Iron Oxide Red 110 from China of best Price

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·         CAS No.: 1309-37-1

·         Other Names: Iron oxide (Fe2O3)

·         MF: Fe2O3

·         EINECS No.: 215-168-2

·         Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

·         Usage: Ceramic Pigments, Coating Pigment, Cosmetic Pigment, Ink Pigments, Plastic & Rubber Pigment, Leather Pigments, Other

·         Model Number: 110

·         Type: Iron Oxide

·         Style: Inorganic Pigment

·         Appearance: Powder

·         color: Iron Oxide Red, Yellow, Black, Blue ,green

·         wetherability: very good

·         certificate: ISO9001:2000

·         heat-resistant: very good

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

25 kg/ craft paper bag, 22MT/20FCL (Iron Oxide Red); 25 kg/ craft paper bag, 13 MT/ 20FCL (Iron Oxide Yellow); 25 kg/ craft paper bag, 20MT/ 20FCL (Iron Oxide Black)

Delivery Detail:

Within 2weeks after get the advanced money

Specifications

synthetic red iron oxide 110
1 years factory
supply CCIC,ISO,SGS inspect
Free samples will sent to the customer

Iron oxide red 110

1. Product Description
1). Bright-colored exquisite powder.
2). Good weatherability (Lightfastness, heat-resistant and alkali resistant)
3). Strong tinting power, excellent coverage and fine dispersion.
4). We can supply iron oxide with different color, specifications and packing
5). Only dissolved in heat strong acid

2. Product detailed Specification

Item

Index

Primary color

Tint of pigment

Iron content (Fe2O3)drying at 105%≥

96

Fineness(325mesh wet sieving residue) %≤

0.3

Oil absorption g/100g

15-25

Water and 105 volatile matter%

1.0

Water soluble matter%≤

1.5

PH value of aqueous suspension

4-7

Relative tinting strength(standard sample ratio %)≥

95

PH of water extract ml≤

20

We also have many of other colors and type, if you have the special request, please email me freely

3. Product Application
  brick,concrete, roofing tile, paver, stucco, masonary, paint, coating, rubber, plastic, paper and leather industries etc.  

4. Product Packing:
25 kg/ craft paper bag,    22MT/20FCL     (Iron Oxide Red);
25 kg/ craft paper bag,   13 MT/ 20’FCL   (Iron Oxide Yellow);
25 kg/ craft paper bag,    20MT/ 20’FCL   (Iron Oxide Black)

5.superiority

 1.accept the inspection of SGS,  CCIC and the other international  inspection  department.

 2.Free samples will sent to you.

 3.21 years experience.

 4.professional skills

FAQ:
1. Q:Are you a manufactory or trading company?
A:We are a professional manufactory with 12 years’ experience and 2 years of export experience, covers an area of 30 acres.
2. Q: May I know your MOQ request?
A:MOQ is 1 TON.
3. Q: Could you offer free sample?
A:We can provide free samples to you for quality testing.
4. Q: Does your product is dangerous merchandise?
A: Not dangerous merchandise, It belongs to Not legal Inspection merchandise.
5. Q: What about your packing?
A: Liquid in IBC tank or Flexitank;Powder in woven bags.
6. Q: How about your productive capacity?
A: 900000 tons/Year.
7. Q: What is your export port?
A: China main port.
8. Q: What is your delivery time?
 A: Within 7 days after received advanced payment.
9. Q: Can you print logo or label on packing as customer request?
A: Yes, we can customize according to your requirements.

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