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Inks,Paints & Coatings
Ink, Paints and coating formulations generally contain pigments, fillers, additives and solvents, all of which are incorporated into a binder. The solvents can be organic or water-based. Producing a consistent and homogeneous product from such a varied combination of raw materials is a challenge for the milling process. Development of both gloss and color strength are critical factors, and are often highly dependent on media selection.
KINGDA CERAMIC- Dia 0.3mm Yttrium stabilized zirconia beads has been supplying high-quality ceramic media to the ink,paint and coating industries for more than 11 years. We also offer a unique level of after-sales and technical support.
Market-leading range of ceramic media
The minimum requirement of the milling process in Ink, Paints and coating is to achieve quality, both economically and consistently. Milling media is a significant factor, and the correct bead selection is critical. Ultimately, bead choice will depend on a number of criteria, including equipment, formulation and target particle size. Although these criteria help to define the density and the size of the bead needed, the final choice of the media also will be linked to three other parameters:
Ceramic bead formulation
For the typical batch processing of Ink, Paints and coatings, zirconia-based beads consistently outperform other media types. KINGDA CERAMIC has received good acceptance for excellence in engineered zirconia ceramics from clients around the world.
Bead manufacturing process
Bead failure can have catastrophic effects on both the process and the end product, with issues of lost production, contamination and mill damage. KINGDA CERAMIC's innovative bead processing technologies guarantee homogeneous and defect-free structures, resulting in more controlled operational behavior.
Enhanced roundness and smooth surfaces improve media flow and reduce abrasion. KINGDA CERAMIC- Dia 0.3mm Yttrium stabilized zirconia beads products have class-leading surface characteristics, which help increase mill efficiency and reduce heat generation.