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Pigment Production NETZSCH Grinding & Dispersing

The ultra-fine grinding of pigments places high demands on the machine technology to be employed. The finest, absolutely grit-free granulation, low-residue processing with minimal contamination, as well as fast, thorough cleaning when switching products are the minimum requirements.

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How to disperse and stabilize pigments

2009-11-12  Wetting, grinding, dispersing and stabilizing pigment coats and inks. DISPERSING PROCESS High quality coatings of high brilliance and color strength are characterized by a perfect pigment dispersion, optimal pigment particle size, and long-term stabilization of the dispersed particle

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Pigments, Dyes & Dispersions Micro Grinding

2021-7-12  Saint-Gobain ZirPro has been supplying high-quality ceramic media to the pigments, dyes and dispersions industries for more than 40 years. ZirPro offers a market-leading range of media (ER120, Rimax®, Zirmil® Ce and Zirmil® Y) to meet the exacting demands of grinding and dispersing processes. Selection of the optimum bead (density and size) is critical, as color strength is closely linked to the

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Pigment Dispersion: Wetting & Dispersing Agents for

DISPERSING: The grinding equipment (dissolvers, grinding mills, sand mills) introduce mechanical energy in the system. This shear forces energy breaks and separates the pigment agglomerates in smaller particles. This new created surface is wetted by the grinding

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Pigments / Dyes NETZSCH Grinding & Dispersing

They are used, for example, to color textiles (textile dyes), plastics and plastic fibers and as chromophoric substances in food technology, e.g. beta-carotene in soft drinks. NETZSCH Paints. Pigment Production. The ultra-fine grinding of pigments places high demands on the machine technology to be employed.

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Dispersing technology Uniqchem

2021-7-14  Pigment wetting: The air and moisture covering the pigment is replaced by the resin solution. The solid/gas interface (pigment/air) is transformed into a solid/liquid interface (pigment/resin solution). Grinding stage: By high shear forces the pigment agglomerates are broken up into smaller units, preferable primary particles. Stabilization: The pigment dispersion is stabilized by dispersing

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“pigment disperison”是什么东西? 知乎

2016-12-9  After certain period of time of finely grinding and highly dispersing in different solvent systems, they are made into pigment dispersions. If the solvent is water, it is water-based pigment dispersion. If the solvent is oil, it is oil-based pigment dispersion.

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Dispersing Technology Münzing Chemie GmbH

2017-1-30  The polymeric dispersing agents EDAPLAN® 490, 492 und 494 can substitute common dispersing and wetting agents, which are used in the grinding process of paint production. In the normal grinding process of paints and lacquers dispersants like polyacrylates and polyphosphates are used. For the wetting of organic pigments further ionic or nonionic wetting agents are added. Dosages in the

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Four steps to effective pigment dispersions: starting

2017-8-1  In order to disperse the pigment to a nano level, the use of 0.30.5 nm grinding media is recommended. Stabilization Due to the increased surface area of the solid particles during the deagglomeration/grinding stage, the pigments that are deagglomerated need to be stabilized in order to avoid issues such as flocculation, color shift, sedimentation and stability loss.

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Pigments, Dyes & Dispersions Micro Grinding

2021-7-12  Saint-Gobain ZirPro has been supplying high-quality ceramic media to the pigments, dyes and dispersions industries for more than 40 years. ZirPro offers a market-leading range of media (ER120, Rimax®, Zirmil® Ce and Zirmil® Y) to meet the exacting demands of grinding and dispersing processes.Selection of the optimum bead (density and size) is critical, as color strength is closely

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Ultrasound for Dispersing and Grinding: Paint &

Ultrasonic Dispersing & Grinding Conditions. The quality of paints and coatings relies on the homogenous dispersion of the pigments. Hielscher Ultrasonics supplies effective milling and grinding equipment for paint dispersion, especially for for formulations with high pigment

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Easily Dispersed Pigments Revolutionize Coatings

2015-5-1  Grinding, or dispersing, pigment is a practice critical to a number of industries. In coatings, the dispersion of colored pigments is critical to achieving the desired color, stability and weathering performance properties. The quality of the dispersions also

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Pigments / Dyes NETZSCH Grinding & Dispersing

NETZSCH Paints. Pigment Production. The ultra-fine grinding of pigments places high demands on the machine technology to be employed. The finest, absolutely grit-free granulation, low-residue processing with minimal contamination, as well as fast, thorough cleaning when switching products are the minimum requirements. more information.

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Dispersing technology Uniqchem

2021-7-14  Pigment wetting: The air and moisture covering the pigment is replaced by the resin solution. The solid/gas interface (pigment/air) is transformed into a solid/liquid interface (pigment/resin solution). Grinding stage: By high shear forces the pigment agglomerates are broken up into smaller units, preferable primary particles. Stabilization: The pigment dispersion is stabilized by dispersing

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“pigment disperison”是什么东西? 知乎

2016-12-9  After certain period of time of finely grinding and highly dispersing in different solvent systems, they are made into pigment dispersions. If the solvent is water, it is water-based pigment

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Ceramic Pigments NETZSCH Grinding & Dispersing

The s-Jet ® System (patent pending) is a new innovation in a line of consistent developments being made in the area of air jet milling. Final finenesses in the submicron range (example: d 50 0.2 µm) can now be achieved with fluidized bed jet mills. As opposed to conventional dry grinding

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Four steps to effective pigment dispersions: starting

2017-8-1  This paper focuses on pigment families and their application in waterborne, solventborne and universal dispersions. The theory behind processing, selection of wetting and dispersing agents, and the differences between co-grinding and single pigment dispersion are discussed. Pigments vs. Dyes--Is Solubility Important?

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DISPERSANT PRODUCT GUIDE Uniqchem

2020-10-24  The grinding process can be regarded as a de-flocculation process. In the absence of stabilizing agents, effects such as reduced color strength, pigment wetting, dispersing, and stabilizing. Dispersing agents generally differ for aqueous and solvent-based coatings.

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netzsch-grinding NETZSCH Grinding &

Dimitrios Makrakis is leaving the NETZSCH Group after more than 34 years. Now his successor has been determined. The NETZSCH Business Unit Grinding and Dispersing has a new Managing Director. 55-year-old Ingo Rädisch will take over the reins of the Business Unit on

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Pigments, Dyes & Dispersions Micro Grinding

2021-7-12  Saint-Gobain ZirPro has been supplying high-quality ceramic media to the pigments, dyes and dispersions industries for more than 40 years. ZirPro offers a market-leading range of media (ER120, Rimax®, Zirmil® Ce and Zirmil® Y) to meet the exacting demands of grinding and dispersing processes.Selection of the optimum bead (density and size) is critical, as color strength is closely

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Dispersing Technology Münzing Chemie GmbH

2016-10-26  Dispersing Technologies and Recommendations PCA 04/2012 3 2. Basics of pigment grinding Pigments A pigment is a colouring particle which is insoluble in the application media.

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Four Steps To Effective Pigment Dispersions

2017-8-1  This paper focuses on pigment families and their application in waterborne, solventborne and universal dispersions. The theory behind processing, selection of wetting and dispersing agents, and the differences between co-grinding and single pigment

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Dispersing technology Uniqchem

2021-7-14  Pigment wetting: The air and moisture covering the pigment is replaced by the resin solution. The solid/gas interface (pigment/air) is transformed into a solid/liquid interface (pigment/resin solution). Grinding stage: By high shear forces the pigment agglomerates are broken up into smaller units, preferable primary particles. Stabilization: The pigment dispersion is stabilized by dispersing

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Dispersing additives BYK

Dispersing additives are needed to stabilize the state achieved after the pigment grinding (fine distribution of the pigment particles in the binder solution) for a long period of time, i.e. to prevent the flocculation of the pigments. Flocculation is caused by the attractive London-van

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MASCHINENFABRIK: Dispersing Niemann

Finenesses ˂ 5µm are feasible. After dispersing the mill base, it is going to be completed in a process container. A grinding with bead mill’s is not required. By the maximum grinding of the pigment a reduction of the pigment quantity is possible in case of a given standard colour strength. The consequence is a major cost saving.

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Four steps to effective pigment dispersions: starting

2017-8-1  This paper focuses on pigment families and their application in waterborne, solventborne and universal dispersions. The theory behind processing, selection of wetting and dispersing agents, and the differences between co-grinding and single pigment dispersion are discussed. Pigments vs. Dyes--Is Solubility Important?

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DISPERSANT PRODUCT GUIDE Uniqchem

2020-10-24  The grinding process can be regarded as a de-flocculation process. In the absence of stabilizing agents, effects such as reduced color strength, pigment wetting, dispersing, and stabilizing. Dispersing agents generally differ for aqueous and solvent-based coatings.

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Pigment concentrates BYK

Composition of pigment concentrates . The key component of a pigment concentrate is the pigment; the pigment content should be as high as possible.In addition, a grinding resin is required in most cases in order to obtain a storable paste and to ensure that the paste can be easily incorporated in the finalizing binder without any shock phenomena. The grinding paste is primarily chosen based on

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Determining the optimal dispersing agent loading

1). Prepare the pigment slurry Pigment content is high enough, such that a slurry is obtained after mixing in the absence of a dispersing agent. Usually, a loading of 30 wt.% for organic pigments, or 55 wt.% for inorganic pigments, is necessary. Dispersing time is about 30 minutes with a

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