Cr2O3 Chrome Oxide Green For Pigment

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Production Details Of  Chrome Oxide Green :

Molecular Formula: Cr2O3

HS Code: 2819900000

CAS No. : 1308-38-9

Appearance: green powder

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

 

Packing Of Chrome Oxide Green  :

25 kg/bag   20 MT/ 20 FCL  or as your requirements .

 

Usage Of Chrom Oxide Green  :

Mainly used in paint, glass, ceramics, building materials colorants, printing ink, metal polishing, smelting metal chromium, fire-proof material, etc.

 

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

Pigment Grade:

Item

Index

Excellent Grade

First Grade

Qualified Grade

Appearance

Green Power

Color Reference

Same

Relative Color Strength

Strength

Density g/cm3

4.8

Cr2O3

≥ 99.0%

≥ 98.0%

≥ 97.0%

Cr+6 ppm

≤ 5

Soluble Chrome

≤ 0.03%

≤ 0.03%

≤ 0.03%

105°C Volatile Matter

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.3%

Water Soluble

≤ 0.1%

≤ 0.4%

≤ 0.7%

Moisture

≤ 0.15%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.5%

PH of Water Solution

7—7.5

Oil Absorption  (g/ 100g)

17

Residue on Sieve of 0.045 mm

≤ 0.1%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.5%

1200℃ Ingition Decerement

0.05

Acid& Alkali Resistance

5

Temperature Stability

1000

Weather Fastness

5

Ceramic Grade:

Item

Index

Excellent Grade

First Grade

Qualified Grade

Cr2O3

≥ 99.0%

≥ 98.0%

≥ 97.0%

Soluble Chrome

≤ 0.03%

≤ 0.03%

≤ 0.03%

105°C Volatile Matter

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.3%

Water Soluble

≤ 0.1%

≤ 0.4%

≤ 0.7%

Moisture

≤ 0.15%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.5%

PH of Water Solution

6-8

5-8

5-8

Oil Absorption  (g/ 100g)

15-25

15-25

15-25

Residue on Sieve of 0.045 mm

≤ 0.1%

≤ 0.3%

≤ 0.5%

Relative tinting strength

Comply with the requirements

Chroma

Comply with the requirements

 

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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Metal Grade: Quality Standard:(ROCT 2912—79)

Grade

OXM-0

OXM-1

Grade

OXM-0

OXM-1

Appearance

Green Power

(Zn)/% ≤

0.002

Cr2O3/% ≥

99

98

(Sb)/% ≤

0.003

Moisture/% ≤

0.10

0.15

(Bi)/% ≤

0.003

(S)/% ≤

0.01

0.02

(Sn)/% ≤

0.003

Fe、FeO/% ≤

0.1

0.15

(Pb)/% ≤

0.002

(C)/% ≤

0.03

0.05

(Cd)/% ≤

0.003

(As)/% ≤

0.002

 

 

 

Abrasive Grade: Quality Standard( ROCT 2912—79)

Grade

OXA-0

OXA-1

OXA-2

Appearance

Green Power

Cr2O3/% ≥

99

99

98

Moisture/% ≤

0.15

0.15

0.15

Water Soluble/% ≤

0.2

0.2

0.5

Polishing Force/[mg/(min.cm2)] ≥

0.2

0.1

0.3

Polished Surface Roughness/μm ≤

0.100

0.20

0.80

 

Note: At present in China, the abrasive standard without grinding performance standards, which cannot be grinding and polishing performance evaluation. But according to your needs or our experience to agreed.

 

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