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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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Interdye Asia has attracted wide attention and active participation from the international colorants industry.
A Problems such as pigment float, loss of color and poor rub up when colorants are added to paints occur because some additives used to stabilize the colorant dispersion migrate to pigments and fillers in the white base paint.
Food colorants are added in foodstuffs to retain color lost during processing which adds appeal to the product.
Uniflon has extensive knowledge of fluoropolymer technologies as well as the high-temperature polymer market in Brazil, explained Barto du Plessis, general manager, Colorant Chromatics.
They are non-foaming and avoid clumping issues common to some powdered colorant formats, making them ideal for use in ready-to-drink beverages.
Here, we describe the first study in which SSSP is used as a one-step solid-state compounding process that intimately mixes and uniformly disperses colorant in a polymer matrix [10].
The approval of fungal carotenoids as food colorants by the European Union has strengthened the prospects for using fungi to produce polyketide pigments.
Keywords: Colorant, color retention, surfactant, latex, carbon black, thickener
Uses oxidizing colorant, released into a 2,000-pound capacity gravity-fed colorant infeed hopper.
The colorant is a water-based liquid, with a consistency similar to latex paint, but formulated to adhere to rubber.
Visitors can also learn about AOC's advanced color science division and its experience in developing colorant solutions for clients worldwide.
With over 30 years experience working closely with manufacturers globally in the healthcare industry, PolyOne has a unique understanding of medical-grade polymer colorant formulations and the rigorous performance and regulatory specifications associated with healthcare products.