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crenox RKB2 by Crenox is a micronized rutile titanium dioxide pigment treated with alumina and silica. It combines good weather resistance with good optical characteristics and gloss. It is a... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Coatings Markets>General Industrial /Maintenance
  • Coatings Markets>Architectural / Decorative>Interior wall coatings
  • Coatings Markets>Architectural / Decorative>Exterior wall coatings
RKB3, micronized rutile titanium dioxide pigment treated with alumina. Combines very good lightening and hiding power with good weather resistance. Easily dispersible and allows for high gloss with... view more
RKB5, a micronised rutile titanium dioxide pigment after-treated with aluminium, silicium and zirconium compounds. Combines outstanding weather resistance with very good initial gloss and gloss... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>Powder Coatings
  • Coatings>Solvent-based
  • Coatings>Waterborne
  • Coatings Markets>General Industrial /Maintenance
  • ...
crenox RKB6 is a micronised rutile pigment by Crenox. It is after-treated with aluminium and zirconium compounds. Provides a balance of good weather resistance and very good optical characteristics... view more
Applications
  • Coatings>Waterborne
  • Coatings>Solvent-based
  • Coatings Markets>General Industrial /Maintenance
  • Coatings Markets>Architectural / Decorative>Interior wall coatings
  • ...
Crenox RD2, micronized rutile pigment. Is highly treated with alumina and silica compounds. Has neutral colour and high brightness. Heavy coating surface provides excellent tinting strength and... view more
Applications
  • Coatings
  • Inks
  • Coatings Markets>Architectural / Decorative>Interior wall coatings
  • Coatings Markets>Architectural / Decorative>Primers
  • ...
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