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Easily find the RAL colour you are looking for. Thousands of RAL codes are online! The three main categories of RAL are present: RAL Classic, RAL Design & RAL Effect.
The reference+ more than 210 RAL Classic colours
6 RAL fluorescent colours
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The largest choice+ more than 1600 RAL Design colours
The most stylish+ more than 400 RAL Effect colours
RAL colours are divided into three main categories: RAL Classic, RAL Design and RAL Effect.
It is a colour standard created in the 1920's in Germany. In total, more than 1600 colours are referenced on the various colour charts available on the paint market.
These colours are mainly used in the decoration, building and industry sectors. RAL Classic colours are also used in the road sector (car and motorcycle bodywork, road marking, etc.).
Definition from Wikipedia:
RAL is a colour matching system used in Europe, created and administered by the German company RAL GmbH, a subsidiary of the German RAL Institute.
In everyday language, RAL refers to the RAL Classic system, mainly used for varnishes and powder coatings, but there are now also reference colour charts for plastics.
At the beginning of 2013, official RAL products are equipped with a hologram to make it difficult to produce unauthorized versions.
Imitations can have different hues and colours when viewed under different light sources.
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