Along with our standard line of colorants, we welcome opportunities to create custom pigment dispersions. Bi-Angle Chemical can create custom formulations for a wide range of markets, or even toll manufacture product.

Bi-Angle Chemical manufactures several lines of standard, high-performance, organic and inorganic liquid pigment dispersions for both phthalate and non-phthlate plasticizers as well as urethane. Our pigment dispersions are designed for compatibility, consistent strength and shade specifications for masstone and tint, enhanced product performance, and easy incorporation into a wide range of custom formulated coatings.

In addition to our standard lines of product, we welcome opportunities for customization. Our research and development group is equipped to
create custom colorants, optimized to your manufacturing process in order to obtain the best compatibility and value. If it requires an offset, shade match or even toll manufacturing, our team is focused on specific customer needs and committed to providing partners with solutions that meet their technical requirements and exceed their expectations.

With several decades of formulation experience in our laboratory, Bi-Angle’s chemists can create something unique, toll disperse pigments using your formulas under a confidentiality agreement, or blend chemicals to your specifications. Contact us and share your experiences. Whatever the application, we are excited about opportunities to partner with manufacturers and team up.

Our pigment dispersions are available in a variety of packaging including:
1 gallon cans providing one gallon of material ranging from 1 to 12 pounds. 5 gallon pails, providing five gallons of material ranging from 40 to 70 pounds. 55 gallon Steel drums providing 55 gallons of material ranging from 400 to 650 pounds. Special tote packaging available too.

Storage containers should be tightly sealed when not in use. This will prevent the absorption of atmospheric moisture and minimize the chance of airborne contamination. Containers should be stored in a manner to protect them from temperature extremes (32-120°F). Material should be