PB28 cobalt aluminate blue spinel pigments offer reddish blue to turquoise blue shades. They are opaque to visible light with moderate NIR reflectance and properties including ease of dispersion and excellent dimensional stability resulting in no warping or shrinkage.
PB36 cobalt chromite blue green spinel pigments offer greenish blue to turquoise blue shades. They are opaque to visible light with moderate NIR reflectance and properties including ease of dispersion and excellent dimensional stability resulting in no warping or shrinkage.
PG50 cobalt titanate green spinel pigments offer a bright green shade. They are opaque to visible light with moderate NIR reflectance (“cool” pigment). Properties include ease of dispersion with excellent dimensional stability resulting in no warping or shrinkage. Ni-free grades are available.
The IR Reflective range decreases the undesirable absorption in the IR region. The pigments reflect the infrared light to a big extent, while still appearing as intensely coloured as comparable conventional pigments.
Coloured parts are less subject to thermal expansion and contraction
Increased service life
Less product degradation
Improved comfort levels for building occupants
Lower air conditioning costs
Pigment Yellow 53 (C.I. 77788) is a yellow Nickel Titanate offering high NIR (Near Infrared Reflectance) with chemical formula (Ti,Ni,Sb) O2 and a rutile structure, with excellent heat and weathering resistance, lightfastness and opacity.
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