tinting strength

tinting strength, staining power

The ability of a pigment to modify the color of a standard white or colored paint.
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In addition, low tinting strength and low brightness as compared to organic pigments restricts the market growth.
All the New Reds fulfill the high quality demands of the paints and coatings industry and deliver high chromaticity and tinting strength, says Stephan Spiegelhauer, head of IPGs Paints & Coatings Competence Center.
Tinting strength is a measure of the ability of a colorant to alter the color of a paint film.
This ensures that a greater proportion of near infrared light is reflected when compared to a typical grade of titanium dioxide produced for pigmentary use--while also helping to maintain substantial hiding power and tinting strength.
Its high tinting strength and inherent stability make it an especially good pigment, and it is also used to color resins and films.
3] content; exceptional chemical purity, fine grains and good dispersability; good tinting strength and color saturation; low color variation; and, low heavy metals content.
Formulated to offer chemical, temperature, and weathering resistance and high tinting strength, Yellow 2550 has a high level of chromaticity.
Macrolex dyes have good transparency, high tinting strength and ease of use.
Each pigment has its own chemical and physical properties such as: oil absorption, light resistance, weather resistance, drying rate, tinting strength, etc.
The outputs of this research were spread rate, color (L*, a*, b*) and tinting strength.
With their small and homogenous particle size and high pigment content, only small amounts of the microgranules are required to achieve full tinting strength, gloss, transparency, and intensity.
Incorporation of on press ink performance criteria is not necessary for oil-based inks because experience proved that the tinting strength develops an ink film sufficient to cover the paper surface.