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Possible alternative colours to RAL 2012 - Salmon orange from the RAL Classic colour range

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  • = Noticeably different
  • = Different
  • = Slightly Different
  • = Close but distinguishable
  • = Distinguishable to the practiced eye
  • = Virtually indistinguishable
Reference Range Description Charts

Reference:

RAL 2012

Range:

RAL Classic

Description:

Salmon orange

 

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Reference
RAL 2012

Reference

173 U

Range:

Pantone U 
 
173 U - Pantone U

Reference

ECFESTIV

Range:

Fired Earth 

Description

Festival orange 
ECFESTIV - Fired Earth

Reference

SW 6621

Range:

Sherwin-Williams 

Description

Emotional 
SW 6621 - Sherwin-Williams

Reference

LPC 0563

Range:

Isomat 
 
LPC 0563 - Isomat

Reference

7597 U

Range:

Pantone U 
 
7597 U - Pantone U

Reference

S 2060-Y70R
 
S 2060-Y70R - NCS 2050

Reference

RAL 410-6

Range:

RAL Effect 
 
RAL 410-6 - RAL Effect

Reference

TSD 6-5-2

Range:

DIN 6164 
 
TSD 6-5-2 - DIN 6164

Reference

PPG17-16

Range:

PPG / Johnstone's

Description

Candy corn 
PPG17-16 - PPG
= noticeably different
= different
= slightly different
= close but distinguishable
= distinguishable to the practiced eye
+ = virtually indistinguishable

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The finished colour, therefore, may not be as shown here.

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