masstone

masstone

[′ma‚stōn]
(materials)
The undiluted color of a pigment or a pigmented paint coating. Also known as mass color.

masstone

The undiluted color of a pigment or pigmented paint film.
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Shepherd's Arctic IR-reflective pigments give class leading properties in Total Solar Reflectance (TSR), masstone jetness and tint strength.
The slab flush presscake is bleached for strength and checked by a spectrometer versus a standard presscake, and then a pull down is made to evaluate masstone, shade, body, transparency, gloss and undertone.
In terms of the specific changes in color and gloss expected for different weathering processes, for the case of these DPP Red masstone coatings (where initial color coordinates were measured to be about L* = 35, a* = 64, b* = 54, i.
Jetness and masstone were also measured on non-cured extruded tapes using a Hunter MiniScan XE instrument (angle: 45[degrees]/0[degrees]).
Bone black pigment specialty products characterized by high masstone, easy dispersibility, low oil absorption, and low cost.
It can be used in masstone or as a tinting agent in both liquid and powder coatings.
Each product will have its own specification range that will include an acceptable limit for color properties such as strength, tint shade, and masstone shade, all of which are measured versus the manufacturer's standard lot.
The typical gloss retention for masstone coatings was about 50% after 10 years of exposure in Florida.
red 2B 2 2 2 Phthalocyanine (NC) 1 1 1 Phthalocyanine (RS) 1 1 1 Phthalocyanine (GS) 1 1 1 Naphthol 2 1 1 Pigment green B 2 1 1 Diarylide (AAMX) 1 1 1 Diarylide (AAOA) 1 1 1 Diarylide 2 1 1 Diarylide (AAA) 2 1 1 Hansa 2 3 3 Diarylide (AAOT) 2 1 1 Lithol rubine 2 2 2 Ultramarine blue 1 1 1(A) Chromium oxide 1 1 1 1 - masstone Heat stability 1 - 350[degrees]F 2 - 330[degrees]F 3 - 300[degrees]F Light stability 1 - 200 hours 2 - 100 hours 3 - 50 hours Soap bleed 1 - no bleed 2 - slight bleed 3 - bleed Open steam 1 - excellent 2 - good 3 - don't use Heat stability refers to conventional press cures.
The second product, 228-4828, is a blue-shade quinacridone violet similar in tint and masstone to competitive products but, according to the manufacturer, providing better strength.