Gloss Meter i9 (Digital)
Advanced Touch Screen Gloss Meter (Tri-angle)
Gloss Meter i9 (Digital) is made in accordance with ISO 2813 (international Standard). It is easy-to-use equipment with stable performance and precise measurement. There are several different geometries available for gloss
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A Gloss meter (also gloss meter) is an instrument that is used to measure the specular reflection gloss of a surface. Gloss is determined by projecting a beam of light at a fixed intensity and angle onto a surface and measuring the amount of reflected light at an equal but opposite angle. Many industries use gloss meters in their quality control to measure the gloss of products to ensure consistency in their manufacturing processes. The automotive industry is a major user of the glossmeter, with applications extending from the factory floor to the repair shop.
Gloss Meter i9 (Digital) is made in accordance with ISO 2813 (international Standard). It is easy-to-use equipment with stable performance and precise measurement. There are several different geometries available for gloss measurement, each being dependent on the type of surface to be measured. For non-metals such as coatings and plastics the amount of reflected light increases with a greater angle of illumination, as some of the light penetrates the surface material and is absorbed into it or diffusely scattered from it depending on its color. Metals have a much higher reflection and are therefore less angularly dependent. Many international technical standards are available that define the method of use and specifications for different types of glossmeter used on various types of materials including paint, ceramics, paper, metals, and plastics.
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