Please visit: Shepherd Color Co., The
4539 Dues Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45246 US
Complex inorganic color pigments include cobalt aluminate blues, cobalt chrome aluminate turquoises, cobalt titanate greens, nickel titanate yellows, chrome titanate buffs, iron titanate browns, iron-free titanate browns, copper chromite blacks, IR reflective blacks, cobalt violets, and manganese violets, all supplied as dry powder. Produced by high-temperature calcination process, pigments are nonbleeding, chemically inert, lightfast, weather-resistant, and heat stable. Typical applications are in extrusion and powder coat systems for thermoplastics and thermosets including rigid and flexible PVC, vinyl, PE, PP, PS, PUR, PVDF, nylon, ABS, PC, and other engineering resins and reinforced plastics.
Complete color range of Arctic infrared reflecting pigments available. Starlight special effect pigments available in a range of particle sizes. These silver-coated glass flakes and microspheres provide a dazzling sparkle and reflectivity. May be processed in single- and twin-screw equipment without influence on reflectivity.
First new blue pigment in two centuries created accidentally in a university lab.
Can be blended with organic pigments to provide opacity without losing chroma.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: A new chocolate brown mineral pigment from Shepherd Color Co., Cincinnati, reflects infrared and thereby allows dark-colored plastics to minimize heat buildup when exposed to sunlight.