“A girl should be two things classy and fabulous”. There are many fashion conscious women around the world, who literally follow this quote, said by French fashion designer, Gabrielle Bonheur “Coco” Chanel. Owing to the worldwide usage of make-up and other cosmetic products, the cosmetic industry has evolved into a Billion dollar industry. As per the recent survey, the market size of Indian cosmetic industry is around 6.5 billion and it will scale new heights within next few years. Both national and international brands are riding on this wave of success. Our Indian film industry has also played a very significant role in their growth by making us realize the importance of good looks and stylish appearance.
There are many new players, who want to enter this highly competitive & profitable market. Most of them come with complete knowledge of the domain and there are others, who do not even have the proper information & instruments to create a perfect colour palette with hundreds of different shades. To make this task easier, Testronix offers a portable and efficient TP310 Colour Palette Tester. This instrument can be used by manufacturers to measure the actual colour shade of each & every colour available in the palette. Moreover, it operates on the basis of colour detectors and by using different colour channels provided by national and international authorities like BIS, ISO, ASTM and others.
Working principle of TP310 Device?
This is a very easy to use and sophisticated testing device used for detecting & eliminating issues related to colour quality. The TP310 Colour Palette Tester comes with secure and high quality IC platform. Its working is based on efficient algorithms that aid in providing highly accurate and fast test results while fulfilling colour quality control requirements of the customer. This colour testing device is designed according to set ergonomic standards to perform both easy and difficult colour measuring tasks with utmost precision. In addition, D65 and D50 light source are used in this device for illumination.