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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Aluminium pigment. Offers maximum brilliance and highest flexibility. Used in decorative and chrome effect coatings, flexo and grauve ink... view more
STANDART® PCS 600 Aluminium Powder by Eckart is a high-performance aluminum pigment, encapsulated in the special sol-gel process with a compact silicon dioxide layer. It is luminous and extremely... view more
Special aluminium powder pigment. It is silver colored, odorless, hazardous, flammable and isoluble in water. It achieves an extremely bright, almost white metallic look. It is used in powder... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in offset printing... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in offset printing... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in offset printing... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in paper coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in paper coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Offers maximum brilliance and highest flexibility. Used in decorative and chrome effect coatings, flexo and grauve ink... view more
Aliminium leafing pigment. Is flake shaped pigment. Used in decorative, chrome effect and reflection coating... view more
Aliminium leafing pigment. Is flake shaped pigment. Used in decorative, chrome effect and reflection coating... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Lamellar in shape. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Lamellar in shape. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Lamellar in shape. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Lamellar in shape. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminium pigment. Used in powder coatings... view more
Aluminum powder pigment. It is silver colored, odorless and highly flammable. It is insoluble in water. It is used in powder coating industry... view more
Special copper powder pigment. It is copper colored, odorless, inflammable and isoluble in water. It achieves an extremely bright, almost white metallic look. It is used in powder coatings... view more
Special bronze (copper and zinc alloy) powder pigment. It is gold-colored, odorless, not self-igniting and isoluble in water. It exhibits excellent opacity and ideal resistance to both corossion and... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
Gold bronze pigment. Flake metal powder based on a copper-zinc-alloy. Used in paper coatings... view more
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