The colors visible on the monitor screen have been generated electronically. They may differ from the actual colors of the painting, as the color reception is influenced by factors such as the finish and gloss of the material or lighting.
204, 203, 196 (#CCCBC4)
Light reflectance value (LRV) *
The reflectance value states the quantity of light reflected from a painted surface as a percentage. The reflectance value of the colour black is 0 % and the reflectance value of the colour white is 100 %. The lower a reflectance value a colour has, the higher can its temperature rise when it is exposed to sunlight. An increase in the temperature of the surface may accelerate a paint’s ageing reactions and create movement in the substrate which results from temperature fluctuations.