Konica Minolta Sensing Americas Color Trends and Technology Newsletter
Color Sample of Bread
  Why Does Hair Turn Gray as We Age?
Best Practices for Averaging the Color of Your Sample   Why Does Hair Turn Gray as We Age?
When there’s a lot of variation in a sample’s color, evaluating it or communicating its color to others becomes more complex. With the appropriate instrumentation, however, values can be calculated to represent the sample’s overall color. In this article, we discuss best practices for averaging the color of your samples.
 
It starts with a few strands and then before you know it, it’s everywhere. Gray hair is a part of the aging process many of us dread. According to sources, your chance of going gray increases 10 – 20 percent every decade after 30 years. In this article, we answer the age-old question, “Why does hair turn gray as we age?”
 
BC-10 Baking Meter
  Components to a Standardized Color Process within Manufacturing and Research
Video: BC-10 Baking Meter for Controlling the Color of Baked and Processed Foods   Components to a Standardized Color Process within Manufacturing and Research
The BC-10 Baking Contrast Meter is a handheld, portable colorimeter designed to evaluate the color of baked, fried, smoked, and processed foods. This reliable instrument allows users to establish and meet color quality standards more efficiently, maintain consistency in each batch of material, and monitor the production process more effectively.
 
A color process helps manufacturers and suppliers meet product color quality standards more efficiently. By standardizing this process internally and throughout the supply chain, consistency and accuracy can be maintained. This document details the components to a standardized color process within research and manufacturing environments.

 

 


Did You Know?

According to research. the same chemicals that give tart cherries their red color may provide relief from inflammation and pain in humans.

March 2014 Edition
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