99.9%min Chrome Oxide Green Refractory Grade

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Production Details Of Chrome Oxide Green  :

 

1. Product Name: Chrome Oxide Green 

2. Molecular Formula: Cr2O3

3. HS Code: 2819900000

4. CAS No. : 1308-38-9

5. Appearance: green powder  

6.Specifications: (Quality Standard: HG/T 2775-1996)

 

Packing Of Chrome Oxide Green Powder : 

 

 25 kg/bag , 20 MT/ 20 FCL . Or as your requirements.

 

Usage Of Chrome Oxide Powder  : 

 

Mainly used in paint, glass, ceramics, building materials colorants, printing ink, 

metal polishing, smelting metal chromium, fire-proof material, etc.

 

TDS Of Chrome Oxide Green on Refractory Grade:

 

Item

            Index

Excellent Grade

First Grade 

Qualified Grade

Cr2O3   ≥

99%

98%

97%

Moisture  ≤

0.15

0.3

0.5

Water Soluble ≤

0.1

0.4 

0.7

Igloss ≤

0.6

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