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The Cost of Custom Color & RAL Color Chart

OCCOutdoors offers the most popular colors requested on site furnishings. We also offer the full range of RAL colors and architectural colors. We do prefer to stay with the super TGIC powder coats rather than the standard TGIC powder coats due to them having much better all-around durability.

If a non-standard color is requested the price of the unit of units are affected only by the additional paint cost. The following explains the additional cost.

The follow are basic guide lines but can vary depend on witch product is being painted.

The average 6-foot bench takes about 3 pounds of TGIC powder paint and a trash receptacle takes about 2 pounds.

 

Options

TGIC powder paint comes in 5-, 25-, and 50-pound lots.

» One (1) 5-pound box cost $100.00 with shipping and will paint one 6-foot bench or two trash receptacles.

 
This means that a flat $100 needs to be added to an order for custom paint for one bench or 2 trash receptacles.

» Two (2) 5-pound boxes cost $200.00 with shipping and will paint three 6-foot benches or up to 5 trash receptacles.

 
So a flat $200 needs to be added to an order for custom paint for 2-3 benches or 3-5 trash receptacles.

» (1) 25-pound box cost $350.00 with shipping and will paint 8-10 benches or up to 12 trash receptacles.

 
A flat $350 needs to be added to an order for custom paint for 4-10 benches or 6-12 trash receptacles.

 

Volume Orders

Volumes greater than ten (10) benches or twelve (12) trash receptacles normal price will not have a charge for custom paint.

These are only averages for TGIC powder paint used on 6-foot benches and single-trash receptacles. If larger products are sold, such as the Madison trash receptacle, 8-foot benches or dual or triple recycled bins, the amount of TGIC powder paint will need to be adjusted accordingly.

While the colors on a computer monitor may vary from the actual color (depending on the settings on your monitor), you can see the full range of RAL colors here.

If you would like to learn more about TGIC powder paint, the following links are both a great source of information:

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