The annual SCIFT Supplier’s Night Expo affords companies serving all segments of the food industry an opportunity to showcase products and exchange information with purchasers in the Southern California region. Konica Minolta Sensing Americas will be in attendance to answer any question related to our color reading equipment.
CR-400 Chroma Meter
The CR-400 Chroma Meter is a handheld, portable measurement instrument designed to evaluate the color of objects, particularly with smoother surface conditions or minimal color variation. Through standard or customized evaluation formulas, this high accuracy, reliable colorimeter helps users control the color quality, consistency, and appearance of their samples in a more efficient, streamlined process internally and throughout the supply chain.
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BC-10 Baking Contrast Meter
The BC-10 Baking Contrast Meter is a handheld, portable colorimeter designed to evaluate the color of baked, fried, smoked, and processed foods, including crusts, crumbs, and ingredients. Capable of measuring color and lightness/darkness characteristics, this reliable instrument allows users to establish and meet color quality standards more efficiently, maintain consistency in each batch of material, and monitor the baking and production process more effectively.
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CR-10 Plus Color Reader
Konica Minolta s CR-10 Plus (successor to the CR-10) color difference reader is a portable, battery powered, and hand-held instrument for quick, precise color control. The CR-10 Plus tristimulus colorimeter is easily operable, economical and portable like never before. With a built-in utility software application, it allows changing of instrument settings, set tolerances, pass/fail judgment and data analysis directly on the instrument. Also includes USB connectivity to a computer for easy data transferring.
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Randy Bunney has devoted over 10 years of his career working with Konica Minolta in the Color and Appearance industry. Throughout these years, he has helped thousands of customers, within all types of industries, standardize, formulate, and evaluate the color of their products. His expertise and guidance has solved difficult color challenges for companies of various sizes, helping them to maintain consistency and meet color quality standards more efficiently with advanced measurement instrumentation and software solutions. These industries include, but not limited to, food, paint, plastic, aerospace, cosmetics, packaging, etc. Randy is the Western Regional Manager covering California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii and Alaska.