HunterLab offers a selection of instruments to help you manage your concrete and cement colour measurement and quality control requirements.
70% of customers choose a directional 45°/0° geometry instrument as a QC tool for its ability to measure colour the way the human eye sees colour, capturing both the effect of colour and the effect of gloss and texture. This is the geometry that is recommended by HunterLab for colour measurement of opaque finished materials that will be viewed by the customer.
30% of customers choose diffuse d/8° Sphere geometry for measuring colour for its tendency to negate surface appearance attributes of gloss and texture and look at colour only.
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