Supplier's Corner

PolyOne Introduces OnColor Color Selection CD ROM

November 3, 2006

The new OnColor color selection software simplifies the color evaluation and selection process, and enables designers to search more than 250 standard PolyOne colorants by resin, hue, FDA status and price. Color selectors can request color chips and submit custom matches electronically. The CD-ROM calculates the cost to color specific parts and analyzes cost differences depending on colorants, resins and let-down ratios.
Compatible with most resins, PolyOne’s OnColor catalog colorants include more than 250 standard colorants consisting of light, medium and dark shades of 12 primary colors as well as black and white. The colorants can have metallic or pearlescent special effects. OnColor catalog colorants are made without heavy metals and several FDA-compliant colorants are available.

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