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ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Mason Color�s new line of inorganic pool colors have been formulated and prepared to allow your pool system to
have stability, high tint strength and easy ability to mix into many standard pool plaster systems. They have been tested
under heavy alkaline and acidic conditions with very good results. Also, they have withstood weathering conditions
performed under ASTM D-4587 and corrosion conditions performed under ASTM B-117. Mason Pool Colors will
allow you to have the confidence to prepare pool and spa plaster mixes, decking systems and pool paints that can
stand the test of time.

The color chips shown in the color chart were prepared with a plaster formula of 60 parts quartz aggregate and 40
parts white Portland cement. They have been shown �wet� to represent underwater conditions. Mason Color under-
stands the difference between physical appearance and computer generated images. We are prepared to send you
samples, of any color you desire, for testing prior to onsite usage. Our technicians are experienced to help customize
your own color using various combinations displayed in the catalog. Many variables occur in basic plaster raw
materials. Actual results may differ from those shown in our color chart and
no guarentee or warranty is expressed or implied.

Color swatches are approximate and representative. Please contact Mason Color for a Color Catalog here.
 

 
5729 7315
5766 7316
7218 7359
7219 7389
7225 7390
7255 7652


The swatches in this guide are as accurately represented as the RGB display process will allow.

For more information or technical assistance, please contact Mason Color Works, Inc., Pool Division,
Customer Service Department at: (330) 385-4400 or FAX: (330) 385-4488 or Email Technical Support.



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