inhibiting pigment

inhibiting pigment

[in′hib·əd·iŋ ′pig·mənt]
(materials)
A paint additive that inhibits or prevents rust and corrosion of metals or the formation of mildew, for example, lead chromate.

inhibiting pigment

A pigment (such as lead and zinc chromate, zinc oxide, red lead, zinc metal, and barium metaborate) added to paint to inhibit or prevent rust and corrosion of metals or the formation of mildew.
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Their use as the principal corrosion inhibiting pigment in aerospace coatings is an important factor in the long-term protection of critical aerospace components.
The most effective inhibiting pigment known to date is strontium chromate.
The present investigations deal with the design and manufacturing of protective coatings based on methyl phenyl polysiloxane resin, corrosion inhibiting pigments, and organo-silane interlayer.
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Corr-Paint CP3015-BL is formulated using an advanced, waterborne, proprietary silicate binder system filled with a blend of ceramic corrosion inhibiting pigments.
Primers utilizing the magnesium inhibiting pigments also have the potential to be lower in density than chromate primers, which will reduce weight and result in lower fuel consumption.
Corrosion inhibiting pigments (zinc flake); Metallic pigments (aluminum, gold bronze); and Specialty pigments (pearlescent).
The Effectiveness of Chromate-Free Inhibiting Pigments in Coil Coated Galvanised Steel," JCSE, Vol.
Mike Klein, President and CEO; Bob Ralph, VP Commercial Operations Black/Brown/Gray Pigments, Blue Pigments, Corrosion Inhibiting Pigments, Green Pigments.
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Thus waterborne coatings may require use of more corrosion inhibitors, but at the same time, addition of inhibiting pigments can further interfere with the stability of aqueous paint systems.
Invotec's product line will include corrosion inhibiting pigments, tannin stain inhibiting pigments, flash rust inhibitors, and flame retardants.