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White Papers - Color evaluation of aluminum material in anodizing process with a portable spectrophotometer

Aluminum is used widely in the building industry for its many benefits, such as being lightweight, easy to process, and high corrosion resistance.

Due to the continued growth of personalized color and appearance requirements in private homes and businesses, aluminum architectural material manufacturers are offering a variety of color and gloss/matte variations in goods such as window frames, doors, curtain walls, etc. Maintaining quality and consistency requires color control during the anodization process.

Learn how to evaluate the color of aluminum material in our White Paper.

Color evaluation of aluminum material
Blog: How Ceramic Manufacturers Set Color Standards for Raw Material Suppliers

How Ceramic Manufacturers Set Color Standards for Raw Material Suppliers

Every manufactured product has multiple processes that produce the final product, and ceramic tiles are no different. To ensure that raw materials meet strict specifications, manufacturers, and suppliers coordinate with each other when it comes to ceramic tile color matching. To determine the quality of raw materials, ceramic bisque's must be created from samples of raw materials (i.e., fired but unglazed). Read more about how ceramic manufacturers set color standards for Raw material suppliers in our Blog.

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An advanced all-in-one system

An advanced all-in-one system, the CM-5 is a bench-top measurement instrument designed to evaluate the color and appearance of opaque, transparent, and translucent samples. The spectrophotometer CM5 measures a variety of samples with different material characteristics such as liquids, powders, pastes, and granules, as well as the haze of transparent films and glass. This makes the CM-5 ideal for color analysis within R&D and laboratory environments.
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The Versatile Spectrophotometer

Loaded with numerous optional and standard accessories, the versatile spectrophotometer CM-700d is a handheld, portable measuring device created to assess the color and appearance of samples ranging in size from small to large. Including items with flat, shaped, or curved surfaces. By using this reliable, high-precision instrument, operators can assess, duplicate, and regulate pigment and dye color more efficiently and effectively. In both research and manufacturing environments, the CM-700d excels at color analysis, formulation, quality control assessments, and production control operations.


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Video – How does a spectrophotometer work? CM-5

Learn how The CM-5 measures a wide range of samples with varying material characteristics, including liquids, powders, pastes, and granules, as well as the haze of transparent films and glass. This video explains how the innovative CM-5 can measure in reflectance or transmittance, and the transmittance chamber can store huge sheets up to 60mm thick! A multitude of capabilities and accessories distinguish this revolutionary bench-top spectrophotometer. Watch our informational video on how a spectrophotometer works.


Video - Accessories for the CM-600d and CM-700d

Our most popular Spectrophotometer the CM-700d is widely recognized as the industry standard for a wide range of building materials. This portable spectrophotometer with wireless connectivity and a color LCD screen is lightweight and simple to use. The CM-700d's design, together with available attachments, makes it suited for accurate and repeatable color measurement of samples with a wide range of surfaces and qualities, including flat surfaces, curved surfaces, texture, gloss, and wet samples.


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