Munsell to RAL conversion
The Munsell color system is a color order system created by Professor Albert H. Munsell in the early 20th century. It combined aspects of the most popular systems of that time to create a three-dimensional model that provides more accurate color representation than either system alone.
Munsell’s system is based on five parameters: hue, value (lightness), chroma (color purity), tone (also called saturation), and shade (or tint). Matching each of these parameters as close as possible is essential to perform accurate RAL to Munsell or Munsel to RAL color conversion. Munsell Color improves the ability to communicate, specify and apply colors through simple tools, while RAL colors set the standard and enable quick and easy color palette constitution.
Everyone experiences color differently. But there are ways to ensure that others perceive the color you actually intended. This is possible with the products of Munsell Color. The Munsell system is a globally accepted method for accurate color specification. The product lines offer a wide range of options for your specific color communication needs. Munsell aims to be universal and reliable color standard. With a custom color standard it’s possible to not only specify the color you want, but to also determine the correct appearance aspects of that color to ensure the proper reproduction. Defining your color and ensuring its accuracy every time it appears is fundamental to long-term success.