Spectrophotometer for Pastes & Purees Color Measurement

Reviewed by Anurag Mishra (Sr. Technical Consultant)

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Pastes and purees play a major role in food development, adding unique flavours and appearance and influences the color of the final preparation. Leading brands across the globe believe in maintaining the texture and look of food products because it relates to the consumer’s perception of taste. 

However, the opaque nature of paste and puree make it difficult to conduct any sort of color measurement process. Thus, a highly efficient test equipment is required which deals in opaque color measurement.

 Portable Spectrophotometer is considered to be the best testing solution for conducting Pastes & Purees Color Measurement. It works with a broad spectrum of hue including white, black, dark and lighter shades. Suitable for testing literally any hue of paste or puree. It functions on reflectance based inspection of colors. Have an illumination of 45/0 degree similar to that of human eyes. The TP 800 model complies with CIE, CNS, ASTM E313, AATCC, and ASTM D1925 Standards.

Has a capacitive touchscreen display to see, manage and control the test process. Works with a visible spectrum of 400~700 nm Reflectance curve. The test results are controlled by a software program which assures accuracy. Universal Test Components will be required for conducting test on paste or puree. It is a part of Color measurement accessoryDual standard observer angles are provided. The light ray emitting from the source lamp is efficiently homogenized using large sized integrated sphere. Equipment can save up to 10000 test data. A silicon based photo diode array sensor installed in the device

Has a total of 18 light sources including Illuminant such as D65, D50, A, C, D55, D75, F1 to F12. Uses numerous color space indices like XYZ, CIE LAB, LCh, Yxy, HunterLAB, CIE LUV. The measuring aperture is of 8mm diameter.

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