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Metallic Pigments 100g
Our Metallic Pigments are specially designed to give a pearlescent and iridescent three dimensional look to your Designer Epoxy Resin floor. With a large array of colours and methods creating different finishes to your floor be it moon crater effect to making your floor look like a flawless sheet of marble. Our Metallic Pigments are composed of mica Nano particles that react with the epoxy resin to give your floor that extra gloss shine. With 20 colours to pick from and a near unlimited choice of coloured patterns, there’s plenty for you to choose to really inspire and be creative. No two floors are the same meaning you are guaranteed a bespoke finish to the envy of all your peers. We suggest 1 – 3 colours per floor Packaging 100 grams
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Resi-Metal Pigments 100g
Our new Resi-Metal pre-polymer pigments were especially developed as solvent-free colour additives which chemically crosslink with the polymer binding resin.
This ensures the metal colour and texture is "locked in" once the resin system has cured. They can be used to colour most polymer resin systems ( Epoxy, Polyester and Polyurethane ) used within the arts, crafts, flooring and coating industries. We have a selection of 5 colours ( see below ) that are quick & easy to use.
The recommended addition amount is 2%-5% by weight ( between 2 - 5 parts per 100 ). Even a tiny addition rate will transform clear resins into shimmering metallic colours without interrupting or altering the resin’s curing cycle or cured properties.
They have a much improved resistance to fading compared to conventional metal flakes and powders, as well as excellent storage stability and water-resistance.
Resi-METAL pigments are solvent-free and disperse uniformly & rapidly into clear unfilled epoxy, polyester and polyurethane resins, varnishes, gelcoats, paints or sealers.
The range of colours was carefully selected for colour fastness, blend rate, opacity, heat stability and having the minimum effect on the setting characteristics of the final resin system.