When is colour a value?

8th March 2018
Posted By : Anna Flockett
When is colour a value?

If colour is a value factor for an engineer’s equipment design brief, Elesa have this covered and can now meet that demand. Their ELECOLORS range offers a perfect aesthetic compatibility between the components and the machines on which they are installed, enhancing the perception of their value and quality.

Furthermore, colour allows a better differentiation of different machine functions, contributing to the benefit of the safety.

Among its over 40,000 product codes available in stock, Elesa offers an extensive selection of standard components in the ELECOLORS chromatic range: orange, grey, yellow, blue, red and black. This includes their high-end handwheels, tubular handles, thumb screws, lobe knobs and clamping levers.

Thanks to Elesa’s commitment to offer the highest quality standards and aesthetics, colours are controlled with colorimetric spectrodensitometers to ensure maximum colour consistency and repeatability, both during production and over the entire lifecycle of the components.


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