Large Screen 3.5 Inch 60 Degree Gloss Meter Analyzing Natural Stone HG60 300gu 3nh
|Place of Origin:||Shenzhen China|
|Certification:||CE, TUV, FCC, RoHs|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 Unit|
|Price:||Please send inquiry|
|Packaging Details:||30*20*10cm, 1kg, with a carrying bag|
|Delivery Time:||1-5 Days|
|Supply Ability:||1000 Units per Month|
|Measuring Angle:||60°||Measuring Area(mm):||60°:9x15|
|Measuring Range(GU):||60°: 0~300||Division Value:||0.1GU|
|Tolerance:||±1.5, ±1.5%||Data Port:||USB|
paint gloss meter,
60 degree gloss meter
Large Screen 3.5 inch 60 degree glossmeter to analyze natural stone HG60 300gu 3nh
|Incomparable Accuracy||HG60 Gloss Meter|
|Company info. :|
Shenzhen 3nh Technology Co., Ltd. is a high-tech enterprise. We research, develop, produce and market photoelectric detection products in photoelectric detection technology field and color management field.
The parameters of test results are integrating with international standards. Our products are exported around the world. We can provide customization service which has been well received by customers.
HG60 gloss meter features with 60° angle, manufactured according to ISO2813 and GB/T 9754. It is also compatible with the standards of ASTM D523, ASTM D2457. NHG60 conforms to JJG696 first class gloss meter working requirement, corresponding with CIE 1931(2°) under CIE C light source.
HG60 gloss meter can test material with gloss (0-300Gu), and universally apply to paint, ink, stoving varnish, coating, wood products; marble, granite, vitrified polished tile, pottery brick and porcelain; plastic, paper; hardware industries, etc. for gloss measurement and gloss data transmission.
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Gloss Meter Angles
Low Gloss - 85°
For improved resolution of low gloss, a grazing angle of 85° is used to measure the surface. This angle is recommended for surfaces which measure less than 10 GU when measured at 60°.This angle also has a larger measurement spot which will average out differences in the gloss of textured or slightly uneven surfaces.
Medium or Semi Gloss - 60° - The Universal Measurement Angle
One must remember that all gloss levels can be measured using the standard measurement angle of 60°. This 60 degree angle is used as the reference angle for all products. So why choose some other another angle? Because for extreme gloss, one obtains better measurements with the complimentary angles of 85° or 20° often used for low and high gloss levels respectively.
High Gloss - 20°
The acute measurement angle of 20° gives improved resolution for high gloss surfaces. Surfaces that measure 70 GU and above at the standard angle of 60° are often measured with this geometry. The 20° angle is more sensitive to haze effects that affect the appearance of a surface. The different gloss of these two samples is more clearly shown in the 20° readings.
The 45 degree glossmeter is used primarily for the ceramics and film producing industries.
The 75 degree glossmeter is used primarily for the paper and vinyl producing industries.