness

,,

 

300.00

CD7H h) Permanent and Temporary Hardness

,,

 

250.00

CT 1 1) Defect analysis for chemical processing and suggestion for remedial measures

Technical Service

2 meter (long length may be required for length-wise periodic defects)

Separate fees for all tests and trials is required , plus Rs. 2000.00 as Technical opinion/service fees for each case (without visit of the processing Plant). If visit of plant is required, then additional Rs.3000.00 per visit + Travel and other costs will be charged.
CT 2 Product Development, Modification or Development of new recipe/method/technology, Viability study and other Technical services Special Technical Service and Consultancy

 

To be decided by mutual discussion Charges will be decided as per the nature of work and time period involved in the work involved

 

 

 

Note :  Concession of 20% may be provided to Member Mills of IJT or to the organisations who will conduct frequent testing services at the Institute round the year.

              Add :  10.2% Service Tax for the testing charges will be applicable for all.

 

Technical/Consultancy Services
 

The Faculty-Members of this Institute are regularly carrying out the different technical and consultancy services to the jute as well as textile industries. Following are the areas where the Institute has developed expertise and through their services Institute has developed  its own resource earning capability.

 

  1. Improvement in existing processing technology (Spinning/Weaving/Chemical Processing)

  2. Product development (yarns/fabrics (loom state/special finished/dyed/printed fabrics)

  3. Preparation of Project Proposal for establishing new jute/textile units/small entrepreneurs.

  4. Machine auditing and Technical feasibility/viability study.

  5. Information services and HRD-services including Tailor-,ade Practical Training Programmes

  6. Sample development according to customer requirements

  7. Short term refresher courses and special training programmes for supervisors/managers and workers/mistries at the mill premises.

  8. Technical valuation of plant and machinery and Technical Certificates by Chartered Engineer.

  9. Energy Auditing/Machine Auditing

  10. Productivity improvement

  11. Specific processing trials for spinning, weaving, knitting, coating/bleaching, dyeing (including both chemical/ synthetic dyes and natural dyes), printing and finishing of jute and all other textile yarns and fabrics

  12.  Various other consultancy work as per customer requirements.

  13. To undertake industry’s sponsored project/trials or any other specific job including industrial research 

 

*   The charges for the above work will be decided after mutual discussion, nature of work involvement and time involvement in the work

 

 

 

Inspection Services

 

It was established with a view to ensure a buyer to get the materials supplied by a Mill/supplier according to specifications and to give necessary guidelines to a manufacturer to meet the specifications. It also aimed at to guide a buyer about the product development setting of specifications, sampling and inspection, procedure etc. Inspection charges are given as follows :

 

PRE-DESPATCH INSPECTION SERVICE CHARGES

WITH EFFECT FROM 01.04.2005

 

Jute Fabric

Re. 0.50 per 100 yds. Subject to minimum of Rs. 400/- per lot.

All type of jute bags

Rs. 2.00 per 100 bags subject to minimum of Rs. 400/- per lot.

Twine/Yarn

Rs. 4.00 per 100 kg. subject to minimum of Rs. 400/- per lot.

Supervision charges on spot loading accepted materials (optional)

Rs. 100/- per lot

Sealing charges (optional)

Rs. 100/- per lot

 

 

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

a)   Printed matter to be printed on bags must be done with the approval of consignee. The same approval letter/screen/sample may be forwarded to this Institute while placing the contract. While approving the printed matter, consignee should stress on dimensions of letters and boundary lines.

b)   Inspection charges have to be paid according to the inspection quantity. This Institute is not responsible for any short supply.

c)   In case of Rejection, charges to be paid by the supplier to IJT and should be clearly mentioned in the appointment contract offered by the buyer to this Institute.

d)   Payment should be made by Crossed Cheque or Demand Draft payable to “Institute of Jute Technology A/c Mill Service Division”. Outstation cheque should be include the collection charges or while making the bill the Institute will include this amount.

e)   Challans of the Supplier must reach this Institute before 24 hrs. of inspection (by 4.30 P.M. on the previous day).

f)    Certificate will be issued within three working days after the inspection.

g)   Any reference of dispute to law court will be restricted to the jurisdiction of Calcutta High Court.