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Match of US Government™ Fed Std 595C 24226 *

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FAQs about Fed Std 595C 24226

How do I buy paint for this color?
Many types of paint are available for US Government Fed Std 595C 24226 with no minimum order quantities. MyPerfectColor offers spray paint, paint pens, touch up bottles, water-based acrylics, epoxies, urethanes and a variety of other paints. Select the Paint Type button above to get started. Learn more about buying paint at MyPerfectColor.
How quickly will I receive my paint?
The lead-time for paint made to match US Government Fed Std 595C 24226 depends on the type of paint needed, and 70% of all orders ship within 48 hours. If your need is immediate, select Expedited Production during checkout for guaranteed shipment within 1 business day. Please contact MyPerfectColor if you are concerned about a specific deadline. We do our best to make sure you get your paint on time. Learn more about paint lead times at MyPerfectColor.
Do I need primer?
The need for primer depends on the type of paint, the substrate being painted and where it will be located. Most customers do not use a primer for touch up applications. See our Primer Selection Table to see what primer you might need and learn more about when you might need a primer.
How do I get the SDS (Safety Data Sheet)?
The US Government Fed Std 595C 24226 is the color and the SDS is based on the type of paint used to make the color. You can find Safety Data Sheets here for our most popular products.
Does this meet my spec?

The US Government Fed Std 595C 24226 is the color portion of the spec. The remaining part of the spec will indicate the type of paint needed. Paint can be purchased directly from the color page, but MyPerfectColor offers many additional paint types not visible from the color page. Please contact us if you are not sure what you need or you don't see what you are looking for or you need a quote to proceed. MyPerfectColor can furnish Certificates of Conformance upon request.

What type of paint is the spray paint? And how much area will one can cover?

MyPerfectColor uses an acrylic enamel which is a fast-drying durable coating suitable for interior or exterior use. MyPerfectColor custom spray paint enables you to conveniently achieve a professional spray-smooth finish in any color in any sheen. It sticks well to most surfaces including metal, plastics, powder-coatings, cabinets and primed or previously painted wood.

MyPerfectColor offers two spray can sizes - 11oz net weight and 4.5oz net weight. The 11oz spray will cover about 20 square feet per coat. The smaller can, which is perfect for manufacturers who want to include a can with product shipments will cover about 7 square feet.

What are the RGB, HEX and LRV values for this color?
The RGB values for US Government Fed Std 595C 24226 are 120, 131, 113 and the HEX code is 788371. The LRV for Fed Std 595C 24226 is 21.41. The LRV stands for Light Reflectance Value and measures the percentage of light that a color reflects. Learn more about using RGB and Hex codes for matching colors.
How do I convert this color to a different color from another paint collection?

While we can provide paint in just about any color, we don't provide any crossover information. We've found that every paint company offers its own unique selection of colors and rarely does a color have an exact equivalent in another brand.

However, under the color image on the color page for US Government Fed Std 595C 24226 there is a link that says "Explore Related Colors". Clicking this link displays colors with similar values and you can look for any colors from the brand you want.

Keep in mind that this just shows similar colors based on the color values we have stored in our database. It doesn't mean it is the same or give any approximation about how close the color is. You can play around with the Hue, Lightness and Chroma sliders to expand the selection.

About US Government Federal Standard (now Aerospace Material Specification / AMS) 595 Colors. Fed-Std-595C / FED STD 595 Colors

The Federal Standard (now Aerospace Material Specification / AMS) 595 colors are used to specify colors for US Government applications. The color are used by the US Government agencies, branches and suppliers. The most common requests we receive for Fed Standard Colors are for spray paint, Direct to Metal and other paints for prototyping, marking and identification and touchup applications. Typical clients include the USCG, all branches of the Armed Services, the State Department, Lockheed Martin and Boeing. For example, we provided paint to the Navy for marking shells with the specific Fed Std color designated to identify the type of round.

We offer 5 standard sheens in our lacquer touchup paint: flat, low lustre, satin, semi-gloss or gloss. We also offer a full range of Alkyd and Acrylic Direct To Metal paints. Please contact us if you have any questions. Please submit RFQs to

The colors in the Federal Standard set have no official names and are identified by five-digits. The numbers designate the sheen, color classification and color intensity.

The first digit will be 1,2 or 3 and indicates the level of sheen:
    1 = gloss
    2 = semi gloss
    3 = matt

The second digit indicates the color group;
      0 = Brown     5 = Blue
      1 = Red         6 = Grey
      2 = Orange   7 = Other (white, black, violet, metallic)
      3 = Yellow     8 = Fluorescent
      4 = Green      

The third to fifth digits indicate the intensity. Lower numbers indicates a darker color and higher numbers indicate a lighter color.

While the Fed Std colors indicate sheen as part of the 5 digits, MyPerfectColor still requires you to enter a specific sheen. For example, the color Fed Std 37038 technically refers to a matte finish, but MyPerfectColor offers it in any sheen.



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