Glossmeters for flat surfaces
Gloss-meters are instruments to measure the reflective qualities of manufactured surfaces. They work by shining a light of known intensity at a surface and measuring the specular reflectance.
Two formal definitions of gloss are:
- The attribute of surfaces that causes them to have shiny or lustrous, metallic appearance.
- The mode of appearance by which reflected highlights of objects are perceived as superimposed on the surface due to the directionally selective properties of that surface.
|Rhopoint IQ ( Goniophotometer) 20°/60°/85°||Rhopoint IQ ( Goniophotometer) 20°/60°||Novo-Gloss 60° Glossmeter|
|Measure DOI, Haze, RSPEC and Gloss at 20/60/85˚||Measure DOI, Haze, RPSEC and Gloss at 20/60˚||Measure gloss at 60˚|
|Novo-Gloss Dualgloss 20/60° Glossmeter||Novo-Gloss Trigloss 20/60/85˚ Glossmeter||Optimap PSD|
|Measure gloss at 20/60˚||Measure gloss at 20/60/85˚||The first portable instrument to map and measure surface texture.|
|Novo-Gloss Trio||Novo-Gloss Lite 45° Glossmeter|
|Measure gloss at Gloss at 20/60/85˚||Measure gloss at 45˚|