One of the cornerstones of our company’s ideology, we strive to bring color to a gray world. With our decades of history in the pigment market, it is difficult to come across an area of construction, architecture or agriculture that has not seen Lambert pigments, or Cement & Mortar Colors. Our color options feature a nearly endless array of tones and thus possibilities. Lambert also provides industry unparalleled cross-referencing and custom color matching service to fit all your business’ needs.
While in the ready-mix world, liquid pigment systems increase material and labor cost, cause project delays, and create contaminated containers that require specialized disposal, some concrete producers or end-users still prefer to use them. Additionally, outside of the concrete world, there are a few systems wherein these types of products do make sense, and Lambert once again aims to please with products like the aesthetically frightening but highly successful Dispersed Black.
Have a colored surface with issues? Need a coating that doesn’t provide a discoloration and helps correct those problem areas? Who better to help with that issue than the color company themselves? Lambert’s Uniformity Coatings provide a fully customizable solution that will yield a consistent pigmented ultra-durable finish that can finalize or revitalize any substrate. Use our Lambco® Colorgard as the safety net for your project.
Lambco® Colors are pure mineral oxide pigments developed and controlled to meet or exceed the specifications of ASTM C-979, and used in all forms of cementitious substrates.
Dispersed Black™ is a carbon black-based liquid pigment additive system formulated to create a consistent coloration in a concrete mixture for suppliers who favor aqueous solutions.
Colorgard™ is a solvent-based UV-stable pigmented concrete curing and sealing compound formulated using styrene-acrylate resin, and is used for increasing uniformity, dustproofing, reducing efflorescence, enhancing color, and curing and sealing of all types of cementitious based substrates.