Measuring Organic Pigments with Laser Diffraction

Particle Characterization

Particle size is a critical physical characteristic of pigments, affecting many performance factors including gloss and tinctorial strength. Laser diffraction is the most popular method of particle size analysis for the milling process, allowing close control and optimization of a number of final product performance criteria.

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Organic Pigments
DescriptionPigment particles are milled to ensure they are below the size required by the desired type of finish. The final quality check has often been the Hegman gauge, however, this traditional technique can not measure the full particle size distribution. Laser diffraction allows close control and optimization of a number of final product performance criteria.
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