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Question Title What is concentrate scaling and how is it used in Formula Central?
Concentrate scaling is a mathematical alteration of a formula to bring its colorant loading from its target level in a finished product to a formula for a material that is highly loaded that can then be used to mix with uncolored material to make a final product that is colored at the desired level.

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Created: 2016-10-14 8:09 PM
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