Modular Kitchen furniture is highly demanded by today’s millennial generation. No one wants a boring kitchen now. Consumers are very particular now a days for the color, gloss degree and texture of the furniture which are to be fitted in the kitchen. They want it to be as per the design and interiors. Everything should be in contrast or matching as per their requirements. Manufacturers although are facing a tough challenge to fulfil the demands and for which they are investing more and more into quality test and color measurement techniques. It is difficult to ensure customers that this particular color or surface is exactly this much glossy or this much red.

Hence, it would easier to convince them if there are values to prove the gloss reflection of products. This can be done with use of highly precise instruments which can record gloss reflections such as Testronix Gloss Meter. It can detect the reflected gloss from any material surface and can tell if the material is glossy or non-glossy and can also let the user have quantitative value for the glossiness of the material. This can help the user to decide if the gloss is as per the industry criteria or not. The device can test gloss property of different materials such as plastics, metals, paints, papers and ceramics. It is considered appropriate for testing the gloss of kitchen furniture. The design of the machine allow various standard test methods and complies with various global test standards like ASTM D2457, ASTM D523, ISO2813, and GB/T 9754.

The display screen has feather-touch touchscreen feature, allow users to experience modern day testing. Highly advanced software programs are used for faster and accurate test values. It is also termed as Tri-angle gloss meter due to the use of three standard angle i.e. 20-degree, 60-degree, and 85-degree for testing the gloss reflection. This allow user to have a wide range in their testing criteria. Feature of auto-calibration of data is provided for setting data as per industry set criteria. The test data scanned is automated recorded in the memory even after multiple and repeatable testing.