Custom coffee roaster: overall color

We give you the chance to customize the roaster as much as possible! What does this mean, exactly? We’ll discuss this with you today.

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It’s above important that your Giesen coffee roaster suits your brand perfectly. Therefore, we give you the chance to customize the roaster as much as possible! What does this mean, exactly? We’ll discuss everything about the custom coffee roaster with you today. 

Custom coffee roaster: the overall color

Before, we already discuss the benefits of choosing your own type of wood for the handles. Besides that, you can also choose the accent color, whether you add a logo and the color of your overall roaster. The last topic is what we’re talking about today.

The importance of color

There are some questions you need to ask yourself first before customizing your coffee roaster. One of the most important ones is color. Do you want your custom coffee roaster to stand out, be timeless, or blend perfectly with your brand and perhaps the color of your logo? The answers to these questions will, in the end, help you with picking the perfect color.

 RAL colors

The most chosen color at Giesen, is matt black. But besides this option, there are so many more to choose from! We work with RAL colors. ‘RAL’ is the abbreviation of ‘Reichs-Ausschuß für Lieferbedingungen und Gütesicherung’. It’s a coding system to define the colors of paints and other coatings. RAL Classic is a collection of 213 colors. Enough to choose from! Here you can check them all out: http://ralcolor.com/   

Besides the RAL colors, you can also choose the finish you like the most. All the RAL colors are available in gloss and matte finish. Besides those options, you can also choose a mother-of-pearl finish. So, after choosing the right color, you can choose the finish. That way, the roaster looks exactly the way you love it.

Want to learn more about the customization options? Look here.

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