Lovibond tintometer

Lovibond tintometer

[′lō·və‚bänd tin′täm·əd·ər]
(optics)
A colorimeter which compares a solution or object under examination with a series of slides of each of three colors.
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Before checking of color, glass cell (1 inch and 5 A1/4 inch) was washed, cleaned and dried followed by the measuring of color using Lovibond Tintometer (Model F).
The PFXi-880, -950 and -990 spectrophotometers, from the Lovibond Tintometer Group, are electronically sensitive instruments that register accurate readings efficiently and quickly on optically clear product samples.
Instrumental color measuring methods such as a Lovibond Tintometer or Hunter Tristumulus Colorimeter are useful in eliminating the many variables which frequently occur during a visual assessment of the color sample.
Colour was checked in Lovibond Tintometer (Tintometer Corporation Salisbury England).
The technical concept from Lovibond Tintometer saves time, cost and the environment.