Colour is a visual stimulant that affects the human brain and perceptions on conscious and unconscious levels. When it comes to the colour of building materials, the choice has a significant impact on the ambiance of a space. For example, yellow is often perceived as a warm and welcoming colour, while green creates a sense of calm and simplicity. No matter what colour palette your customers choose, the material manufacturer must ensure that colour remains consistent. Using the right colour measurement for building materials can ensure consistent monitoring and control across products.
HunterLab systems measure reflected and transmitted colour of various building industry products such as concrete, adhesives, grout, tiles, siding, roofing and glass. They give numerical values that correlate to what you see and are used for quality control, process control and sorting. Portable, bench and on-line systems are available.