Concrete & Masonry coloration can be accomplished using inorganic pigments and solvent dyes depending on the application which may include stucco, stamped concrete, interior & exterior polished architectural concrete, and fiber/cement blends for siding & roofing shingles.

Orco™ Inorganic Pigments

Shade

Index Name

Pigment Name

pH

Light Fastness (1-8)

Heat Stability (°F/°C)

Black 27

Orco CPX™ Black DBK

8.6

8

2200 / 1200

Black 26

Orco CPX™ Black GP

8.8

8

1500 / 800

Green 17

Orco CPX™ Black ED-G

5.2

8

1500 / 800

Brown 29

Orco CPX™ Black ED/IR-B

4.5

8

1500 / 800

Black 28

Orco CPX™ Black ED-JT

4.8

8

1500 / 800

Blue 28

Orco CPX™ Blue BB

9.5

8

1500 / 800

Blue 36

Orco CPX™ Blue DBG

8.6

8

1500 / 800

Blue 28

Orco CPX™ Blue ED-RB

4.8

8

1500 / 800

Blue 28

Orco CPX™ Blue ED-DB

5.1

8

1500 / 800

Blue 28

Orco CPX™ Blue TB

10.8

8

1500 / 800

Green 26

Orco CPX™ Green ED-DG

5.7

8

1500 / 800

Green 26

Orco CPX™ Green IR-DG

9.2

8

1500 / 800

Green 50

Orco CPX™ Green BG

9.6

8

1500 / 800

Green 50

Orco CPX™ Green MG

10.0

8

1500 / 800

Yellow 216

Orco CPX™ Orange ED-MO

4.9

8

600 / 320

Yellow 53

Orco CPX™ Yellow ED-BY

4.5

8

1500 / 800

Yellow 227

Orco CPX™ Yellow ED-CHY

4.3

8

600 / 320

Brown 24

Orco CPX™ Yellow ED-GY

4.2

8

1500 / 800

Yellow 42

Orco IO™ Yellow S

3-7

Orco IO™ Gold Yellow S

4-7

Red 101

Orco IO™ Red S-M

4.5-7.5

930-1382 / 499-750

Red 101

Orco IO™ Red S-LC

5-7

Orco IO™ Brown S

4-7

Black 11

Orco IO™ Black S

5-8

OrcoSolve™ MC Solvent Dyes

Shade

Index Name

OrcoSolve™

Specific Gravity

(g/cm3)

Light Fastness (1-8)

Yellow 90

Yellow GL-MC

1.560

7

Yellow 82

Yellow 2GN-MC

1.211

6-7

Orange 54

Orange RE-MC

1.330

6

Orange 99

Orange R-MC

1.160

6

Red 119

Fire Red G-MC

1.189

6

Red 122

Red B-MC

1.330

6

Blue 70

Blue 2GN-MC

1.235

5-6

Green –

Green BYS-MC

1.396

6

Brown 43

Brown 2RL-MC

1.390

7

Black 7

Nigrosine NB Base

1.250

5-6

Black 27

Black RE-MC

1.743

6

KEY

CPX=Complex, ED=Easily Dispersible, IO=Iron Oxide, IR=InfraRed Reflective

Actual pigment and dye samples must be evaluated in a laboratory on medium to be colored in production for accurate shade and physical property results. Shades shown on print material and computer monitors are for general reference only as they are inherently inaccurate due to calibration variations and technical limitations of monitors and printers.