dry coloring

dry coloring

[′drī ‚kəl·ə·riŋ]
(chemical engineering)
A plastics coloring method in which uncolored particles of the plastic material are tumble-blended with selected dyes and pigments.
(engineering)
A method to color plastics by tumbleblending colorless plastic particles with dyes and pigments.
(materials)
A powdered form of pigment.
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They include dry coloring, blending and layering," explained the artist.
According to the company, Peterson's new dry coloring system is available to make grinding and coloring in a single pass both easy and economical.
Dry Color Concentrate, a patent-pending, self-opacifying, non-dusting dry coloring system, gives confectioners the benefit of needing to use less color while they still obtain brightly colored results, and a reduction of required coating time means improved manufacturing productivity.