Glass Application- Black Glass
Copper oxide or cupric oxide is a black glass pigment used in soda, lime, and silica glass colouration. It’s milled to an ultra-fine powder to allow for thorough dispersal during mixing, which eliminates speckling.
- Fine milling provides smooth and even colour
- Can be used to produce emerald and black glass on the same line
- Black colour is exposed during striking
- Contains 95%-99% CuO
- Dry bulk density: 2.6 untapped
- 98% below 75 micron/200 mesh
The black colouration of copper oxide comes out after the annealing process when the bottles are heated to a higher temperature (600°C-650°C) to expose the latent colour. This is known as “striking”. Black glass can be made with copper oxide on the same production line as emerald glass by striking only the portion that requires black pigmentation.
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