Ceramic pigments

Ceramic pigments are used to refine the surface of ceramic products. Pigments are mostly of inorganic origin; they consist of metal borates, silicates, aluminates and oxides. While the production of technical ceramics depends on a porous base material with the most perfect possible cubic structure, ceramic pigments are rather associated with surface refinement. This process forms a sealed and glassy surface layer.

With the DISPERMAT®, VMA-Getzmann offers an abrasion-resistant wet grinding technique for ceramic pigments to obtain a surface which is as smooth as possible, free of defects and color intensive.

Rotor-stator homogenizers (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Vacuum dissolvers (Products for production)

Modular rotor-stator systems (Products for production)

Basket mills (Products for production)

ATEX basket mills (Products for production)

Vacuum basket mills (Products for production)

ATEX vacuum basket mills (Products for production)

2 in 1: basket mills with dissolver (Products for production)

Basket mills (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Modular basket mills (Products for production)