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These are ICD’s standard colors for both the OPACI-COAT-300® and OPACI-COAT-500® product lines, includes all application types: spray, roller coater, or screen print.  Please refer to your price schedule for proper pricing.

0-0020 Snow White0-0020 Snow White

on Clear Glass

0-0186 Light White on Clear0-0186 Light White

on Clear Glass

0-1060 White on Clear Glass0-1060 White

on Clear Glass

1=0016 Charcoal1-0016 Charcoal

on Clear Glass

1-9212 Primary Black1-818 Black

on Clear Glass

2-0225 Evergreen2-0225 Evergreen

on Clear Glass

2-743 Harmony Solex on Clear2-743 Solex

on Clear Glass

3-0586 Guardrail3-0586 Medium Gray

on Clear Glass

3-0770 Warm Gray on Clear3-0770 Warm Gray

on Clear Glass

3-747 Graylite#143-747 Graylite #14

on Clear Glass

3-820 Harmony Gray on Clear3-820 Gray

on Clear Glass

3-967 Black Gray3-967 Black-Gray

on Clear Glass

4-0925 Neutral4-0925 Neutral

on Clear Glass

4-822 Harmony Bronze4-822 Bronze

on Clear Glass

4-975 Lava Bronze4-975 Lava Bronze

on Clear Glass

6-0025 Harmony Blue on clear6-0025 Blue

on Clear Glass

Please note that when viewed on different monitors these colors will show slight to dramatic color differences unless the given monitor has been calibrated. Every attempt has been made to ensure the above colors are as close to the actual sample on glass as possible. Please contact us to request a free sample on your glass of choice.

Interesting Bit of Trivia: “Why are all the standard colors so dark and so close in color?”
Many years ago commercial glass wasn’t as clear or “having a high transmittance of light” as it is today.  The old performance glass used tints and highly reflective coatings on the glass to give it some energy performance.  The glass being naturally very dark, it didn’t take much in color change to get a dark spandrel to harmonize with the natural color of the glass.  The colors have been around for a long time and are still used today, hence still being standard colors.  Today, they are used more to give that old commercial glass look on standard clear glass or high transmittance reflective glass.
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