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Rhopoint Novo-Gloss Trio Glossmeter 20/60/85°:
Rapid software-free data transfer (USB connection to PC)
Full onboard statistics with trend analysis and reporting
Simultaneous measurement of all parameters, results are time stamped.
Results batching with user definable names
Pass / Fail for easy identification of non conformances
Easy calibration - The instrument detects when the calibration tile is attached to the instrument enabling faster and easier calibration
Suitable for gloss measurements of all surfaces and is suitable for matt to mirror gloss surfaces
60° is referred to as the universal measurement angle and is the most commonly specified geometry in applications such as paints, coatings, plastics, automotive interiors and general manufacturing. It can be used as a basic gloss assessment for any surface
Low Gloss: 85° For improved resolution of low gloss a grazing angle of 85° is used to measure the surface. This angle is recommended for surfaces which measure less than 10GU when measured at 60º. This angle also has a larger measurement spot which will average out differences in the gloss of textured or slightly uneven surfaces.
High Gloss: 20° The acute measurement angle of 20° gives improved resolution for high gloss surfaces. Surfaces that measure 70GU and above at the standard angle of 60° are often measured with this geometry. The 20° angle is more sensitive to haze effects that affect the appearance of a surface.
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Last Updated: 8th October, 2020