Aluminium Glitter

Aluminium Glitter / Glimmer / Flitter

1. Aluminium Glitter Epoxy

In the plastic industry it is possible to use SiLiglit Aluminium Glitter Epoxy up to a temperature of 220° C.


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Aluminium Glitter Epoxy is very popular in the household articles industry, through a injection moulding process in black (colour 58) in order to obtain granite effects, or in silver (colour 50) for metallic impressions: for the chassis of vacuum cleaners, mobile telephones, espresso-machines, etc.


The ratio between glitter and raw material amounts to 0.5 - 1.5 weight %, whereas this ratio between gltter and batch amounts to 50 to 70 (depends on the intensity and particle size and desired effect).


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Aluminium Glitter Epoxy is the most popular choice in the wallpaper industry.


The application of the glitter can be made through a thermal treatment in an air canal up to a temperature of 200° C. This glitter is also suitable for use in wet wallpapers and epoxy-based powder coatings.

SiLiglit Aluminium-Glitter with epoxy coating is also used for powder coatings on epoxy vesin base.

The results in the furniture and sport-articles industry are also excellent.

2. Aluminium Glitter Uncoated

As a more economical choice, the SiLiglit Aluminium Glitter Uncoated has many different applications in the decoration industry: spread in window displays, on tables, in stores as well as ornaments used in hobby and floral industry.

Our aluminium-glitter epoxy silver (colour 50) is also suitable for decoration in the wallpaper industry particularly sizes 0.4 mm - article 2001/50 - and 0.6 mm - art. 2002/50.

 

Our SiLiglit Aluminium Glitter / Glimmer / Flitter are produced in two different versions:
SiLiglit Aluminium Glitter Epoxy with epoxy coating and
SiLiglit Aluminium Glitter uncoated.

Main quality characteristics

1. Aluminium Glitter Epoxy

  • high temperature resistance
  • good resistance to most solvents
  • very thin gauge of the particles


2.  Aluminium Glitter uncoated

  • available up to a size of 3 mm
  • the colour silver 50, is restistant up to a temperature of 300° C