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Blue Powder Pigment

Blue Powder Pigment

Blue Powder Pigment

I am looking for a blue powder pigment to be use in the manufacture of welding electrodes.
The pigment will be add to the flux formulation.

Can anyone recommend me what product shall we use?

Thanks in advance

RE: Blue Powder Pigment

Perhaps contacting the manufacturers of Ceramic Glaze pigments might be a course of inquiry.

This company produces Thermo-Chromic permanent color change pigments, some of which are used in welding & annealing. Even if they don't have what you are looking for, someone knowledgeable would likely be able to point you in the right direction or tell you if you are wasting your time. Link

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