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Color System | LOTTE Advanced Materials

Color Numbering System

Color Code: the type of colors

LOTTE Advanced Materials classifies colors into 14 categories; chromatic colors are marked by numbers and achromatic colors by alphabets. ('F' code for florescent color, 'V' code for UV-function color)

Degree of Brightness

The degree of brightness is based on nine levels from 1 to 9. The darkest level is 1 and the brightest is 9. The number is positioned in the second place in the color code.

Serial Number: the chronological order

The serial numbers are assigned to colors in a chronological order in each given color type and brightness level.

LOTTE Advanced Materials‘s Special Color Coding System

Special color codes have five digits in total. The first two digits of special colors are alphabets, representing which effect the color has. The third digit is color classification, and the fourth and fifth digits are reserved for the serial number.

Special Color Code System

General Color

LOTTE Advanced Materials proposes better colors to customers by embracing the internationally approved standard color samples and designing plastic colors that reflect customers’ demand and meet internal quality standards.

  • RAL Color Book
  • Pantone Color Book
  • DIC Color Book
  • NSC Color Book

Special Color

LOTTE Advanced Materials‘s special colors are largely divided into visual effects and functional effects. Visual effects involve various effects on the exterior; special functions make the products stand out with differentiated features.

Visual Effect
  • Emotional Feeling Material Color
  • Sparkling Color
  • Pearl Metal Color
  • Chameleon Color
  • Marble Color
  • Super Fluorescence Color
Function Effect
  • Light Diffusion Color
  • Phosphorescent Light Color
  • Temperature – Sensitive Color
  • UV Sensitive Color
  • Amethyst Color
  • Lacquer Color
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