Knowledge Base

Colour measurement is a versatile and specialised analysis method used in a wide range of applications. Expert knowledge is therefore not only in demand by those who lack the practice. Experts can also always benefit from tips and tricks. Our specialists explain how colour measurement works exactly and take a closer look at important issues. o that you are always and everywhere up-to-date. It's worth browsing!

Beer-Lambert Law - A sample becomes more saturated with colour as the path length or concentration increases.

The increasing trend of oil usage worldwide and the resultant effect on price fluctuations is driving the need for more accurate analysis within the supply chain. Specific to this is the rising popularity of Palm Oil and its derivatives: non-repetitive analysis across refineries, however, is still an issue.

When deciding which colour difference calculation to use, consider the following rules

Defining the colour of a product and ensuring its colour accuracy every time are critical to long-term success and accurate communication within a supply chain.

A complete glossary about our colour terms

Biofuel is becoming increasingly popular as a valid alternative fuel similar to conventional or ‘fossil’ diesel. Biofuels can be produced from straight vegetable oil, animal oil/fats, tallow and waste cooking oil. The largest possible source of suitable oil comes from oil crops such as rapeseed, palm or soybean. All of these sources can vary significantly in their colours.