Iron Oxide Brown Pigment 610

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·         CAS No.: 1309-37-1;1317-60-8;1332-37-2

·         Other Names: Ferric Oxide

·         MF: Fe2O3

·         EINECS No.: 215-168-2;215-275-4;215-570-8

·         Place of Origin: (Mainland)

·         Usage: Ceramic Pigments, Coating Pigment, Cosmetic Pigment, Ink Pigments, Plastic & Rubber Pigment, Leather Pigments, cement/concrete parts pigments

·         Model Number: 610

·         Type: Iron Oxide

·         Style: Inorganic Pigment

·         Product Name: iron oxide brown pigment

·         Color: black

·         Type: 610

·         Fe2O3 component: from 90% to 98%

·         Moisture: black, <1.5% red,yellow,green<1%

·         PH value: 4-7

·         Apparent Density: 0.7g/cm^3-1.1 g/cm^3

·         Particle shape: spherical,irregular,acicular

·         Inspection/certification: SGS,CIQ,BV,Asia Inspection

·         Package: pp or colored valve or super bags

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

1. 25kgs thermo-fusible bags 2. 25kgs paper bag with plastic inner 3. 25kgs colored valve bag 4. 600kgs or 1000kgs super or jumbo bags 5. 1 tons or 1.25 tons wooden pallet 6. other customized package like the drum etc

Delivery Detail:

within 15-20 days after signing the contract

Specifications

iron oxide black pigment
1.red/yellow/blue/green/brown
2.SGS/BV/ISO9001 inspected
3. tinting strength>95%
4. chromatism<1

1: Brief introduction of the iron oxide pigment:

The Iron oxide pigment is made by iron, hydrochloric acid, sodium hydroxide which is adopted wet processing method...

As the most important inorganic colorant,  the iron oxide pigment is characterized with strong tinting strength,easy

dispersibility,excellent fastness and good weather resistant, it is widely used in the concrete roofing tile,paver,

stucco,masonary,paint,coating,rubber, plastic,paper and leather industries...

2. The technique data and specification of the iron oxide pigment:

Item

Index

Primary color

Diluted color

Iron content (Fe3O4) 105 drying%≥

90

Fineness (325 mesh wet sieve residue)%≤

0.3

Oil absorption, g/100g

20-25

Moisture & 105 volatile%

1.5

Water solubles% ≤

0.3

Water suspended matter PH value

4-7

Relative tinting strength (compared with standard sample%) ≥

100±2

3. The application of the Iron oxide pigments:

A: Iron oxide pigment is used as dye or colorant  in various prefabricated concrete parts and architectural products and material,

it is directly added into cement to color up various indoor and outdoor cement surface, for example: wall,terrances,ceilings,

pillars,corridors,roads, car-parking stairs as well as building ceramic and glazed ceramics.. like facing bricks, floor tile, roofing

tiles,panels,terrazzo,mosaic tiles,artificial marbles,etc...

B: Iron oxide pigment is also applicalbe to different coating and protetive materials, including water-based exterior wall paint,

and powder coating, as well as to oil paints. such as epoxy,alkyd,amidogen, and some other primier and finish paint.. it can be

used in toy paints,decorative paints,furniture lacuquers,electrophoresis paints, and enameled paints,etc..

C:Iron oxide pigment is also used coloring material for plastic  products like the thermosetting plastic and thermoplasstic,

as well as in rubber products, such as tyre tubes for bycle,automobile,etc..

4. The package and transporation, loading conditions of the Iron oxide pigments:

A: The package of Iron oxide pigment:

  a:25kgs thermo-fusible bags

  b:25kgs paper bag with plastic inner

  c:25kgs colored valved bag

  d:600kgs or 1000kgs super or jumbo bags

  e:1 ton or 1.25 tons wooden pallet

  f:other customized package like the drums  etc..

B: The quantity of each iron oxide pigments can be loaded:

  a:  Iron oxide red     25kgs craft paper bags, 22 MT  per 20ft container

  b:  Iron oxide yellow  25kgs   craft paper bags, 13MT per 20ft container

  c:  Iron oxide black    25kgs craft paper bags,  20MT per 20ft container

5. Why choose us as the supplier of the iron oxide pigments:

A: Professional:

     21 years experieance focusing on  pigment industry, professional guide and throughly market analysis..

B: Quality control:

      high quality raw material, advanced equipment, accept SGS,BV,Asia inspection, ISO9001 certification..

 C: Competitive price:

      strictly control the production cost, factory producing, lower product profit strategy

D: Best service:

      quick delivery time, 24 hours quick response, quick reaction for any questions or problems

E: Sample free:

      All sample is free, customer just need to pay the charges of express, when the sample is qualified,

      will pay back the sample express fees back from trial order..

G: Good credit:

  attend the china internal coating exibiton held in guangzhou and shanghai

6. The situation of our customers :

We only focus on pigments,especially inorganic pigments including iron oxide pigment, chrome yellow and

orange,XD titanium pigments, new iron titanium anticorrosion powder.. we got ISO9001certification and accept

SGS,BV,Asia inspection or other third party inspection before shipment..

We has been exported our goods to south korea, malaysia,Russia,Somalia,Ethiopia,

America,Brazil,Central asia for good quality and best credit...

7. Other informations:

A:Moq: 5 Tons  

B:Payment Term: TT or L/C sight    

C: H.S code: 2821100000

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Q:Why is it important for a plant to have more pigments than just chlorophyll?
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Q:advantages of having accessory pigments?
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Q:Albinism effect on pigment?
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