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⁉️ Why pick ICQ quick pigments? Thanks to their fine and narrow particle size distribution, they are inks that do not contain the amorphous phase and, therefore, are the best candidates for high-quality inks. The main advantages: 🔸greater color intensity 🔸more sedimentation and cleaning 🔸greater chromatic stability 🔸greater filterability 🔸grinding energy saving 🔸helps save the grinding body from wearing off 🔸helps decrease the wear and tear of the mill 🔸less plant investment
🇬🇧🟨 The typical pigments used for Inco’s ceramic inks stand out for their particle-size distribution,with an average particle value ranging between 2 and 3 μm, and d90 amid 8-9 μm, measured through laser diffraction. ✅ Inorganic pigments with a stable crystalline structure —spinels, zircons, sphenes, etc. —, utterly free from salts, which are outlined by the high chromatic intensity and quality. 📈 #Pigmens #Ceramic #Inks #Chromatic #Intensity #HighQuality #Inco #ColourInnovationIndustry
🇬🇧 ℹ️ ICQ INCO ceramic ink pigments are characterized by a particle size distribution with an average particle value between 0.7 and 0.9 μm - very close to the particle size distribution of an ink. 👉 They allow to obtain: 🔸 greater color intensity; 🔸 less sedimentation and creaming; 🔸 greater color stability; 🔸 better filterability; 🔸 energy saving in grinding; 🔸 saving in wear of the grinding body; 🔸 saving in the wear and tear of the mill; 🔸 less plant investment.
🇬🇧 🟨 The ICD is the family of traditional inorganic pigments for ceramic inks. It is a wide range of inorganic pigments with a stable crystalline structure – spinels, zircons, spines, etc. –, utterly free from salts, which are characterized by high chromatic intensity and quality. #ICD #inorganicpigments #inorganic #pigments #ceramicinks #ceramic #inks #ceramicpigments #chromatic #intensity #quality #Inco #ColourInnovationIndustry
🇬🇧🟨 Inorganic pigments for ceramic use are synthetic products, resulting from a solid state reaction process at high temperature (1000-1400 ° C) of mixtures of transition metal precursors (Fe, Cr, Ni, Co, Mn, Zr, etc.). This high temperature process leads to obtaining colored crystalline structures - spinels, zircons, sphene, etc. - which can be used for coloring ceramic glazes or as a solid component for the production of inks.
Quick pigments have a very narrow and fine granulometric distribution, very close to that of a ceramic ink, and do not contain amorphous phase. For this reason, they are the best candidates for the production of high-quality ceramic inks. Indeed, given the same pigment, a correct granulometric distribution, first of the pigment, then of the ink, gives, first of all, an increase in color intensity; therefore, in a better quality of the final ink.
Pigments for the production of inks have very special needs: • Low salt content; • High chromatic intensity: a limited amount of pigment can be introduced as a solid phase; • Chromatic Gamut: Each pigment requires the maximum specific tonal development; Ceramic pigment inks are a dispersion between a liquid phase, suitably formulated to guarantee excellent firing and stability performance, and a solid phase consisting of inorganic pigments.
Inco Ceramic pigments impart intense and constant colors. Added in very small percentages to the ceramic mixture, they do not alter the shrinkage and characteristics of the mixture itself. Intense and constant tones, precise and unchanged particle size distributions over time, extremely low salinity. Request information!
The quick stains are characterized by a particle size distribution having an average particle value between 0.7 and 0.9 μm, and a real d100.. 👉 Read more.. #FocusOn #Inco #Pigmenti #PugmentiSubmicrnonici #PigmentiCeramici #Pigments #CeramicPigmentes #SubmicronPigments #Ceramic #Tiles #Colours
We are producers of traditional inorganic pigments, for inks, for mixing. 🆕 Discover the new green tone with which we also make digital ink! #New #NuovoTonoVerde #Verde #InchiostroDigitale #Pigmenti #PigmentiOrganici #PigmentiInchiostri #PigmentiImpasto #NewGreenTone #Green #Digitalink #Pigments #OrganicPigments #PigmentsInks #DoughPigments #Inks #Ceramic #Tiles
The yellow praseodymium pigment is obtained through the high-temperature solid-state reaction process of the precursor metals Pr-Zr-Si and is characterized by the crystalline structure of the zircon. It can be used for coloring enamels, ceramic mixtures or as a solid component for the production of ceramic inks. The Inco yellow praseodymium pigment is characterized by the characteristics of having a low presence of salts and a high chromatic intensity. #yellow #pigment #ceramic #tiles #colours
The advent of digital decoration in ceramics has led to the development of inorganic pigments for highly complex ceramic inks that require the coexistence of numerous characteristics. Modern ink-jet printing in fact requires attention and performance on many aspects: sedimentation, stability, coloring force ... But other important aspects such as cost, environmental impact or production capacity must also be taken into consideration.
Neutral and intense black for an unmatched graphic quality. We develop and produce any type of pigment for ceramic ink, using innovative and technological production facilities located in Italy, India and Russia. We propose different granulometric distributions, also submicronic. High quality standards and numerous controls throughout the production cycle with constant cost and quality of the pigment first and then ink. For information 📧 firstname.lastname@example.org 📞 +39 0536 51021
Thanks to its Research & Development and a DNA of Continuous Improvement, Inco Industria Colori is constantly working to evolve its pigments, improving their specifications and applications, providing innovative products of the highest quality. #EvoluzioneDelPigment #Research #RD #Pigment #BluCobalto #Cobalto #Pigment #Pigments #EvolutionPigments #Inks #Ceramic #Tile #cobaltcolour #cobaltblue #continuousimprovement #innovation
Grazie alla sua Ricerca & Sviluppo e un DNA di Continuous Improvement, Inco Industria Colori è attiva con costanza per evolvere i propri pigmenti, migliorandone le specifiche e applicazioni, fornendo prodotti innovativi di massima qualità. #EvoluzioneDelPigmento #Research #RD #Pigmento #BluCobalto #Cobalto #Pigment #Pigments #EvolutionPigments #Inks #Ceramic #Tile #cobaltcolour #cobaltblue #continuousimprovement #innovation