Using Spectrophotometers for Ceramics
Ceramics are manufactured for many different purposes. Practical examples of everyday use include the dental industry and many types of housewares such as vases and plates.
Ceramics utilized for dentistry require accurate hues of whiteness. Any slight variation in the color of ceramic dental work can appear unnatural or look like an obvious mismatch when placed next to other teeth. To evaluate the ceramics for the correct color, a spectrophotometer is used.
Ceramics used for decorative purposes are glazed or enameled with color. Ensuring that the final color is as opaque and precise as needed is extremely important to the integrity of the product.
Correct Color for Successful Products
Konica Minolta Sensing Asia offers instruments designed for this type of color measurement.
Spectrophotometers ensure that a product’s color matches manufacturing specifications by evaluating and expressing the color in precise numerical terms. Manufacturers can control pigments in transparent and opaque paint, as well as in the whiteness of the ceramic itself. This extreme accuracy reduces waste and outputs higher quality items with greater efficiency, which will increase profits.
Spectrophotometer Solutions for the Ceramics Industry:
This handheld chromameter is ideal for use in the ceramics industry due to its easy identification of divergent colors during production stages.
CM-600d Portable Spectrophotometer
A trusted instrument on the ceramic production line, this portable spectrophotometer quickly registers color inconsistencies and ensures the final product meets color specifications.
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