Color measurement in textile industry using Sensegood spectrophotometerThere are a number of variables that influence the apparent color of the final textile product. These include fiber variability, yarn and fabric constructions, and/or fabric wet processing techniques. For instance, cotton fibers have inherent variability in various fiber properties including fiber size, fiber length uniformity, fiber convolution count, and surface roughness. 
Sensegood spectrophotometer is the color measurement instrument that serves as a practical tool for textile color professionals. It supports reflectance measurement and related calculations as described in Instrumental Color Measurement by American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC). 
To build and maintain a brand of repute; product’s consistency is one of the most important parameter to be addressed. Using Sensegood spectrophotometer, you can ensure consistency and accuracy throughout your quality process by establishing color tolerances. A color tolerance is the acceptable difference in color between a sample and the standard.
- Basics of Color For Cotton Textile Products by Cotton Incorporated, North Carolina, published by America’s Cotton Producers and Importers, 2003. https://www.cottoninc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/ISP-1005-Basics-of-Color-for-Cotton-Textile-Products.pdf
- AATCC Technical Manual, Vol. 85, published by American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2010. https://www.aatcc.org/pubs/
This article is about spectrophotometer or full spectrum colorimeter for color measurement in textiles.