Upgrade to the Ultimate Colour Quality Control for Liquids
May 16 2017 Read 758 Times
The Lovibond® PFXi spectrophotometer introduced a unique concept in liquid colour measurement. For the first time, this type of equipment offered the capability for remote calibration and servicing via the internet, eliminating any costs and time delays associated with servicing yet still ensuring compliance with a valid Calibration Certificate for auditors. This new technology, coupled with the Lovibond® accuracy of measurement, provided the industry with an ideal solution for constant, reliable colour measurement.
Since the launch of the Lovibond® PFXi spectrophotometer, the group has seen an unsurpassed success story. Internationally, the PFXi has become the de facto instrument for measuring the colour of liquids and is helping control quality in labs throughout the world.
Unique Offer of £500 off a PFXi Upgrade
Now the company is offering a unique chance for anyone still using the former Lovibond® PFX instrument to upgrade to this latest technology with £500 off any Lovibond® PFXi Series per PFX instrument.
Identifying the PFXi Range
No Need to Return Your Instrument
Unlike other similar campaigns, we are letting you keep your old instrument too. There is no need to return it. Simply send us a picture of the PFX and the serial number (found printed on the back) and then send a copy of your photos to email@example.com. We shall take it from there and apply the discount. This offer is valid from all international, qualified resellers.
About the PFXi
The PFXi spectrocolorimeters are simple to use with no need to build up calibration curves as they are already established in the instruments. The large, clear LCD screen allows the display of graphs and data in a wide variety of languages and the easy to use menu system guides operators through the selection of operating parameters. Measurements are initiated by just a single key press. The accuracy, repeatability and reproducibility of data provided by the instruments allow for tighter colour specifications and greater colour consistency, giving companies the confidence needed to make important decisions regarding high value products.
The PFXi range is available with the colour scales shown in the table (single or multi).
Upgrade to Additional Scales in the Field
Unsure which scales you might need in the future? With the PFXi, this is no problem. You can simply purchase the scale you need now and remotely upgrade to further scales in the future. There’s no need to pay for scales you may never need.
The remote upgrade feature allows the easy, flexible addition and upgrading of colour scales once the instrument is in service. A comprehensive list of available scales and advice on the selection of scales can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org.
RCMSi Technology – Calibration Capability via the internet
All PFXi instruments include the Lovibond® RCMSi technology (Remote Calibration & Maintenance Service via internet). This unique feature allows an optional calibrated measurement to be taken using a series of ISO 17025 certified liquid standards. The spectral response is transmitted to The Tintometer Ltd’s secure calibration server in the United Kingdom. On completion of the procedure, a traceable calibration certificate is made electronically available to you. The RCMSi system not only gives the you added confidence that your instrument is working within tight ISO standards but also reduces the need for expensive on-site servicing and preventative maintenance of the unit. 
For further details on the PFXi series, please visit www.lovibondcolour.com, contact your local Lovibond® representative, email email@example.com or call directly on +44 (0)1980 664 800.
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