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·         CAS No.: 51274-00-1

·         Other Names: ferric oxide yellow

·         MF: Fe2O3

·         EINECS No.: 257-098-5

·         Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

·         Usage: Ceramic Pigments, Coating Pigment, Cosmetic Pigment, Ink Pigments, Plastic & Rubber Pigment, Leather Pigments, paint and coating

·         Brand Name: Bright Sun

·         Model Number: 313

·         Type: Iron Oxide

·         Style: Inorganic Pigment

·         product: iron oxide yellow pigment 313

·         type: iron oxide

·         model: 313

·         style: inorganic pigment

·         color index: P.Y.42(77492)

·         grade: industrial grade

·         tinting strength: 95-105

·         Process: wet method

·         appearance: yellow powder

·         Certificate: ISO9001

·         Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:

25kgs/bag(colored valve bag/craft paper compound bag/plastic woven bag lined with plastic film/); 500kg or 1000kg big bags; 12MT/20'FCL, on wooden pallet; iron oxide yellow pigment

Delivery Detail:

Within 2weeks after receiving the deposit or L/C

Specifications

1 iron oxide yellow powder
2 good covering ability and weather resistance
3 fine dispersion
4.20years factory

1. Properties:

    Strong tingting strength, excellent coverage.

    Good dispersion.
    Good weatherability.

2. Specifications:

Item

Index

Primary color

Diluted color

Iron content (Fe2O3) 105 drying%≥

86

Fineness (325 mesh wet sieve residue)%≤

0.3

Oil absorption, g/100g

25-36

Moisture & 105 volatile%

1.5

Water solubles% ≤

0.5

Water suspended matter PH value

4-6

Relative tinting strength (compared with standard sample%) ≥

100±

3. Application:

a. paint, coating, plastics, rubber, printing ink industries.

b. The construction materials: concrete, bricks, pavig-blocks, colorful tiles, ect.

4. Packing:

Net weight 25 kg in craft paper bag or knitting bag with plastic liner or as per clients' request. 13 MT/20'FCL

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