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Textile inspection in the blink of an eye

With our SenoCorder Solid, you are in possession of a powerful tool to analyze fabrics on the go. Textiles can be identified and quantified within seconds with the small handheld device.

Questions our Textile Analyzer will answer for you

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What is in your sample?

Identify and authenticate the textile you are analyzing. Get to know the material your sample is made of and whether it is pure or not.

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How much of a component is in your sample?

Determine how much of a certain component is present in your textile sample. Don’t just get information about what the analyzed fabric is made of, but precise percentages of its components.

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Reliable on the spot measurements with the SenoCorder Solid

With our handheld device, you can analyze textiles for their components and their purity instantly and non-destructively. This minimizes the time between testing and receiving results, as you don't need to send samples to external laboratories.

A solution that fits in your hand and enables you to document and track your testing history stress free, leading to faster decisions about fabrics and whether their quality meets your expectations.

 

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Experience it for yourself

The SenoCorder Solid
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Reliable identification of textiles

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Fast measurements within few seconds

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Non-destructive testing

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Easy interpretable results

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Cost effective 

Catch A GLIMPSE OF the Use CaSES

Textile recycling companies needing to sort fabrics according to their material, cleaning companies struggling to identify the composition of clothing and home textiles and individuals trying to differentiate between natural and synthetic fibers. What do all these people have in common? They are in need of an easy, affordable and fast solution to identify their textile materials.

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Differentiating natural from synthetic fibers

Conducting textile analysis offers a way to ensure that fabrics are made from natural fibers rather than synthetics. Choosing natural fibers makes a difference when it comes to a product’s end-of-life. Cotton fiber breaks down significantly faster in nature than man-made fibers – a characteristic that makes it more attractive to buyers and vendors who value sustainability. It also ensures that natural fabrics are pure and do not contain any synthetic fibers, protecting customers from potential allergic reactions. 

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Identifying textiles to treat them correctly

Think about cleaning services, industrial laundries, or even just your own home. There are many situations in which fabrics, such as carpets, clothing, or upholstery require cleaning but cannot be treated with the right agents due to missing information about their material. This can lead to damaged textiles because of unnecessarily aggressive cleaning agents, or unsatisfactory results like persistent stains. Mobile textile analysis enables you to determine what fabrics are made of and treat them correctly with the appropriate level of care.

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Recycling textiles more precisely

Globally, an estimated 92 million tons of textile waste is created each year, as textiles are rather difficult to recycle. The use of mobile textile analysis allows for more precise sorting of fabrics, even on a small scale, and consequently leads to a more suitable recycling process. This doesn’t just simplify the workflow of recycling facilities, but also creates less unidentifiable waste for industries and households alike. 

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Inspecting incoming goods more easily

Test incoming fabrics as they arrive without having to send them to the laboratory and wait for the results. This allows you react to changes in quality or authenticity immediately and resolve uncertainties for all parties sooner. It also saves money and resources as the cost for lab analysis can be minimized and less experienced employees can conduct the testing.