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RAL DESIGN Single Sheet DIN A4
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• A4-sized 21.0 x 29.7 cm
• Does not include the 26 new pastel colours
• Spectrophotometrically documented upon request
• Available as complete set in ring binders
Rs 2,200
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RAL Colorcatch Nano Colorimeter
Dispatched in 3 to 5 Days
The colorimeter RAL COLORCATCH NANO measures up to five colours at the same time, regardless of surface and material, and finds the corresponding RAL colour shade. The shade is shown with digital colour values and –using the app RAL iColours**- applied to an object directly. During the colour measurement, all non-dominating colour shades, shadows or dirt are eliminated automatically.Ask for DiscountsNANO reads and measures 50’000 pixels separately.RAL COLORCATCH NANO incorporates a revolutionary new technology (patent pending) to accurately measure the color of smooth, structured or patterned surfaces to determine the corresponding color of the preselected swatch.
Rs 50,350
Rs 53,000
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RAL D8 Box + 8 colour Fan Decks
Currently Being Delayed Due to High Demand
RAL DESIGN SYSTEM - The CIELab-based colour system
The RAL DESIGN system provides 1,825 colours arranged according to hue (H), lightness (L) and chroma (C).
RAL D8 - Box with 8 colour fan decks:
• Box format 28.0 x 11.5 x 6.5 cm
• CIELab colour circle in inside cover
• 1,825 colours
• 230 colours per fan deck
• 1 colour each page
• Fan deck format 10.0 x 3.3 x 5.0 cm
• Clearly arranged system
• Semi matt
Rs 32,300
Rs 34,000
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RAL D4 Colour Atlas DESIGN 1,825
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RAL DESIGN SYSTEM - The CIELab-based colour system
The RAL DESIGN system provides 1825 colours arranged according to hue (H), lightness (L) and chroma (C).
RAL D4 - Colour atlas containing all 1825 RAL DESIGN colours:
• Atlas size 31.5 x 28.0 cm
• Colour size 1.7 x 1.7 cm
• Semi matt
Rs 38,950
Rs 41,000
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RAL D2 Colour Fan Deck DESIGN 1,825 [2022 Edition]
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The Creation of RAL DESIGN Colour references has made life little easier for architects, designers, advertising agencies and many others for advanced colour management. The development of RAL DESIGN colour fan has bought an amenity for various designers, architects and many others they make use of RAL design colour fan to miss match various colour combinations.  RAL DESIGN D2 colour chart incorporates the intact collection of explicit colours which are quite simple to use, and it offers various professional colour users, a simple 7 digit code system for leisure of selection.
Rs 14,850
Rs 16,500

RAL Design has been developed for sophisticated colour design and is the standard for architects, designers and advertising agencies.With its methodically arranged, colour metric defined colour shades the RAL Design System is the perfect instrument for colour design. Since its debut in 1993 RAL Design has become the top choice for creative colour design, especially when requiring a multitude of colour nuances.


The colours of the RAL DESIGN SYSTEM plus are organised systematically in Hue, Lightness and Chroma values.
Fig. 1 shows the spatial building of the RAL DESIGN SYSTEM plus. Following the sequence of the colour spectrum, the hues are organised in a circle. The designations correspond with the angles. Red can be found at 0° (= 360°), yellow at 90°, green at 180° and blue at 270° (fig. 3). The different values of lightness that are possible within each hue are arranged in various levels. Fig. 4 shows one of these levels. The non-chromatic axis (fig. 2) runs through its centre. This axis is synonymous with the scale for lightness. The non-chromatic axis starts with 0 at the bottom showing black, followed by continuously lighter greys ending with 100 on top. The term of Chroma is being illustrated in figure 4. The Chroma of a colour is the intensity of its colouring. It increases gradually starting at the central non-chromatic axis and ending outside. Its value on the axis is zero.

The structure of the RAL D2 DESIGN SYSTEM plus is not arbitrary. It follows an internationally used colour measurement system laid down by CIE (Commission International d´Eclairage) in 1976. The colour distances between the individual colours are defined by the CIELAB-colour distance formula. They are also embedded in DIN 6174.