From 2001, inkjet technology has been applied to ceramic tiles decoration, and nowadays it is the most widespread method in this field. Decoration possibilities and performances are in constant evolution, but the formulation of inks remains one of the most critical point. Inks for ceramic tiles decoration are characterized by: 1) a solid pigment: a coloring grounded mineral component, 2)a dispersing phase: mix of organic compounds that keeps the solid phase in suspension and allows inks printability. This study focuses on the characterization of VOCs coming from the firing of inks, during tiles production, to evaluate their impact on outdoor and indoor pollution.

Study of outdoor and indoor emissions of digital ceramic inks by GC-MS / Ferrari, Giorgia; Zannini, Paolo. - (2015). ((Intervento presentato al convegno XV Giornata della Chimica dell'Emilia Romagna tenutosi a Modena (Italy) nel 18/12/2015.

Study of outdoor and indoor emissions of digital ceramic inks by GC-MS

FERRARI, GIORGIA;ZANNINI, Paolo
2015

Abstract

From 2001, inkjet technology has been applied to ceramic tiles decoration, and nowadays it is the most widespread method in this field. Decoration possibilities and performances are in constant evolution, but the formulation of inks remains one of the most critical point. Inks for ceramic tiles decoration are characterized by: 1) a solid pigment: a coloring grounded mineral component, 2)a dispersing phase: mix of organic compounds that keeps the solid phase in suspension and allows inks printability. This study focuses on the characterization of VOCs coming from the firing of inks, during tiles production, to evaluate their impact on outdoor and indoor pollution.
XV Giornata della Chimica dell'Emilia Romagna
Modena (Italy)
18/12/2015
Ferrari, Giorgia; Zannini, Paolo
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