Cool Black Pigments

Cool black is a variety of black pigment that reflects heat. Unlike carbon black, they are also named cold pigments since they do not allow the heat quantity to increase on the material surface due to their structure reflecting solar energy more.


These pigments that are highly resistant to weather conditions, heat and light are produced by calcination and final pulverization of a special metal oxide mixture at 800-1300 ° C. They are chemically inert.

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