Our pigments are based upon natural and synthetic materials and used primarily to optimise colour and hue.
A pigment refers to a substance that alters the colour of reflected or transmitted light by selectively absorbing specific wavelengths.
Pigments come in two main types: organic (containing carbon) and inorganic. Inorganic pigments are generally brighter and more durable compared to organic pigments. While organic pigments sourced from natural materials have a long history of use, most pigments employed today are either synthetic organic or inorganic.
The main purpose of pigments is to provide colour or opacity to various materials, including textiles and paints. The range of pigments available through the RBH Group are utilized in a range of industries such as paints, inks, cosmetics, and plastics.