APPLICATIONS

The projecting position that the iron oxides have assumed in the field of pigments, is attributed regardless of affordable, first to its excellent fastness properties. They are quite insoluble and stable in water as well as organic binders such as cement and lime glass liquid. In addition, iron oxides are most notable for their excellent fastness to light and weather resistance, in addition to its characteristic and excellent hiding power and tinting strength.

These characteristics have allowed the application of iron oxides in a variety of processes.

Decorative and protective coatings

Pigments are widely used in all types of emulsion systems, oil, or synthetic resin base by the manufacturers of coatings and inks.

Cement products

Mixed in dry or wet concrete and mortar pigments produce a variety of shades that enhance the appeal of walls, patios, houses, swimming pools, halls.

Precast

Precast concretes are a very practical, economical, quick and quality alternative in the construction industry.

Plastics, Rubber and PVC

Pigments are used in almost any type of plastic. Its tiny particle size and its good dispensability make them a good option for mixing.

Paper

Pigments are used in almost any type of plastic. Its tiny particle size and its good dispensability make them a good option for mixing.

Glass

Synthetic iron oxide pigments are used to impart color to glass, small quantities give yellowish and bluish tones.

Tiles and ceramic Tiles

Due to its high temperature resistance red pigments can be applied in all different ceramic applications.

Agricultural Products

Yellow and Red pigments are often mixed with fertilizer and animal feed to give a distinctive and uniform color.

Asphalt

Iron oxide pigments are used in almost any type of asphalt. Its good dispensability makes them suitable for mixing.

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