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granular concrete pigment

Our Product

We strive to offer the best quality granular pigments in the industry. We stay up to date on developments in the technology so that our customers can rest assured that they are getting a top quality product.


With over 20 years of experience in working with integrally coloured concrete we confidently advise our customers of the advantages and disadvantages of working with liquid dyes, powder and granular pigment, and we recommend granular pigment every time.

Our pigment is measured into clear water soluble-bags which can be added straight into your concrete mix (no need to open the bag, fuss free and less mess!). The water soluble bags are dispatched within a white protective polypropylene bag which protects the water-soluble bag from getting wet in transit or in storage.

Find out why we recommend granular pigment to our customers...

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Evenly Disperses

The structure of granular pigments allows the colour to freely disperse evenly throughout the concrete when mixed.​

Quickly Disolves

The granules are both porous and permeable allowing them to dissolve quickly and easily into water.

No Streaks, Blooms or Fades

Unlike liquid and powder colouring systems, the risk of colour streaking, blooms and faded areas in the final product are far less likely when using a granular pigment. To help ensure this each granule is coated with a water dispersing agent.

coloured concrete with streaking blooms and fadeded areas
sunshine and blue sky

UV Stable

Our colour pigments are predominately made from metallic oxides which make them UV Stable and therefore the colour will not fade over time.

More Economical

Granular pigment has a long shelf life and will not harden like concrete powder pigments.

Granular pigment can save you money, when compared with other colouring systems, which require you to use more of the product to achieve the desired colour.

polypropylene bag containing a water soluble bag of coloured pigment for concrete
messy liquid dye colour pallet

No Colour Contamination

Colour contamination is far less likely when using a granular pigment compared to liquid or powder pigments. This is because liquid pigments are known to be hard to work with and powder pigments naturally want to stick together. Powder pigments can easily get stuck in the mixing vessel during production resulting in a less than sufficient colour mix, and risks future colour mixes being contaminated.

Safer To Work With

Health and safety issues are reduced because granular pigments are far less likely to become air borne than concrete powder pigments which are easily suspended in the air and are notoriously dusty.

airborne dust particles
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