Partner: LafargeHolcim
Industry: Construction
Usage: Floors, Walls, Deco

Colored concrete


The colored concrete is an apparent concrete, colored with the help of pigments in order to obtain an appealing aspect. The process of coloring the concrete consists in adding pigments in the mass of the concrete or in applying pigments on the surface of the freshly casted concrete. Resistant and very beautiful, the colored concrete can be used successfully in various interior and exterior decorations, whether it's new buildings or refurbishments. The classic concrete turns into a modern material, which can transform considerably many public spaces. The colored concrete is a solution that combines the classic advantages of using concrete (durability, strength, minimal maintenance) with aesthetic ones. Its strength class has to be selected as per the application (20-50 MPa).

Aspect details
Glossiness N/A
Translucence 0%
Texture Coarse
Compostable No
Recyclable No
Biodegradable No
Lightweight No
Renewable No
Carbon footprint -
Recycled content -
Toxicity -
Technical details
Hardness Hard
Structure Unknown
Acoustics N/A
Format Other
Odor N/A
Temperature N/A
Antibacterial No
Scratch resistence Good
Fire resistence Good
UV resistence Good
Water resistence Good
Abrasion resistence Good
Skid resistence Good