In the previous article of our three-part series, we discussed the control of colour in powder coatings. In the last of the series, we discuss weathering variables for powder coatings.
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Shepherd Color has been recognized by National Geographic in their December issue for our innovation in inorganic color pigments. Specifically noted is NTP Yellow and RTZ Orange pigments, great non-toxic replacements for lead chromate pigments, as well as YInMn Blue.
Watch the video to learn more about Blue 10C595 and why it’s no ordinary blue.
Latest Update: November 24, 2020 Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, in addition to our existing policies and procedures, we have updated our Face Mask Policy effective immediately. In an effort to further protect our employees, their families, and our business, we will be increasing the usage of face masks in our facility. In […]
Fall brings beautiful colors to our environment, reminding us of our many colorful pigments complimenting this time of year. Watch the video to learn more about Brown 30C888, Orange 30C342, and Yellow 30C236.
As regulatory pressures increase and sustainability gains more and more attention, some of the older complex inorganic color pigment chemistries really show their usefulness. A range of aesthetically pleasing and naturally soothing brown to yellow pigments have been workhorses in coatings and plastics applications – because of their regulatory friendly position, performance, and inertness – […]
Shepherd Color’s Green 10C650 masstone meets this criteria and more The Shepherd Color Company developed a dark colored pigment called Green 10C650, that excels in allowing color matchers to make dark green colors that have high total solar reflectance (TSR) and excellent weathering properties. Green 10C650 is part of our Arctic® Infrared Reflective Pigments, which […]
In the September issue of Compounding World, ‘Pigments move beyond aesthetics’ reviews the latest developments in pigments for plastics. Market demands go well beyond aesthetics, and provide answers to environmental questions. The trend to substitution of heavy metals, through the use of new inorganic and organic pigments, and the growing interest in pigments derived from […]
When concerns were raised about specific forms of nickel in standard Cobalt Titanate, CI Pigment 50 (PG50) in the European Union (EU), Shepherd Color deployed their sizeable expertise in technical, analytical, and regulatory areas to find not one, but two high-performance pigment solutions.