ARS Colors came into existence in the year 2001 and after decade of hard work it is World's Leader in Color Language. The idea behind making such a system was to minimize the errors in matching dyed yarn like cotton, wool and viscose.

ARS Color Reference System helps in understanding and communicating colors as each of its colors are coded with a unique color code. ARS Colors Reference System has played a major role in the Carpet, Textile and Home Furnishing industry as one of the best color matching tool.

It has been accepted around the world for matching purpose and more and more people are using the ARS Colors Reference System. Today ARS Colors Reference System in being produced in 3 different qualities of yarn (Wool, Viscose & Cotton) and has a presence in 55 countries around the world.

At present ARS has a color library of 6551 Shades in different types of yarn (3200 shades in Wool, 2020 shades in Viscose and 1331 shades in Cotton). The various types of Color Reference Systems produced by ARS Colors are listed below along with there price.

A very important aspect of being into the physical yarn color producing business is to maintain colors year after year and ARS Colors with its rigorous color maintaining standards has achieved this feat year after year and has been certified by ISO 9001 Certified Company.

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