BS381 Colour Chart
The British Standard 381C colour paint range is offered in a limited number of products and a minimum of 5 Litres per colour. BS381C is a range of special and mixed colours, particularly for military use.
Increasingly there is a demand for individual or unusual colour matching by the consumer, as well as a requirement for the matching of corporate colours for large organisations. We also continue to see a need for matching paint colours with the surrounding environment. Most paint manufactures will only mix bespoke colours in large volumes. We are able to mix colours in quantities as small as 10.0 Litres in the majority of our coatings and finishes. We do however require a sample of the colour that you would like us to match. We will confirm our ability (or otherwise) to match the colour and sheen levels upon receipt. A standard charge of £30.00 + VAT is made for this service, in addition to the cost of the products. Please feel free to call us about these services.
We also have a range of metallic colours including Silvers and Golds ideally suited to wrought iron applications. These are excellent options in instances where budget limitations preclude the use of Gold Leaf. Suitable for both internal and external decorative and architectural effects. BS4800 & RAL colours also available.
For further information please also see the Surfaces and Product pages of our site. All products can be found in our Product pages and are listed with individual pricing. Alternatively, please use the "Search" window in the top right corner of each page.
Technical Paints - 01202 295570.
BS381C Colour Chart. Due to differences in screen displays that are beyond our control, the colours on these pages cannot be guaranteed to match the actual colour of the manufactured product. All colours shown here are for guidance only.
Many of our products are temperature sensitive and have an optimum temperature application range to ensure their best performance. We recommend that you check your local weather conditions prior to starting your project. Visit the BBC Weather Site for your area.