COLORBOND® steel
Basalt® Classic Cream™ Cottage Green® Cove® Deep Ocean® Dune® Evening Haze® Gully® Ironstone® Jasper® Mangrove® Manor Red® Monument® Night Sky® Pale Eucalypt® Paperbark® Shale Grey™ Surfmist® Terrain® Wallaby® Windspray® Woodland Grey®

Information Panel

CMYK : 51 43 40 32

RGB : 109 108 110

HEX : 6D6C6E

Colour Classification in Accordance
with the BCA and BASIX :

Solar Absorptance : 0.69

BCA Rating : D

BASIX Rating : M

Key : L - Light, M - Medium, D - Dark

Basalt®
 
Material & Colour Information
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COLORBOND® steel

COLORBOND® steel has undergone a major update featuring an expanded range of contemporary colours and new coating technologies for improved corrosion resistance and paint colour durability. The colour palette for new COLORBOND® steel has undergone its biggest change in more than 20 years. Underpinning new COLORBOND® steel is BlueScope’s new Activate™ technology, making new COLORBOND® steel more resistant to corrosion when drilled, cut or scratched, thereby prolonging its lifespan.

COLORBOND® steel is developed for, and therefore more resilient to, the intense sunlight and temperatures typical of Australian environments. BlueScope scientists have tested COLORBOND® steel in some of Australia’s harshest climates.

Rest assured that COLORBOND® steel is guaranteed to meet relevant Australian standards. Make sure you look for the brand as not all painted steel is genuine COLORBOND® steel.

Selecting a grade of COLORBOND® steel.
 
Corrosion Technical Bulletin CTB 12 - Dissimilar Metals
Source: steel.com.au
Classification of COLORBOND® steel colours for BCA and BASIX
 
How is COLORBOND® steel made?
Source: steel.com.au