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Application Standards

ISO 13655, ISO 5-4


A spectrodensitometer is a precision instrument that combines the functionalities of a spectrophotometer and a densitometer to provide detailed color and density measurements. It is designed to measure the spectral data of printed materials and adjust color accuracy, even on substrates with fluorescent whitening agents. By analyzing the light source and adjusting colors accordingly, it ensures uniform color appearance to the human eye, making it essential in industries requiring precise color control and quality assurance.


Spectrodensitometers are widely used in various industries for their ability to provide accurate color and density measurements. They are crucial in the printing and packaging industries for maintaining color consistency and quality control. In manufacturing, they help in evaluating the color of materials and products to ensure they meet specified standards. They are also used in research and development for testing the effects of fluorescent whitening agents in paper and other substrates. Additionally, they play a significant role in the formulation and correction of inks in the ink manufacturing industry.

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