Color Guide

DynaPanel Stone is available in a broad spectrum of natural, traditional and modern colours and finishes.
DynaPanel Glass provides long lasting vibrant colours based on the RAL colour guide, the wide range of colours will help you complete your design vision.
Our colour guides below show all of our standard colours and finishes. To ensure availability and to request samples, please contact us.

Note: Colours displayed are computer generated for reference purposes and may not accurately represent the actual colour.

The below glass colours are the most popular selections. A full range of RAL colours are available on request.

Note:
The shown colours should be used as a reference only. Online images, printed media and final produced materials can appear different due to variations in materials they are printed onto. To gain a true colour representation, please request samples here.

Squirrel Grey
RAL 7000
Traffic Green
RAL 6024
Signal Grey
RAL 7004
Flame Red
RAL 3000
Agate Grey
RAL 7038
Traffic White
RAL 9016
Pure Orange
RAL 2004
Traffic Yellow
RAL 1023
Jet Back
RAL 9005
Signal Blue
RAL 5005
Light Blue
RAL 5012
Basalt Grey
RAL 7012
Silver Grey
RAL 7001
Light Green
RAL 6027
Sky Blue
RAL 5015

Stone has been used for thousands of years and remains a classic look. As stone is natural there can be variations in its colour, texture and form. Laying out a few pieces to understand the true resulting pattern effect is common practice for natural stone materials.

The standard DynaPanel Stone colours provide a wide range of options for any project design.

SLATE: Beauty. Naturally.

Slate is the material of choice for designers seeking a wide range of colour and texture options for their project.

Slate is the result of a geological process unfolding over millions of years. Originally mud on the vast sea floors that covered much of the world, then transforming to mountainous areas by tectonic shifts in the earth’s surface, the minerals crystallized under pressure and heat to develop the schistose structures typical of slate. Due to the unique geology of different sourcing areas, slate offers a wide range of colours and textures.

QUARTZITE: Stunning.

Quartzite stone is the material of choice for discerning designers seeking a visually stunning design effect.

The silicon content within the quartzite stone range is responsible for its characteristic glossy surface. Dynamic Claddings quartzite range of stones offer superb grain effects with a cleft level from medium to coarse. The range of stone veneer sheets are available in standard sizes up to 1220 x 2440mm.

SANDSTONE: Classic. Familiar.

Sandstones are formed from cemented grains. The cements binding these grains together are typically calcite, clays, and silica.

The formation of sandstone involves two principal stages, layers of sand accumulate through sedimentation, the sand is then compacted by the pressure of overlying deposits and cemented by the precipitation of minerals within the pore spaces between the sand grains.