Relevant Introduction of Gloss Meter
Gloss meters are widely used and are often used as special supporting measuring instruments in the electronics industry, automotive industry, paint manufacturing and other fields. High-precision gloss meter can be divided into three types: high gloss, medium gloss and low gloss according to the gloss measurement angle. Generally speaking, 20 degree gloss meter, 60 degree gloss meter, 85 degree gloss meter. The measurement results of the high-precision gloss meter have high accuracy and are more widely used in the application field.
People generally understand glossiness from daily life such as highlights in makeup, etc. The display of glossiness can make people's skin look better. In fact, glossiness is the result of regular reflection of light on the object surface. The simple gloss discrimination can be done directly with the human eye. But the gloss of the object can also be tested more effectively by the gloss meter.
Gloss meter is widely used in testing the gloss of glass. According to the JIS standard, the glass surface with a refractive index of 1.567 is measured at an incidence angle of 60 degrees. And the reflectance is set to 100% when the reflectance is 10%, measured at an incidence angle of 20 degrees. The gloss is set when the reflectance is 5%. Through such a standard, it can be found in experiments that the ceramic tile has a relatively stable surface state in ceramic tiles of different glossiness, so it is widely used as a standard sheet of glossiness. In the same way, according to different actual needs, the gloss meter can be used to measure the gloss and the desired data result can be obtained.
Generally speaking, a good gloss not only represents a good visual effect, but also makes people more convinced about the quality and performance of the detected object. In daily life, by testing the gloss of the original painted car surface and the car with the invisible clothing attached. By comparing the different test results of the gloss meter, a better method of car surface maintenance can be obtained. These are all examples of bringing greater help to life through the data of the gloss meter.
The surface of different materials from plastic to metal can be measured by gloss meter and the measurement range is wide. The gloss range is 0-200Gu (in the range of 20 degrees). When using the gloss meter, you can select the basic mode or statistical mode for measurement in the mode selection menu; you can also select the angle to be displayed on the measurement angle interface. You can select two or three angles at the same time.
The gloss meter is a precise optical instrument. In order to better achieve the effect of use, the instrument must be properly stored and used. Try to avoid using the instrument in a highly influential or unfavorable environment such as humidity, strong electromagnetic interference, etc., causing irreversible damage to the instrument. After using the gloss meter, the instrument should be returned to its original position as soon as possible to reduce wear and tear. The best method is to use and store the gloss meter in a standard laboratory environment, while regularly testing the instrument usage.
With the development of society, the requirements for the measurement and quality inspection of materials and surface gloss in spraying, printing, metal, paint and other industries are also getting higher and higher. This provides a broad space for the further development of the gloss meter.