Pigments for glazes and Tintometric Systems
Coloured inorganic pigments produced by calcination to high temperature of metallic oxides. Thermal stability, resistance and appropriate particle size provide our pigments with high colour intensity. Their easy dispersion makes them optimal for any type of colouration.
Pigments for porcelain stoneware. Wet process
This range of colours is composed by inorganic pigment selection especially designed and produced for porcelain stoneware colouration. They give outstanding homogeneity and stability without modifying the firing conditions of the body.
Pigments for porcelain stoneware. Dry process
Dry coloration pigments especially adapted for the process of dry colouring of atomized powder of porcelain stoneware. Their dispersion and particle size ensure a successful colouration process.
Special fluid complex metal dispersion for porcelain stoneware decoration.
Pigments for sanitaryware
Pigments of very high thermal stability that allow long firing times without losing colouration.
Pigments for vitreous mosaic
Pigments for recycled and specific glass colouration, Al-Farben, S.A. has selected a complete product range that is adapted to the specific conditions of manufacture of this product.
COLOURS FOR DECORATION
Colours for low Tª 800-850 ºC (with or without lead)
Colours for decoration for firing at 800-850 ºC. Product range exists without lead or cadmium.
Metallic colours Tª 800-1140 ºC
Colours of Metallica effect. It is available in two product ranges according to the temperature of decoration required.
Colored vitrifiable enamels
The Torrecid group has developed a complete range of vitrifiable coloured enamels free of Pb for the flat glass decoration. The range allows different tonalities to be obtained from the RAL scale. It can be used as an enamel for different working temperatures.
Metallic effect vitrifiable enamels
Al-Farben S.A. has a range of metallic enamels of different tonalities like gold, bronze, silver, that extend the possibilities for flat glass decoration.
The luster effect is achieved by the application of an organ metallic compound on glass obtaining a mirror effect which is coloured transparent, making one more an economic alternative to other similar effects made by electro physical metallic particle deposition. They can be combined with the standard colours to obtain new glass effects for construction, furniture, etc.
The application of non slip enamels, for the decoration of the flat glass, has numerous possibilities for its use.