Campine’s antimony trioxide products are ideal as raw materials for pigments. They offer unquestionable purity and maximum quality consistency and are produced sustainably. Because we offer antimony trioxide in different variants, volumes and packaging, we can also significantly optimise your production processes and profitability.


Versatile raw materials

Colour effects

Antimony trioxide can be used in various ways as a pigment:

  • in pure form as a mineral-white pigment for a ‘whiter than white’ colour effect
  • baked into clay during firing to give the top layer of ceramics a white-yellow creamy colour
  • as a raw material for inorganic pigments to create earthy shades, from yellow to dark red and brown


In outdoor applications in particular, mineral or inorganic pigments should definitely be used, as they support colour-fastness under extreme temperatures and UV or infrared radiation.


Choose the right antimony trioxide grade

For pigments you need extra-pure antimony trioxide of consistent quality. As the particle size, particle distribution and purity of antimony all play a role in the pigmentation process, we produce extra-pure antimony trioxide powder with a particle size of 0.8 μm to 10.0 μm that can be delivered in pre-dosed and soluble pillow bags, mixed bags or bulk.

In addition to the various standard pigment solutions, we also offer bespoke products and specialised advice. Let us work out the optimal composition for your application together with you.

Minimising costs and optimising the process

Using the right raw materials for pigments and flame retardants has an impact on product quality, the efficiency of the production process and the overall cost. We are happy to share ideas with you about how you can achieve the desired result with as little product volume as possible and minimum product loss and safety risks.

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