tintometer


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tintometer

[tin′täm·əd·ər]
(optics)
A device used to estimate the intensity of a colored solution by comparing it with standard solutions or colored glass slides, as with the Lovibond tintometer.
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of Leeds & Northrup; Orion Research; Presto Tek Corp.; Radiometer America Inc.; Rosemount Analytical Inc.; Royce Instrument Corp.; SERFILCO, Ltd.; Soiltest, Inc.; Taylor Technologies, Inc.; Tekmar Co.; The Tintometer Co.; and Whatman Lab Sales.
The Tintometer Ltd., Lovibond House, Solar Way, Solstice Park, Amesbury, SP4 7SZ UK; Tel: +44 1980 66488, Fax: +44 1980 625 412
Readers wanting more information about this technique should contact The Tintometer Ltd at The Colour Laboratory, Waterloo Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, tel:0172 232 7242.
The Tintometer Ltd., The Colour Laboratory, Wiltshire UK
The Tintometer Ltd of Salisbury has been a registered company for a century.
A new colour grading system for quality control applications has been announced by The Tintometer Ltd.
The Tintometer Ltd., The Colour Laboratory, Waterloo Rd., Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2JY UK; Tel: +44 1722 327242, Fax: +44 1722 412322
A 3-field colour comparator, the Lovibond 34300, has been brought out by The Tintometer Ltd of Waterloo Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, tel:0722 327242.
A 3-field colour comparator, the Lovibond 3000, has been brought out by The Tintometer Ltd.