Controlling and maintaining quality color standards
When it comes to color standards for powder coatings, there's more than meets the eye. Quality color standards aren't just a matter of pigments. They also involve gloss and texture. Therefore, managing and retaining quality color standards is a challenging job. This article explains the importance of this task and provides guidelines for managing quality color standards.
Color standards for powder coatings come in a variety of shapes and sizes. A color standard can be anything from a household appliance to a piece of fabric or a dashboard from an automobile. If it's critical to duplicate a color, none of these examples would be considered ideal color standards. Quality color standards are an exact representation of color, gloss, and texture. They're used to symbolize a specific color and to control color and gloss variances. To effectively ensure color accuracy and to avoid unnecessary and costly errors, you need to maintain and control a color standard. These can be monumental tasks.