ASTM International - ASTM C1545-02(2016)

Practice for Dispersing Pigments and Other Materials into Water-Based Suspensions with a High Intensity Mixer

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 November 2016
Status: historical
Page Count: 4
ICS Code (Auxiliary materials and additives for plastics): 83.040.30
significance And Use:

4.1 The traditional method of preparing glazes and slurries has been to add stains (pigments), stabilizers, viscosity control agents, bactericides, and so forth, to the pebble mill batch along... View More

scope:

1.1 In preparing ceramic glazes and slurries for use, it is often necessary to add pigments to develop a desired fired color, to incorporate viscosity control agents for developing, or providing to develop the desired thickness of the glaze on the ware, to add materials which stabilize the suspension, control bacterial growth, and develop the desired hardness of the glaze on the ware to allow moving and handling before firing. While it is convenient to add these materials to the glaze or slurry in the dry form, it is often possible to use slurries where these materials are dispersed in a slurry and the slurry then added to the liquid glaze. Regardless of the state of the additions (dry or slurry), the dispersion can be done efficiently and effectively by the use of a high intensity mixer (sometimes referred to as a dissolver) and the procedure used is described here.

1.2 The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as the standard.

1.3 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

Document History

November 1, 2020
Standard Practice for Dispersing Pigments and Other Materials Into Water-Based Suspensions With High Intensity Mixer
4.1 The traditional method of preparing glazes and slurries has been to add stains (pigments), stabilizers, viscosity control agents, bactericides, and so forth, to the pebble mill batch along with...
ASTM C1545-02(2016)
November 1, 2016
Practice for Dispersing Pigments and Other Materials into Water-Based Suspensions with a High Intensity Mixer
4.1 The traditional method of preparing glazes and slurries has been to add stains (pigments), stabilizers, viscosity control agents, bactericides, and so forth, to the pebble mill batch along with...
April 1, 2012
Practice for Dispersing Pigments and Other Materials into Water-Based Suspensions with a High Intensity Mixer
The traditional method of preparing glazes and slurries has been to add stains (pigments), stabilizers, viscosity control agents, bactericides, and so forth, to the pebble mill batch along with...
May 1, 2007
Practice for Dispersing Pigments and Other Materials into Water-Based Suspensions with a High Intensity Mixer
The traditional method of preparing glazes and slurries has been to add stains (pigments), stabilizers, viscosity control agents, bactericides, and so forth, to the pebble mill batch along with...
October 10, 2002
Practice for Dispersing Pigments and Other Materials into Water-Based Suspensions with a High Intensity Mixer
1.1 In preparing ceramic glazes and slurries for use, it is often necessary to add pigments to develop a desired fired color, to incorporate viscosity control agents for developing, or providing to...
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