What is a Colorimeter?
A colorimeter is an instrument used for colour measurement based on optical comparison with standard colours. A colorimeter determines the relative percentages of light absorbed at different wavelengths - just like a spectrophotometer. Photocells measure the intensity of light transmitted (viz. reflected) by the sample at a number of wavelength bands. The intensity is related to the amount of a given colorant in (or on) the sample. The higher the colorant concentration, the lower the transmitted intensity.
What products do R.M.S Ltd offer for Colour Measurement?
Portable Hand Held Instruments:
Our New C401 Colorimeter is the latest laboratory grade microprocessor-based meter for the measurement of Free Chlorine, Total Chlorine, Cyanuric Acid and pH. Designed to deliver quick, accurate and repeatable results, the meter comes with large custom-made LCD and user-friendly self-diagnostic warning messages. Meters are supplied with reagents and sample vials in rugged
carrying cases for swift testing on the go. Be it for swimming pools, spas, industrial wastewater, municipal treated water monitoring, paper and pulp mills or water conditioning control, you can select from the C401, C301, C201, C101 or C102 models.
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