FAQ: “… I just need to find a way to better condition the samples for consistency. I can get some pretty consistent results on my own, but once it’s in a general QC lab, it’s going to need some standardization.”
Hygrochromic (also called hydrochromic) and Thermochromic textiles, powders, packaging, paper and pharmaceuticals benefit from the use a conditioning cabinet to acclimatize the sample to a fixed temperature and humidity condition prior to color measurement. Consistent color measurement requires consistent sample preparation.
One source for a sample conditioning cabinet is:
Parameter Generation & Control Black Mountain, NC 28711 USA +828-669-8717 www.humiditycontrol.com
This company has global distributors for Europe, IMEA and the Far East.