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Venator's Davis Colors Launches New Line of Pigment Dosing Machines

The Davis Colors division of global chemical company Venator has launched three new advanced, automatic, pigment dosing machines that can make the production of colored ready-mix concrete cleaner, more consistent and, in some cases, twice as quick.

The Davis Colors division of global chemical company Venator has launched three new advanced, automatic, pigment dosing machines that can make the production of colored ready-mix concrete cleaner, more consistent and, in some cases, twice as quick.

The Chameleon-G, the Chameleon-GT and the Chameleon Bagging System are the latest additions to the Davis Colors equipment range of PC-operated, ready-mix, automatic color metering systems, which are engineered specifically for the construction industry. All three new machines work in combination with Venator’s Granufin pigment technology – a range of high quality, spray-dried microgranules, optimized for stability and dispersibility.

Notable for their size and sturdiness, the three new Chameleon machines are compact, rugged, and have a small footprint – with the Chameleon-G and the Chameleon-GT delivered in secure, weatherproof containers that enable easy outdoor use. Standing at around 9ft high, each machine is easily accessible, making the loading and refilling process safer to manage. The machines also function without the use of air-operated actuators or valves – meaning there are less machine parts to monitor and maintain.

Davis Color is a division of Venator – the experts in pigment and additives for the construction industry. Davis Color manufactures liquid, powder and granule color plus color pigment dosing systems.

Davis Color is a division of Venator – the experts in pigment and additives for the construction industry. Davis Color manufactures liquid, powder and granule color plus color pigment dosing systems. Other machines available in the Chameleon range include the Chameleon Ready Mix; the Chameleon Pre-Cast; and the Chameleon Express. These machines are all used in combination with Davis Color Hydrotint liquid pigments.

Ready mix producers wanting to discuss their pigment dosing requirements and whether liquid-based, granulated or concentrated powder pigments would best suit their needs, should contact: [email protected] Alternatively, you can visit Venator’s construction experts at Bauma, the construction show, which runs from 8-12 April 2019, in Munich, Germany.

About Venator
Venator is a global manufacturer and marketer of chemical products that comprise a broad range of pigments and additives that bring color and vibrancy to buildings, protect and extend product life, and reduce energy consumption. We market our products globally to a diversified group of industrial customers through two segments: Titanium Dioxide, which consists of our TiO2 business, and Performance Additives, which consists of our functional additives, color pigments, timber treatment and water treatment businesses. We operate 24 facilities, employ approximately 4,300 associates worldwide and sell our products in more than 110 countries.


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