inorganic pigment

inorganic pigment

[¦in·ȯr¦gan·ik ′pig·mənt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A natural or synthetic metal oxide, sulfide, or other salt used as a coloring agent for paints, plastics, and inks.
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With color lifetimes measured in decades across the full inorganic pigment color spectrum, as well as color lifetimes of at least 10-20 years for a good number of bright organic pigments, air-dry or low temperature bake PVDF-based coatings (both solvent-and waterborne) are excellent candidates for use in architectural restoration and repair.
Exhibits included high-performance pigments from the lightfast, weather-stable and chemical-resistant Bayferrox and Colortherm lines, the organic and inorganic pigment preparations Levanyl and Levanox, and the extensive portfolio of Preventol biocides.
Akrochem powder colors are organic and inorganic pigment colors selected specifically for rubber and certain thermoplastic polymers.
Featuring a bright red-shade blue color, this inorganic pigment can be dispersed in both water- and solvent-based coatings to create "flamboyant" finishes for applications such as bicycles, motorcycles, and cell phones.
Inorganic pigment demand will post below average gains through 2009, primarily due to the continued phase out of heavy metal types (e.
The other two pigments are the newest additions to the Synergy line of proprietary pigments, which are created by optimizing organic and inorganic pigment chemistries around desired properties and are said to be economical alternatives to more costly pigments in the same color space.
Peter, BASF: Over the past 10 years BASF has launched more than 40 new organic and inorganic pigment technologies.
In this report, the authors penetrate the major types of pigment in China, including titanium dioxide, iron oxide, lithopone, other inorganic pigment and organic pigment from aspects of production, technology, import & export,consumption, prospect,etc.
When combined with an inorganic pigment it provides good anticorrosive performance.
As one of the world s leading inorganic pigment producers, LANXESS meets the growing demands of the global market by offering a broad and innovative product portfolio manufactured according to strict sustainability guidelines and supported by high levels of technical expertise.
Often this involves the use of an inorganic pigment in cooperation with selected organics to improve adhesion, and especially wet adhesion.
Lanxess Deutschland GmbH (Leverkusen, Germany) has added microgranulated organic and inorganic pigment preparations to its range of colorants.