Cadmium Orange Pigment Pigment Organic Powder

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Cadmium Orange Specifications:


Products made by Powder Coating Pigments Manufacturer 
- Excellent lightfastness resistance 
- Weather resistance 
- Tint strength

- Orange Pigment for Powder Description:

 


Chemical Name: Cadmium Orange

C.I.Name: Pigment orange 20

Chemical Components: Cd-Se-S

CAS No.: 12656-57-4

 

 

Cadmium Orange Main Technical Data:

Volatile content at 105:

≤0.5%

Soluble salts:

 

≤0.5%

Residue on 325 mesh sieve:

≤0.5%

Features

The inclusion series is a kind of   unpolluted pigment, compared with traditional Se. Red pigment, which is   heat-resistant and high-colored.

Usage

Mainly used in Tiles, Sanitary and   Daily Ceramic producing, Offset Ink, Water base Ink , Textile Printing,   Plastic etc.

 

Packing Details

25kg/bag, 40bag/pallet, woven bag with   inner plastic, or customized.

 

Delivery Time

1-2 weeks after the confirmed order

 

Payment Term

L/C, T/T

 

Cadmium Orange Advantages:

Non-flammable, non-corrosive, non-explosive.
Excellent coloring strength, good lightfastness, weather resistance, excellent hiding power and non-migratory, its’ color range from yellow through orange to purple reddish orange.


Cadmium Orange Applications:

 

Coating: Wall Coating, Powder Coating

Plastics: Masterbatch ,Engineering Plastics, PVC

Ceramics

Glass

Rubber





 


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