Castelli Orange color
The CPM series is the classic range of lead colors for majolica decoration. Represents the traditional line of overglaze colors to be used to decorate directly on the glaze. They are produced with a fine grain size with a manufacturing process that makes them naturally suitable for brush application. You can customize your colors by mixing the colors together, even dry, and add them to enamels and lead crystallines to obtain original pigmentations.
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Ceramic color for majolica, Sector of use: Artistic-Industrial, Biscuit baking temperature: 920 ° -940 °, State: powder, Color: castelli orange. ATTENTION: Before using the product on a large scale, carry out tests.
To use the products supplied in powder form, it will be sufficient to dissolve them in water, leaving the suspension to rest for 24 hours in order to allow the various particles to get wet on their entire surface and cause the release of air bubbles included, making sure that the clayey part absorbs enough water to perform its action.
When using the colors for the first time, it is advisable to pass them through a sieve of at least 1296 mesh / cm², an operation to be repeated at each subsequent use.
The density of the liquid color will be proportional to the concentration of the powder and dependent on the specific weight of the color itself. It is difficult to establish fixed dilution fees, since this depends on the application system (brush stroke or spray), on the porosity of the substrate, on the desired thickness and on the operating speed. Generally the density of use is established with the densimeter which will allow you to bring the color back to the correct density every time you want to use it. It represents the traditional line of overglaze colors to be used to decorate directly on the enamel. They are produced with a fine grain size with a manufacturing process that makes them naturally suitable for brush application. You can customize your colors by mixing the colors together, even dry, and add them to enamels and lead crystallines to obtain original pigmentations. PREPARATION - APPLICATION - COOKING: Mix with water, sift and apply with a brush, sponge or pad. Airbrush application for professional use only. Firing temperature: 920 ° -980 ° C Some colors may be slightly more refractory than others due to their natural chemical composition, which makes them slightly less shiny in correspondence of accumulations, decoration on poorly fusible glazes or particularly low temperatures . Some colors such as Copper Green can create a surface metallization effect if applied too thick. With an excessive increase in the firing temperature, the colors increase their fusibilization and may tend to sink slightly into the glaze. To better understand the behavior of colors, the use of cones and rings in the cooking oven is recommended from time to time to check the actual operating temperature.