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ED pigments

Easily dispersible

organic pigments:

the easy way to perfect

colors

MALMÖ, 6 TH NOVEMBER 2012

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Table of Content

– The ED Concept

– The 3 ED Ranges

– Handling of EDS, EDU and EDW pigments

– Benefits of using ED pigments

– Scale up example


The ED Concept

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What is an ED pigment ?

Colorant

Difference

Product

example

Dispersing

effort

Inorganic

Iron oxide

etc.

Dispersing effort

= low to middle

(dissolver only is

possible)

Pigments Pigment dispersions

Organic

Hostaperm ® ,

Novoperm ® ,

etc.

Dispersing effort

= middle to high

(dissolver only is

not possible)

Liquid

(dispersion)

Colanyl ® 500

Hostatint ® 500

etc.

Dispersing effort = zero

Solid

(granules)


� Pigments are already dispersed

� Ready to use for tinting

The ED pigments are surface modified organic pigments.

They can be dispersed by using only a dissolver.


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Process of manufacturing ED pigments

No additional step needed for the production of ED pigments


The 3 ED Ranges

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Our three ED ranges

ED pigments for all kind of applications:

� from solvent to water borne systems

� from industrial to decorative applications


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Our three ED ranges

Target

market

Products

� Available

� R&D

EDS range EDU range

Industrial coatings

(solvent borne)

� Novoperm Yellow F2G-EDS (PY194)

� Hostaperm Yellow H4G-EDS (PY151)

� Novoperm Yellow HR 70-EDS (PY83)

� Novoperm Yellow M2R 70-EDS (PY139)

� Novoperm Orange HL 70-EDS (PO36)

� Hostaperm Red D3G 70-EDS (PR254)

� Hostaperm Pink E-EDS (PR122)

� Hostaperm Violet RL-EDS (PV23)

� Hostaperm Blue B2G-EDS (PB15:3)

� Hostaperm Green GNX-EDS (PG7)

Industrial coatings

(water & solvent borne)

� Hostaperm Yellow H3G-EDU (PY154)

� Novoperm Yellow F2G-EDU (PY194)

� Novoperm Yellow HR 70-EDU (PY83)

� Novoperm Orange HL 70-EDU (PO36)

� Hostaperm Red D3G 70-EDU (PR254)

� Hostaperm Pink E-EDU (PR122)

� Hostaperm Violet RL-EDU (PV23)

EDW range

Decorative coatings

(water borne)

� Hostaperm Yellow H3G-EDW (PY154)

� Novoperm Yellow HR 70-EDW (PY83)

� Novoperm Orange HL 70-EDW (PO36)

� Permanent Orange 2RLD71-EDW (PO74)

� Hostaperm Scarlet GO-EDW (PR168)

� Hostaperm Red D3G 70-EDW (PR254)

� Novoperm Red HF3S-EDW (PR188)

� Hostaperm Pink E-EDW (PR122)

� Hostaperm Pink E02-EDW (PR122)

� Hostaperm Violet RL-EDW (PV23)

� Hostaperm Blue B2G-EDW (PB15:3)


Handling of EDS, EDU and

EDW Pigments

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Mass tone

8 -18 %

+

Dissolver Dispersion

30 min at 7000 bis 10 000rpm at 50°C

Mass tone

4 -10 %

Handling of EDS/EDU Pigments

Binder :

� AM baking enamel

� 2-pack PU

�2-pack acrylic

isocyanate cured

Mill base

16 - 36 %

Clear lacquer

+

Mass tone

8 -18%

Let down mixture

Mass tone

4 -10 %

+

Mill base

16 - 36 %

White Reduction

1:10 / 1:20

White

paint

Handling of EDW Pigments

Dissolver Dispersion

30 min at 8000 bis 10 000rpm at 40°C

Binder free :

� Dispersing agents

� Humectants

� Defoamers

� Biocides

Pigment Tinter + + White

Pigment Tinter +

35 -50 %

paint

35 -50 %

(1 % TiO2) Deep Shade

Mill base

35 - 50 %

+

Water

Pigment Tinter ( 35 – 50% pigment)

for water based and/or universal applications

EDS/EDU pigments - dissolver dispersion with the binder

EDW pigments - dissolver dispersion binder free

Mill base

35 - 50 %

White Reduction

White paint

(20 % TiO 2)


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Handling of EDS & EDU pigments

Conventional Pigment ED Pigment

Pre-dispersion

(HS dissolver)

Grinding

(bead mill)

Mill base

(pigment paste)

Let down

�Paint Paint

Value chain implications of ED pigments

modified with additives

Simplification of the process

Need of the right viscosity to get

enough shear forces

Dispersion

(HS dissolver)

Mill base

(pigment paste)

Let down

�Paint Paint

EDS/EDU pigments are dissolver dispersible and need less additives


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Handling of EDW pigments

Standard pigment

+

Additives

&

Water

EDW pigment

+

Less additives

&

Water

Wetting step

=

Dispersion step

Bead mill

Milling step

Optimization of the viscosity to get

enough shear forces

Pigment

dispersion

=

Tinter

For In-plant

and/or

POS

EDW pigments are dissolver dispersible and need less wetting agents


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Where to use EDW pigments ?

Water-based decorative

pigment dispersions

EDW pigments

Dissolver

Depending on wetting

and dispersing agents

Multipurpose decorative

pigment dispersions

EDW pigments are also for multipurpose pigment dispersions !


Benefits of using ED

Pigments

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Simplifying your process

Dispersion Time (min)

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

1. Pre-dispersion dissolver app.15 min at 15-21 m/sec

2. Grinding bead mill 60 min.

Coventional

Pigments

EDS Pigments

Bead mill

Dissolver

Dissolver dispersion 30 min. at 15-21 m/sec

No need of a bead mill + shorter dispersion time


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Simplifying your process

Colour strength (%)

Example: Dispersion study of Pigment Red 168

Grinding medium : Aqueous, binder-free and low VOC

100

0

0 30

Time (min)

ED-Pigment

(surface modified)

Use of a dissolver

EDW pigments: more colour strength + shorter dispersing time.

Just by using a dissolver !

Standard Pigment

(not surface modified)

Bead

mill

Use of a bead mill


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Possible co-dispersion of EDS pigments with

inorganic pigments

Hostaperm Yellow H4G-EDS Pigment Yellow 151

Novoperm Yellow F2G-EDS Pigment Yellow 194

Novoperm Yellow HR 70-EDS Pigment Yellow 83

Novoperm Yellow M2R 70-EDS Pigment Yellow 139

Novoperm Orange HL 70-EDS Pigment Orange 36

Hostaperm Red D3G 70-EDS Pigment Red 254

Hostaperm Pink E-EDS Pigment Red 122

Hostaperm Violet RL-EDS Pigment Violet 23

Hostaperm Blue B2G-EDS Pigment Blue 15:3

conventional

inorganic pigments

Pigment Brown 24

Pigment Yellow 42

Pigment Red 101

Pigment White 6

*Pigment Black 7

� Binder system: Alkyd-Melamine baking enamel

� High speed (cowles) dispersibility, 30 min 21

m/sec

� No additive is necessary for the EDS pigments

RAL 1003 RAL 3000 RAL 5022

Safety

Yellow

� 5 % Disperbyk 110 upon inorganic pigments

� Black 7: solvent-based pigment preparation “Hostatint Black A-N 100

Formulations for RAL and Safety colors are possible

Safety

Red

Safety

Purple

- - - - - -

51.0 % - - 40.9 % - -

15.2 % - - - - -

- 31.4 % - - - -

- - - - 61.4 % -

- 43.0 % - - 20.3 % -

- - 33.80 % - - 6.4 %

- - - - - 1.1 %

- - 27.40 % - - -

- - - 15.5 % - -

9.2 % - - - - -

- 11.5 % - - - 6.8 %

24,6 % 14.1 % 38.80 % 43.6 % 18.0 % 85.7 %

- trace 0.05 % trace 0.3 % -


Benefits in Production

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Scale up of a solvent based pigment dispersion

using: Hostaperm Red D3G70-EDS (1 ton)

Milling chamber

Dissolver lab scale Dissolver production scale Bead mill production scale

Diameter � (mm) 105 1200 300

Height (Internal)

(mm)

140 1100 400

Volume (l) 1,1 1000 10

Milling disc

Diameter � (mm) 70 400 -

Height (Internal)

(mm)

18 25 -

Speed (rpm) 3000 600 -

Speed (m/s) 11 13 -


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Scale up of a solvent based pigment dispersion

using: Hostaperm Red D3G70-EDS (1 ton)

[Pigment ] during milling: 36%

Dissolver production Bead mill production

Dissolver time (min) 30 20

Dissolver speed (m/s) 13 13

Bead mill time (%) 0 100

Total energy cost (%) 6 100

Solvent evaporation (%) 0 0

Cleaning time (%) 13 100


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Scale up of a solvent pigment preparation using:

Hostaperm Red D3G70-EDS (1 ton)

Reactor

Dissolver

(Time of use)

Bead mill

Filling

Production time

Primary production cost Secondary production cost

-58 %

-100 % no bead mill necessary

-85 %

33 %

0 20 40 60 80 100

Personal

Overhead

Electricity

(Time of use) (inc. dissolver, bead mill,

cooling system)

Cleaning

efforts

other costs

� Dissolver (Hostaperm Red D3G 70-EDS)

� Bead mill (Hostaperm Red D3G 70)

-90 %

-87 %

0 20 40 60 80 100

ED pigments: achievement of the requested color strength

in a shorter dispersing time just by using a dissolver !

-34 %


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ED Pigments: Cost saving potential

Cash Capacity Sustainability /Carbon footprint

100 % -30% 100 % 100 %

50

0

Conversion

Cost

50

0

-85%

Production

Time

50

0

Electricity

-90%

Standard Pigment

ED Pigment

ED pigments: cost saving, flexibility in production and a sustainable solution


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ED pigments from Clariant

…a range that fits your needs

� From solvent- to water-based

� For industrial as well as for new generation of low VOC decorative

paints

� Simplifying your process

� Reducing your costs

� Improving the environmental aspect of your process

� Achieving perfect colors


Thank You!

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