A group of three plastic molecular models of pigments manufactured by Pigment Manufacturers of Australia, (PMA) Laverton, Victoria, Australia. The models were hung in the foyer of the main office in Laverton, Victoria, Australia, circa 1970-1990.
One model possibly represents a red pigment, another is of Pigment Yellow 12 and the other one is of Phthalocyanine Blue.
Pigment Manufacturers of Australia (P.M.A.) was established at Laverton in 1961. It manufactured two main classes of pigments, azo and phthalocyanine, which were sold mainly to the local ink and paint markets. P.M.A. closed down in 1990 due to various economic and environmental factors.
Group of 3 molecular models consisting of black, red, blue, yellow and white plastic spheres connected together.
Donation from Pigment Manufacturers of Australia (PMA), 22 Jan 1991
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Type of item
480 mm (Width), 880 mm (Depth), 95 mm (Height)
Dimensions of largest model.