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RAL Paint - What, When & How

RAL Paint - What, When & How

Martin Brown Paints 02/09/2017 0
RAL Paint - What, When & How          What is Ral and what does it stand for?  RAL is a coding system to define colors, The system was developed in 1927 in Germany   It stands for ReichsAusschuss für Lieferbedingungen.     The difference between Ral Classic & Ral Design  RAL CLASSIC colours have a 4 digit colour code the range consists of more than 200 colours    RAL DESIGN has been developed for professionals such as architects.  It contains 1688 colours arranged in systematic orde...
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Up Cycling with our Ral Colour aerosol spray paints

Up Cycling with our Ral Colour aerosol spray paints

Martin Brown Paints 25/08/2017 0
Up Cycling is easy with our Ral Colour aerosol spray paints,   This classic ash tray was in a poor condition when it was found in a local basement, but with a bit of elbow grease and a few cans of aerosol primer and Ral Aerosol spray paint it was quickly cleaned up and modernised     After a rub down with a red scotch cloth it was clean and ready for a coat of etch primer     After three coats of primer applied lightly to make sure it got into all the groves and detail work i...
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Our expanding range

Our expanding range

Martin Brown Paints 18/08/2017 0
Our online paint range is ever expanding we now list Ral Paints, Aerosols, Touch up bottles & spray paint with touch up bottles in other popular ranges such as British Standard, Pantone, NCS Natural Colour System & automotive colours,   However, we are capable of mixing much more than this we can also provide colours from popular decorative ranges in a variety of finishes such as gloss, satin or matt,   If you are struggling to find a colour that meets your requirement please get in touch, ...
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Guide to spray painting with aerosols

Guide to spray painting with aerosols

Martin Brown Paints 11/08/2017 0
Guide to spray painting with aerosols This is hopefully an easy to follow guide to spray painting with aerosol cans,   The items used in this guide are a single scotch cloth which is used to lightly abrade the surface off the item to be painted (it is similar to a brillo pad), a Monofill Etch Primer Aerosol and we used various colours of our Ral And British Standard spray cans.   (For more details on the individual products used or to purchase click on the items when theyre underlined & blu...
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What Is RAL?

What Is RAL?

Martin Brown Paints 08/06/2016 0
What Is RAL?     RAL is a colour matching system which is used throughout Europe. Often when people refer to RAL, they colloquially mean the RAL Classic System, which contains over 200 different colour tones and shades, ranging from white to black in its diversity. Traditionally, the RAL system was used as a reference for varnishes and powder coatings. However, in recent years, the system is now also used to reference plastics as well.   Due to counterfeit RAL products entering the mark...
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Octoral PH254 - High Production Non-Sanding Primer

Octoral PH254 - High Production Non-Sanding Primer

System Administrator 07/03/2016 0
  OCTORAL PH254 HIGH PRODUCTION NON-SANDING PRIMER High production It's in the name and it's pretty much everywhere else, but what does this actually mean? Octoral are really pushing the fact that this new product really improves productivity rates. This is because of the products ability to remove the need for sanding prior to and after priming E-coat panels.  Time saving Compared to the traditional high build primer process, Octoral PH254 saves approximately 75 minutes per job! When com...
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