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Ceramic colour stains (pigments)

 

*if you buy less than 1 kg there is 15% price increase
* minimum order quantity - 100 grams
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Code Colour Aplication
  Glaze Engobe / body Price for 1 kg with VAT (leva)
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TB-357
BB-361
     
ZrSiO4 White
(Zirconium silicate)
5 microns
14.10
K 226 11 Light blue      
30.10
K 227 11 Blue    
67.90
K 219 11 Blue      
93.50
K 218 11 Blue    
72.10
K 234 11 Dark pink      
26.60
 
К 242 11 Purple      
203.70
К 220 11 Blue-green      
67.90
K 228 11 Green      
46.80
K 212 11 Light green      
37.00
K 231 11 Dark brown      
29.30
K 232 11 Sand brown      
29.10
K 233 11 Honey brown      
29.10
K 222 11 Red      
103.70
K 230 11 Dark pink      
72.60
K 229 11 Coral red     
35.00
K 221 11 Black (up to1100°С)    
19.50
K 241 11 Black (up to1250°С)    
90.60
K 224 11 Orange      
91.20
K 223 11 Yellow    
42.60
All prices are in leva with VAT !
The catalogue presents:    
The colouring of basic glazes:   Transparent lead-free glaze ТВ-357
    White zirkonium glaze ВВ-361
    Firing temperature 1040°C, 5% pigment percentage (10% at К 222 11)
Options for pigment usage:
Recommended
 
Suitable

The ceramic colour stains are special inorganic pigments with high thermal stability and chemical ressistance. They are used for colouring of ceramic glazes, bodies, engobes, enamels, and in porcelain and glass production.
Their colour intensilty and stability depends on their structure, from the firing temperature, kiln atmosphere, the chemical structure of the product they are used in, etc. Therefore it is recommended a practical test in advance. Usualy the stains are stable up to 1200°C. In some cases they can can be stable and above 1200°C. At higher temperatures some stains can be dissolved into the glaze (or the glass) and as a result their colour intensity to decrease. In such case it is recommended the percentage of that stain to be increased.
The stains are in dry powder form. They can be milled together with glazes, enamels, engobes, bodies, etc. The milling can have influence on the colour intensity.
Each batch is tested according  EN ISO 9001. Parameters which are tested are:
  • particle size (Malvern)
  • colour deviation from a standard sample (Chromameter Minolta)
  • humidity
All prices are in leva with VAT !

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