StoColor 800 Collection

StoColor 800 Collection

The foundation of color for Sto since 1965, this collection of 800 colors was formulated as a direct complement to the range of human visual perception.

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31100Color Number
lrv – Light Reflectance Value (LRV)
C1Colorant Charge
OUse for Sto Silicate Products
*Additional limitations may apply

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56 C3 O
RGB: 155,122,102
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Primary Colors

Human perception is primarily able to distinguish the colors yellow, orange, red, violet, blue and green. This perceptions scheme forms the starting point of the StoColor System.

Secondary Colors

The six primary perception areas are each mixed out into four further color levels. The result is the twenty-four part color wheel that forms the basis of the StoColor System.

Mix out colors

Known as the five color rows of the twenty-four basic colors, each basic color possesses five color rows mixed out according to the principle of a same-color triangle resulting in 800 total colors.

Please note: The colors presented on this chart are representations. Actual color of manufactured product may vary slightly from the chart. Color perception is affected by degree of gloss, texture, and lighting conditions. For best results always request a product sample, select color under natural lighting conditions, and construct full scale job site mock ups for final color approval. Minor shade variations may occur from batch to batch (refer to batch no. on pail). Avoid installing separate batches side-by-side and avoid application in direct sunlight. Avoid installing new finish adjacent to weathered or aged finish. Sto Corp. will not be responsible for shade or color variation from batch to batch, variation caused by application or substrate deficiencies, or fading resulting from natural causes such as weather.

See Sto Tech Hotline Nos. 0694-C for helpful tips on prevention of color problems.
For Continuous Insulation (ci) select colors with light reflectance value of 20 or greater.

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