Why is Colour measurement important?

Why is Colour measurement important?

Why is Colour measurement important?

Many circumstances exist where some form of colour measurement is necessary to quantify and assess a product’s colour.
In some industries, color indicates a product’s overall quality and ability to meet consumer needs. For example, colors in the manufacturing industry must be consistent as they influence the product’s function — after all, you wouldn’t want to buy paint that comes with a slightly different color every time.

What can you measure with Colour management?

Uniformity of Colour in Production - If the colour of a product varies from one batch to another, it may be perceived as being an inferior product.

Achieve Aesthetic Quality - Presentation of an acceptable and consistent colour is of tremendous importance to consumers.

Performance Indicator - For example, to assess the performance of decolourising materials or to determine a product’s suitability for a particular purpose.

Indicate Product Condition - For example, as an indication of the level of purity, the degree of deterioration over time, adverse growing conditions experienced by natural raw materials or the condition of used product.

To Indicate the Level of Refining/Processing - In oil refining processes, the colour provides a good indication of the degree of refinement and allows optimisation of the refining process.

Content Indicator -There is often a correlation between colour and chemical/physical content (for example, the amount of chlorophyll in oil). In these cases, colour measurement may offer a simple alternative to more complex means of testing.

Industries that benefit from Colour management?

Selectech is a proud distributor of Colour measurement instruments in South Africa, please do not hesitate to contact us for Quote.

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  • Willem Perold