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ppgpaintlady Mon Jun 18, 2012 3:26 pm

Austin16V wrote: Hi,

My local paint shop have no codes for L21 (pearl Grey).

I am after some 2K and some cellulose.
They use ICI for 2K and Maxmayer for celly.

Any help appreciated!

Thanks

--I only see that is avalible in PPG Global DG, Sorry!

matumorales Tue Aug 21, 2012 2:38 pm

Hello, everybody!

This is my first post, and I hope everyone appreciates it! I've just stumbled across the Holy Grail of Glasurit Paint codes:

http://color-online.glasurit.com/

At this website, you just type the paint code you desire to obtain a formula of (i.e.: "L457" for the all-time most sought-after "Cadmium Red") on the first field up left and press the "Start Search" button. BINGO! You have just found your color!

Then you click on the color's name (middle field) and select your paint line in the bottom left field (usually formulas are for paint line 22 and 68, although you might find some line 55 paints occasionally) and then press the "Next" button on the bottom-right corner of the page. VOILÁ!! You have all the formulas to get that exact paint color!

Usually, you don't only get one formula, you can get many different base combination formulas that reproduce the exact same color!! L456 Ruby Red had 4 different mix-ups!! YAY!!!

Besides, you can enter your target value (in kilograms or liters) for how much paint you want to get, the page will automatically calculate how much of each base you need to mix (in grams) to obtain the exact amount of paint you specified... or, you can specify if you're dealing with a small, medium or large car, and then check the panels you intend to paint (i.e., one fender and one door) on the sample car that's on the side and the page actually calculates how much paint you need to paint that panel... and then, you can PRINT all the results!!!! Not only the formula for your target value, but also a comparative of different default target values, and the Cumulative Values of each base being added

Most codes are available in Glasurit line 22 base (AD2224)

Is this amazing or what??

woodwerker Fri Oct 12, 2012 6:50 am

Anybody know what the Glasurit variant codes on that site mean?

Glasurit Line 22
Glasurit Line 90
Glasurit Line 68
Glasurit Line 55

???

matumorales Fri Oct 12, 2012 7:21 am

woodwerker wrote: Anybody know what the Glasurit variant codes on that site mean?

Glasurit Line 22
Glasurit Line 90
Glasurit Line 68
Glasurit Line 55

???

It refers to the different basecoat systems. Line 90, for instance, is water-borne, while lines 22 and 55 are solvent-borne. It all depends on the color-system your paint shop offers. The formulas are different from one line to another, because the base colors used to achieve the desired tone are also different.

58silvert Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:29 pm

Here is the DoveBlue code and formula from AkzoNobel Sikkens. This is by far one of the best paints out there.
This is a 2 stage, so base and clear coat.
Is made from their autowave MM line, which is the latest ecofriendly waterborne paint. Let me know if you guys need other colors as I will be posting some of the popular ones soon.

AKZO code is FLNA50549

Here are the toner need it

098 41.2g
971 1.1g
575 12.3g
744 23.4g
Activator waterborne 29.2g
This formula gives you 0.10 liters, is what I use to make the spray out card in the picture.




Gustav_t Tue May 20, 2014 5:26 am

1972 combi - cargo floor colour?
I was told that it was L275 leight beige.
My painter says thats a 1955 metallic colour!!!


G.

cgolloub Tue Jun 17, 2014 7:41 am

I am restoring 1973 Bus. After much time and phone calls, I found out that the Pastel white (L90D) has a Chromabse nunmber 8561K and Kasan Red (L30B) is RS583K, Hope this helps some one...

NoRules Sun Nov 23, 2014 5:03 pm

Does anyone know the paint code crossover number for L62 ivory for BASF RM paint? OR know where i can find it?
Thanks jerry
[email protected] .com

nordtveit Mon Dec 22, 2014 4:57 am

Anyone know what colour it is on the face plate of this radio?


easy e Wed Feb 11, 2015 3:22 pm

what vehicle is your radio from?

Mark W. Roush Wed Mar 25, 2015 6:13 pm

Since it seems that LH9D Damuso White was only used in 1983 -84, I cannot find any way to match it and would like to get as close as I can. Does anyone know of a supplier of this original color? Scanners don't even seem to be able to get close! Thanks, Mark

karmann1st Sun Apr 26, 2015 5:13 pm

Hi everyone,
after looking at my 71 ghia VIN number 1412436742
and thanks to the samba VIN decoder I realized that the factory paint Code for my ghia is #24.
I am looking all the technical data for a 71 and others and I can't find a factory code 24.
I will appreciate any help.
Regards,
AG

wcfvw69 Tue Sep 29, 2015 1:56 pm

https://www.thesamba.com/vw/gallery/pix/1409905.jpg

L-581 Wolkenweiss paint code BASF

jmvw Thu Oct 01, 2015 4:57 pm

I found what seems to be a good match for L471 stone beige.

It's from Dimension's D5 line (single stage urethane) and the color code is 50684. I'll post a pic once I get it sprayed on my wheels.

jmvw Fri Oct 09, 2015 3:41 pm

Have you guys seen this site?
http://colorexplorer.rmpaint.com

It works just like the Glasurit site at http://coloronline.glasurit.com, but brings up formulas for other RM/BASF paints -- the single stage urethane UNO line, most notably.

I couldn't find anyone local with Glasurit Line 22, but I did find a shop with UNO, so I got my L457 Cadmium Red for my wheels :-).

Tcash Thu Oct 15, 2015 1:50 pm

http://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?p=7851583#7851583


jmvw Thu Oct 22, 2015 10:39 am

Here's a pic of one of my wheels in Stone Beige and Cadmium Red.

If you look closely at the chips on the ground, you'll see the beige one is split in half -- the left side was sprayed with the L471 Stone Beige interior paint from Wolfsburg West and the right side was sprayed with the D5 50684 that was color-matched. In the picture the right side looks lighter, but it's just because it's glossier.


jtauxe Wed Mar 30, 2016 5:42 pm

In a paint color thread that I cannot seem to find now, someone asked if I could post the recipes for the paint codes that I had got from Sherwin-Williams Automotive. Here goes (and if anyone finds that thread again, please let me know). These are the values from the sticker on the can.

Base Paint: Dimension DM628

L65K Ravenna Green:
Code:
DM628 Base Paint 75.77 g
DM529 Clean Yel  70.89 g
DM528 Ferrite    16.63 g
DM504 Yellow G    3.29 g
DM522 Strong W    0.08 g


L64M Apple Green: (I think they struggled a bit with this one)
Code:
DM628 Base Paint 77.50 g
DM529 Clean Yel  52.43 g
DM505 Green      17.64 g
DM526 Red Yell   12.58 g
DM510 Blue        2.29 g
DM524 Dark Yel    1.91 g
DM504 Yellow G    0.95 g
DM500 Strong B    0.48 g
DM511 Blue Gre    0.48 g
DM522 Strong W    0.29 g


I believe that these are both in their system, as was Olympic Blue (the stripe color).

Tcash Thu Apr 21, 2016 8:16 am

Chrome Yellow L20A
PPG 2687
Dupont 43300
Acme Rogers 91740

http://paintref.com/cgi-bin/colorcodedisplay.cgi?m...mp;rows=50

Tcash

oldthingguy Tue Jun 14, 2016 7:11 pm

I have a 1963 single cab - the exterior is L380 Turquoise and the interior appears to be Ivory? Would that be the same as the exterior Ivory L62? I found an aerosol for the green, any matches for the interior? Thank you.



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