Support Tools

Support Tools


Valspar provides technical support and advice on the best industrial paint products to use for any projects and all conditions. To compliment the LIC range, Valspar offer a variety of support tools to assist in achieving correct application for optimal results.
Our nationwide distribution network is available to assist you with any questions or concerns that you may have, whether it's on colour, products or quantity required.

LIC Quick Mixing ChartQuick Mixing Reference Chart

This easy to use wall chart details the range of Valspar Refinish products, listing all the technical mixing ratios. A fantastic tool to have on your paint room wall – for quick reference when mixing.
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Australian Standards Colour ChartAustralian Standard Colours

AS-2700 is a set of 206 nationally recognised colours commonly used in fleet, industrial and sign writing. This complete range of colours has been formulated ready to mix in all varieties of the LIC range of industrial finishes. Not sure of the colour? We have a folder with actual colour samples for you to select from. Contact your local LIC Distributor to help.
To view the range of Australian Standard Colours, please click here.


Colour Fan Wheels

  • RAL Colour Fan – 210 industrial colour standards for use in industry, trade, architecture and design.

  • Fleetline Colour Fan – Combination of over 290 RAL & British Standards colours.



SpectrophotometerOur unique spectrophotometer can scan a painted surface and instantly give you a formula to precisely match that color. The Xrite MA60 is linked to our ICRIS colour retrieval software called ColorECSpert. It is different to other spectros in that instead of measuring the colour and then looking for the nearest colour match from a colour library, ColorECSpert creates its own unique formulation. The power and precision comes from its unique four-angle measuring capabilities. This formulation can be saved in ICRIS in your custom colours library.

Most paint fades over time, so using the OEM color code may provide a color that doesn’t quite match. Instead, taking readings from a vehicle and downloading the information into ColorECSpert allows the workshop to search for very closely matching formulas that can be automatically adjusted to take into account fading and other weather damage.