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colorant

[′kəl·ər·ənt]
(food engineering)
A substance used to impart color to, or augment color in, a food substance.
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at the Exhibition Venue, where eminent Speakers will elaborate on current scenarios and future trends in the Global Colorants Industry, with specific reference to China & India.
Recognizing this explosive growth, China Dyestuff Industry Association (CDIA), China Dyeing and Printing Association (CDPA) and CCPIT Shanghai Sub-council, the organizers of the leading global show for the Colorants segment (China Interdye) are holding the 5th "Interdye Asia" exhibition atGujarat University Convention & Exhibition Centre in Ahmedabad from 3rd to 5th December 2015.
Compatibilizers, such as Air Products ZetaSperse[R] 179 and 182 Dispersants and Carbowet[R] CA100 and GA210 Surfactants, when used in the paint preparation, can help to compatibilize colorants for improved color development and acceptance by providing fast acting, additional stabilizing properties to the colorant when it is added to the base paint.
Food colorants are added in foodstuffs to retain color lost during processing which adds appeal to the product.
Available in both natural and nature-identical sources, the colorants are vegetarian, kosher, halal and certified free of any allergenic ingredients.
PolyOne Corporation today announced the appointment of Uniflon Performance Additives as distributor of its Colorant Chromatics high-temperature polymer formulation and colorant solutions in Brazil.
The colorants were then added at 12 wt% to the commercial paint base, and notable decreases in coating viscosities (Figure 10) were observed due to the dilution effect.
Paper colorants and chemicals from LANXESS, however, are only as good as the professional and experienced technical sales and service support team behind them.
The new OnColor color selection software simplifies the color evaluation and selection process, and enables designers to search more than 250 standard PolyOne colorants by resin, hue, FDA status and price.
These items usually contain additives, such as antioxidants, UV stabilizers, and colorants, that are incorporated into the powder prior to molding.
They have used various secondary sources such as Company's Annual Reports, Organizational Websites, and Databases to identify and collect information useful for this extensive commercial study of colorants.
Transitioning to zero-VOC colorants will keep the company at the forefront of environmental innovation and regulation in the paint industry.