Inorganic pigment is a kind of stable chemical physical structure formed by solid-phase reaction of many metal oxides under high temperature calcination (>800). The inorganic pigment features Excellent light resistance, weather resistance, high temperature resistance; Good covering power, tinting power, dispersion; no bleeding, no migration; Excellent acid-proof, alkali resistance, chemical resistance; Compatible with most thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic.
Applications of Inorganic Pigment
Outdoor plastic and masterbatch: such as PVC decorative panels, plastic steel window profiles, engineering plastics, masterbatch and so on.
Coatings: fluorocarbon coatings, powder coatings, coil coatings, automotive coatings, traffic marking coatings, camouflage coatings, aircraft coating, marine coatings, ultra-durable outdoor architectural coatings, printing inks and industrial coatings.
Building products: cement, concrete, roof construction materials, ceramics, stained glass.
Environmental areas: food packaging containers, plastic utensils, plastic toys, painting coatings.
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