Dry Colourants/Powder Blends

We provide an experienced service to the extrusion, injection moulding and rotational moulding industries. Hampton Colours was one of the first independent suppliers of dry colour unit packs in the UK and we continue to meet the demand for a range of pack sizes or bulk orders.

The pigments and dyes we use in blending our colours are premium quality so that our customers can be sure that the colour will remain constant throughout production, perform well in their particular manufacturing process and make the finished article look outstanding.

We offer a range of unit pack sizes or bulk supply. Details of discounts, minimum order quantities and small order surcharges can be found below. Normally, one unit pack contains sufficient to colour 25kg of polymer to the desired shade.

Please contact us to receive our Shade Chart of stock colours which lists some of our most popular colours. However, we are also able to despatch any of our 30,000 + colours from our colour library, generally within 3 working days.

Our colour matching service (normally free of charge), applies to Dry Colorants as well as to Masterbatches.

We offer free mainland UK delivery on a next day service for orders of 40 unit packs and over and aim to despatch within 2-3 days from date of order. For orders below 40 packs, there will be a delivery charge of £18.50 for UK mainland.

Small Order Surcharges
1 packet£40.00 per packet extra
2 to 9 packets£20.00 per packet extra
10 to 19 packets£10.00 per packet extra
20 to 39 packets£5.00 per packet extra
Quantity Discounts
200 to 499 packets5% discount
500 to 999 packets7.5% discount
1000+ packets 10% discount
Quantity Discounts
1 and 2 kilo packets15% discount
Bulk Supply
Over 5kg to self weigh20% discount
Wetting Agents
Per 1 Litre Can£10.00
Per 5 Litre Can£50.00
Per 25 Litre Can£250.00

Hazard Rating Code (A, B or C).

The final letter of the colour code is its rating as defined in our booklet. “Dry Colourants – Product & Safety Data”. Please note that whilst all powdered materials present a potential hazard by virtue of their dusty nature, those bearing the designation “A” are intrinsically more hazardous than those marked with a “C”. Please refer to the above booklet for more details. A product specification sheet can be produced for individual formulae when required.