FAQ: “… I just need to find a way to better condition the samples for consistency. I can get some pretty consistent results on my own, but once it’s in a general QC lab, it’s going to need some standardization.”
Hygrochromic (also called hydrochromic) and Thermochromic textiles, powders, packaging, paper and pharmaceuticals benefit from the use a conditioning cabinet to acclimatize the sample to a fixed temperature and humidity condition prior to color measurement. Consistent color measurement requires consistent sample preparation.
One source for a sample conditioning cabinet is:
Parameter Generation & Control Black Mountain, NC 28711 USA +828-669-8717 www.humiditycontrol.com
This company has global distributors for Europe, IMEA and the Far East.
Mr. Philips has spent the last 30 years in product development and management, technical sales, marketing, and business development in several industries. Today, he is the global market development manager for HunterLab, focused on understanding customer needs, providing appropriate solutions and education, and helping to solve customer color challenges across these industries and cultures.