Mangal GD Gloss meter

Gloss measurement

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Mangal
Gloss meter from Mangal Instrumentation

Mangal Instrumentation, an ISO 9001 2008 company based in Nehru Place in Delhi, has introduced the GD Gloss meter, a new model to test the gloss of any flat surface of plastic
mouldings, plastics and plastic films. It is also used for floor maintenance, surface cleaning quality control and for the gloss measurement of stone and tiles. The GD gloss meter can
check printed gloss whether it is the paper surface or coatings as well as the quality of gloss for paints and inks. Other related industrial uses include the measurement of polished metal surfaces, measurement of chrome plating, inspection of paint protection and waxing, auto body paint, surface inspection of chrome plating and the evaluation of detergents and washers.

Technical specifications – Display 4 digits; Backlit LED measuring geometry 60 Degrees; Range 0.1 to 199.9. Gloss units accuracy ±1.0 gloss unit (against reference standard);
Resolution 0.1 gloss unit; Repeatability ±0.5 GU (0… 99.9); Power supply 230V 50Hz; Working conditions Temperature range 0 to 40℃; Humidity up to 85%RH. Contact Mangal Instrumentation, 134,Apna Bazar, Nehru Nagar, New Delhi-110065. Phone 65845192,29842634, 29843129. www. mangalinstrumentation.com

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