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Color Measurement for Building Materials

A spectrum of color measurement applications

Building materials such as PVC, aluminum, paint, glass, ceramics, and concrete are the foundation of the building/construction industry. Materials range from opaque to transparent and from solid to liquid and all have different types of measurement needs. Handheld Sphere Spectrophotometers like the CM-26dG series from Konica Minolta Sensing are excellent for testing the color of small or large samples to ensure consistency. Versatile Benchtop Spectrophotometers like our CM-5 are ideal for transparent materials, solvent based, powder coatings, and high performance coatings, all of which present unique challenges.

To learn more about color measurement in the Building/Construction industry watch our latest video below.

Be sure to visit Konica Minolta Sensing Booth# S13329 at this year's World of Concrete. More information listed below.

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Watch Our New Building Materials Video

Konica Minolta Sensing's building material solutions allow users to accurately evaluate and control the color and appearance of samples with various surface conditions, opacity, and thickness in a more streamlined process internally and throughout the supply chain.

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Upcoming shows and events:
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World of Concrete

Las Vegas Convention Center

From rooftops to floors and everything in between, Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. offers high performance instrument and software solutions used to establish and meet color quality standards for the building material industry. Join us in February for the World of Concrete 2020 (Booth #S13329), the world’s largest annual international concrete construction and masonry event.

Date:  February 4th - 7th 2020

Time:  Tuesday: 9:30AM - 5:00PM Wednesday: 9:30AM - 5:00PM Thursday: 9:30AM - 5:00PM Friday: 9:00AM - 12:00PM

 

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Pack Expo East

Philadelphia, PA

Come Visit Konica Minolta Sensing in Philadelphia, Booth #600 for Pack Expo East. Technology is advancing at a fast pace and you need to keep up. Consumer demands are evolving, and you must innovate to stay competitive. Join Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Medical, Chemical and other professionals from every packaged good industry. Stop by our booth to see the brand new CM-26d portable sphere spectrophotometer on full display.

Date:  March 3rd - 5th 2020

Time:  Monday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM Tuesday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM Wednesday 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Featured Products:
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CM-26dG

Portable Sphere Spectrophotometer

The CM-26dG spectrophotometer horizontal alignment can fit into narrow spaces and is convenient for high-precision color and gloss measurement of smooth or textured samples. An integrated 60-degree gloss sensor allows distinct color and appearance measurements within this single instrument.

Features:

  • Best-in-class Inter-Instrument-Agreement for true “Digital Color Data Management”
  • Integrated 60°-gloss sensor
  • Group sorting of data by user-defined tags

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CM-700d

Portable Spectrophotometer

The CM-700d Spectrophotometer is a  measurement instrument designed to evaluate the color and appearance of samples very small to large in size, including objects with flat, shaped, or curved surfaces. Evaluate, reproduce, and control the color of pigments and dyes in a more effective, streamlined process.

Features:

  • Aperture switches between 3mm and 8mm sizes to evaluate the color of a wide variety of samples very small to large in size
  • Easily switches between SCE and SCI measurement modes to accommodate surface conditions
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