Organic & Inorganic Pigments

Organic pigment refers to colored material made of organic compound with pigment properties. Common types include azo pigments, lake pigments, phthalocyanine pigments and quinacridone pigments. They are all artificially synthetic organic compounds. The intermediate, synthesis process and equipment required by such kind of pigments are generally the same as that required by organic dyes, therefore usually manufactured in the dye industry. However, as pigments, they are, after all, different from the organic dyes. The organic pigment has no affinity to the coloured substance, instead being attached to the surface of the coloured substance through adhesive or film-forming material to achieve the purpose of colouring the object.

ACPL products include-
a) Inorganic Chrome Pigments
b) High Temperature Pigments
c) Anti-Corrosives Pigments
d) Organic Azo Red Pigments

About Anupam Colours Private Limited

Anupam Colours Private Limited pigments are used by a wide range of industries to extend product life, improve processing, impart colour and optimize product performance. We enable our customers to market enhanced appearance and performance in their products. At ACPL we use surface chemistry to expand the performance profile and functionality of our pigments - creating specialised chemical formulations to tailor their transparency / opacity, gloss, tinctorial strength, thermal stability and other characteristics in order to meet the specific requirements of Paints, Printing Inks, Plastics, Cosmetics and Rubber & Leather Industries.

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