Byk Micro - Gloss Meter 45° - New Version AG 4567 for ceramic, Plastic, Film

Byk Micro - Gloss Meter 45° - New Version AG 4567 for ceramic, Plastic, Film

Byk Micro - Gloss Meter 45° - New Version AG 4567 for ceramic, Plastic, Film

Byk Micro - Gloss Meter 45° - New Version AG 4567 for ceramic, Plastic, Film: Specific materials require specific measuring angles: Ceramic materials, plastic films and solid plastics, paper, and paperboard either measure specular gloss at the standard geometries 20°, 60°, 85° or at industry-specific geometries 45° or 75°. Plastic films and solid plastics, both opaque and transparent, are often measured at a 45° angle for intermediate and low gloss levels. For films that transmit light, a matt black backing such as “Black scrub panel" cat. no. 5015 (see page 174), must be placed behind the sample. Erroneous measurements will occur without a suitable backing. Standard test methods ask for readings on at least three portions of each specimen to get an indication of gloss uniformity. The statistic model of the micro-gloss will show the average and range of standard deviation as a measure of sample uniformity. Ceramics, porcelain enamels, and other finishes use the 45° geometry and often provide a comparison of their resistance to acid, alkali, or other environmental factors by measurement of gloss loss. In order to evaluate the change of gloss, it is essential to take multiple readings over the entire sample surface and evaluate the average to ensure representative results. ASTM C 346, D 2457, JIS Z 8741. Application: Ceramic, Plastic, Plastic Films, Measuring Range of 10 - 180 GU. µ Standards ISO 2813, 7668 ASTM D 523, D 2457 DIN 67530 JIS Z 8741 System Requirements: Operating system 32-bit: Windows® 7 SP1 or 8.1 Microsoft® .NET Framework 4 Hardware: Core 2 Duo, 2.2 GHz, i7 recommended, or equivalent Memory: 4 GB RAM, 8 GB recommended Hard-disk capacity: min. 300 MB Monitor resolution: 1280 x 1024 pixel or higher Interface: free USB-port.
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Specific materials require specific measuring angles: Ceramic materials, plastic films and solid plastics, paper and paperboard either measure specular gloss at the standard geometries 20°, 60°, 85° or at industry specific geometries 45° or 75°. Plastic films and solid plastics, both opaque and transparent, are often measured at 45° angle for intermediate and low gloss levels. For films that transmit light, a matt black backing such as “Black scrub panel" cat. no. 5015 (see page 174), must be placed behind the sample. Erroneous measurements will occur without a suitable backing. Standard test methods ask for readings on at least three portions of each specimen to get an indication of gloss uniformity. The statistic mode of the micro-gloss will show the average and range or standard deviation as a measure of sample uniformity. Ceramics, porcelain enamels and other finishes use the 45° geometry and often provide a comparison of their resistance to acid, alkali, or other environmental factors by measurement of gloss loss. In order to evaluate change of gloss it is essential to take multiple readings over the entire sample surface and evaluate the average to ensure representative results. ASTM C 346, D 2457 , JIS Z 8741 . Application: Ceramic, Plastic, Plastic Films, Measuring range 10 - 180 GU. µ Standards ISO 2813, 7668 ASTM D 523, D 2457 DIN 67530 JIS Z 8741 System Requirements: Operating system 32-bit: Windows® 7 SP1 or 8.1 Microsoft® .NET Framework 4 Hardware: Core 2 Duo, 2.2 GHz, i7 recommended, or equivalent Memory: 4 GB RAM, 8 GB recommended Hard-disk capacity: min. 300 MB Monitor resolution: 1280 x 1024 pixel or higher Interface: free USB-port .
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