1. X-Rite RM200QC Imaging Spectrocolorimeter

    The X-Rite RM200QC Imaging Spectrocolorimeter bridges the gap between color appearance and material color — from incoming material batches to outgoing product shipments — in a functional, portable unit that fits comfortably in your hand.

  2. Fluitec Chooses The X-Rite RM200QC Pocket-Sized Spectrocolorimeter

    Very small things such as microscopic metal flakes and tiny globs of degraded chemicals in lubricants can cause very large things like hydroelectric generators and huge compressors that liquefy air to grind to a halt.

  3. Eriez® 5-Star Service® Keeps PET Recycler Pure Tech Plastics Operating Efficiently

    Pure Tech Plastics sells PET flakes and pellets to end users for applications such as packaging, sheet, bottles, strapping and fiber.

  4. A Ribbon, Tumble Or Vertical Blender - Which Is Best For My Process?

    Dry blenders are typically described as being of horizontal, vertical or tumbling designs. On the surface it would seem that each can be used for the same application, but subtle differences usually make one preferable over another. This webinar helps to narrow the choice of the unit for a particular production requirement.

  5. Refilling Loss-In-Weight Feeders Via Pneumatic Conveying In Continuous Pharmaceutical Processes

    The mode of refill of product to a Loss-in-Weight (LIW) feeder that is feeding a continuous pharmaceutical process can be almost as critical as choosing the right feeder technology. Since the objective of feeder refill is to refill as quickly as possible, pneumatic receivers that operate under a dilute phase vacuum transfer principle are often used as refill devices, particularly for continuous operations. The photo on page 2 illustrates a K-Tron P-Series receiver above a K-Tron LIW feeder. By Sharon Nowak

  6. Colorimetry: How To Measure Color Differences

    Colorimetry, the science of color measurement, is widely employed in commerce, industry and the laboratory to express color in numerical terms and to measure color differences between specimens. By Randy Klimek, Project Manager

  7. Controlling The Color Of Plastics

    In the 1967 hit movie “The Graduate”, Benjamin Braddock (played by Dustin Hoffman) is given some advice by a family friend Mr. McGuire (played by Walter Brooke) at his graduation party. Mr. McGuire starts by saying to Ben “I just want to say one word to you – just one word”.

  8. Advantages Of Using Computer Color Matching

    In today’s ever increasing competitive global economy, the maximizing of product output becomes ever more important. For those of us that deal with color as one of our product’s critical specifications, this can be a thorny and time consuming issue.

  9. Lighting Technologies, Principle, And Measurement

    Since long ago, man has compared colors by arranging objects side-by-side and looking at them under natural light (sunlight). Although torches, candles, incandescent lamps and other light sources are also used for illumination, it has always been the standard practice to compare colors under natural light.

  10. A Guide To Plastics Color Measurement

    The more discriminating consumers become about color, the greater the need for a means of measuring and describing color that eliminates individual human color bias.