Metallic Bronze

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Metallic effect pigments are a type of pigment used to create a metallic or metal-like effect in coatings, paints, and other colourants. They contain tiny particles that are made up of metal flakes or powders, which reflect light and create a unique effects.

Metallic effect pigments are typically made from a range of materials, including aluminium and ferric oxide coated mica. They are available in a range of particle sizes, with larger particles creating a more pronounced metallic effect, while smaller particles create a subtler, more refined effect.

Metallic effect pigments can be used in a range of applications, including automotive finishes, industrial coatings, decorative paints and cosmetics. When used metallic effect pigments can create a striking and eye-catching effect, giving a unique, high-end look that can add a touch of elegance and sophistication.

The colour of metallic effect pigments can vary depending on the material used to make them, with aluminium particles creating a silver or grey effect, ferric oxide particles creating a reddish-brown or orange effect, and so on. They can also be combined with other pigments and colourants to create custom shades and effects.

Overall, metallic effect pigments are a popular choice for anyone looking to create a unique and striking metallic effect in their coatings, paints, or other colourants. They provide a high-end, sophisticated look that is sure to impress.

Metallic Effect Pigments are either made from Aluminium particles or from Mica flakes coated in Ferric Oxide which have the following properties:-

  • Strong Hiding Power
  • Excellent Chemical Resistance
  • Excellent Light Fastness
  • Excellent Physical Stability and Abrasion Resistance
  • Metallic Effect

Metallic Effect Pigments can be used in the following applications:-

  • Coatings including Spray Paints and Peelable Coatings
  • Cosmetics and Personal Care
  • Graphic Arts
  • Plastics
  • Industry