Inh. Renate Wolber
Obere Grüben 8
97877 Wertheim, OT Bettingen
British Standard BS 5252F
Framework of colour co-ordination for building purposes, confirmed 1996.
This British Standard establishes a framework within which 237 colours have been selected as the source for all building colour standards and the means of co ordinating them. A colour is only standardized when it is included in another British Standard, such as those that have been derived for paints (BS 4800, 100 colours), vitreous enamel (BS 4900, 199 colours), plastics (BS 4901, 124 colours) and sheet and tile flooring (BS 4902). Such standards contain only a proportion of the total colours in this British Standard, selected to meet design requirements within relevant technical and economic constraints.
The aim of this standard is to provide a basis for implementing the aims of colour co ordination in the building industry, which are:
- to bring the colours of building materials and finishes into a systematic relationship;
- to combine economy in the number of colours used with sufficient flexibility for meeting design and technical requirements.
- 237 patterns, seperated in 5 groups
- big colour patterns: 61 x 64 mm, matt
- 3 patterns every paper
- Munsell encoding for each color
- size: ca. 6,1 x 29,7 cm
BS 5252F color listList with the color numbers and Munsell codes of BS 5252F