color standard

color standard

[′kəl·ər ‚stan·dərd]
(analytical chemistry)
Liquid solution of known chemical composition and concentration, hence of known and standardized color, used for optical analysis of samples of unknown strength.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of ASTM Color Standard Strip At Silvassa
Due to HMG's innovative UNTI LITE tinting system Acrythane ACE is available in a wide variety of colors including RAL, BS 4800, BS 381C or can be color-matched to a submitted color standard.
We are also very excited about our patent-pending technology that adds swatch-specific information to each Engineered Color Standard, giving retailers, brands and mills instant access to more color information than ever.
The plant is now producing the best color quality in the Sankei group and has established the color standard for all Sankei planks to meet.
1997), and a Labsphere[R] (North Sutton, NH) yellow color standard was placed next to the butterfly.
Pantone, the international color standard, is standing by yellow for its pick for the coming year.
It enables users to view applied color against color standard panels at specific angles to improve communications about colors since colors, especially metallics and pearlescents, appear differently at varying angels.
6 pounds, the XD200 ColorView is the first DLP(R) projector that provides Mitsubishi's proprietary ColorView(TM) technology along with sRGB, a Microsoft color standard.
A basic tenet of color standard is to match the color scheme to the activities taking place.
Kentaro Kanoya, of Sankei Shimbun's production bureau engineering department, added that the plant where AccuCam is installed now produces the best color quality in the Sankei group and has established the color standard for all other Sankei plants to meet.
Published bi-annually, 18 to 24 months in advance of the season, the PANTONE VIEW Colour Planner is based on the PANTONE FASHION + HOME Color System, the most widely used and recognized color standard in the world.
Users can define a target dot gain from a specific printing process or adjust dot gain measurements to compensate for possible faulty printing conditions, which can occur during reference print runs or color standard productions.