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ASTM D2244:2016 Practice for calculation of color tolerances and color differences from instrumentally measured color coordinates

Abbreviation
ASTM D2244:2016
Valid from
01/01/2016

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SAI Global
Author
American Society of Testing and Materials
Information type
ASTM Standard
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Description

This practice covers the calculation, from instrumentally measured color coordinates based on daylight illumination, of color tolerances and small color differences between opaque specimens such as painted panels, plastic plaques, or textile swatches.

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ASTM D2244:2016 Practice for calculation of color tolerances and color differences from instrumentally measured color coordinates

Description

This practice covers the calculation, from instrumentally measured color coordinates based on daylight illumination, of color tolerances and small color differences between opaque specimens such as painted panels, plastic plaques, or textile swatches.

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ASTM D2244:2016 Practice for calculation of color tolerances and color differences from instrumentally measured color coordinates
Description

This practice covers the calculation, from instrumentally measured color coordinates based on daylight illumination, of color tolerances and small color differences between opaque specimens such as painted panels, plastic plaques, or textile swatches.

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