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The Digital Colour Chart for concrete

The Concrete Palette™ by Davis Colors is the first computer-visualizing software tool that turns custom concrete colours viewed on a computer monitor into colours cast in concrete. With the ever-growing popularity of stamped concrete the Concrete Palette gives a designer more colour options for their stamped concrete or decorative concrete projects. Now it is possible to create a colour for stamped concrete that complements your own environment.

With the Concrete Palette™ you can view a "virtual sample tile" and then see what the colour looks like in different sample paving or architectural concrete project photos. You can enlarge the photo and see the impact of small colour changes using the "colour tuner" button. After selecting a colour, you can request a sample concrete swatch or order a custom-made concrete tile sample by clicking the "Get Sample" button.

The Concrete Palette™ is specifically calibrated to work together with Davis Colors' Chameleon™ automatic colour dosing system and Hydrotint liquid colour pigments. The Chameleon™ system is used in Ready Mix plants to automate the addition of colour much like a tinting system does in a paint store. These colours are mixed into the concrete for use in stamped concrete, decorative concrete, tilt-up and anywhere else concrete is used.

Source: Davis Colors

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