Controlling the colour of architectural glass is extremely important to ensure the creative and artistic intent of the designer, and to minimize the high cost of replacing off colour panels in a structure.

Measuring the colour of glass is achieved in two ways; a simple transmission colour measurement tells us the colour of the glass as viewed from the inside, and a reflectance measurement of the coated side tells us the colour of the glass as seen from the outside. The reflectance colour results can help to determine the thickness of AR and other coatings.

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HunterLab MiniScan EZ 4500L

HunterLab MiniScan EZ 4500L

45°/0° Geometry, Reflectance, 400-700 nm
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