Pantone is the colour reference used globally for inspiration, specifications and accuracy in graphic and digital design. It is a reliable system for the selection of colour, an international colour language that is used for architectural design, sign graphics, corporate images, retail and other associated industries.
The range includes over 1500 distinct colours which can be colour matched and supplied in architectural grade polyester powder, minimum order quantity 20kgs and delivered in four days.
The finished products can be shipped to any location in the UK , Europe, North America or the Middle East for information on rates visit here.
The Pantone Range is separated into coated © and uncoated (u) colours, the same Pantone number will have a slightly different appearance when compared between the coated and uncoated range, as the latter is a less glossy appearance. The most popular range is the coated range and are displayed below. Although Avace can colour match to the uncoated range if required.
The Pantone colours are available in Architectural polyester gloss, semigloss or matt finish, meeting the requirements of BS EN 12206 for Aluminium and BS EN 13438 for Galvanised steel.
All Pantone colours can be matched in other powder types such as epoxy and epoxy-polyester. They are also available in different finishes such as textures and leatherettes. Pantone are constantly creating trends with the addition of new colours, if the Pantone colour you require is not shown or you require more information call Avace customer service on 01384 400355 or e mail your enquiry to email@example.com.
The colours depicted on the site are for guidance only. The displayed colour will depend on your monitor and browser and pearl or metallic colours cannot be shown adequately. The finished colour, therefore, may not be as shown here. Please use the official Pantone colour products for most accurate colour - available here.
PANTONE® is the registered trade name of Pantone LLC in New Jersey, a wholly owned subsidiary of X-Rite, Incorporated. The PANTONE® name is known worldwide as the standard language for colour communication from designer to manufacturer to retailer to customer.