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Ultra-High Performance Pigments

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You may already use Complex Inorganic Colored Pigments (CICPs) but there is more to them than just color! We may have the answer to the problem you have.  This webinar presentation will look at the functional side of these colored pigments. 

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Mark Ryan

Length: 90 min

Why should you view this webinar?

In this webinar presentation, our speaker will present the benefits of using Infrared Reflective Pigments for outdoor applications. Stir-In pigments for value savings and a look at other functional products.

With the More Expertise and Better Performance you will get more benefits, more savings and happy customers.

Who should view this webinar?

  • Formulators and chemists
  • R&D leaders
  • Marketing and management leaders

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Mark Ryan Marketing Manager - The Shepherd Color Company

Mark Ryan Mark Ryan is the Marketing Manager for The Shepherd Color Company of Cincinnati, OH. Mr. Ryan has worked for Shepherd Color for 17 years and has held various technical, sales and marketing positions in the coatings and pigment market for 23 years. He has a Chemistry degree from Saint Louis University and an MBA from The University of Missouri at St. Louis. He has been published and presented around the world about inorganic high-performance pigments' durability, IR reflectivity and other special properties. Mr. Ryan is a board member of the Cool Metal Roofing Coalition and the SPE-Color and Appearance division. His favorite color is blue.


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