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Use: Suitable for aqueous, oily and various types of base materials to produce nontoxic antirust paint, primer and integrated antirust paint.

Performance
1. Compared with other antirust paints, it has significantly improved dispersibility, paint stability, antisinking property and antirust performance. For it is bright white powder, it can be used to produce high grade antirust paints in any hue with the better performance than 303 antirust paint.
2. 404 composite antirust pigment, significant cost performance, can greatly reduce the production cost of antirust paint.
3. 404 composite antirust pigment contains no heavy metal and is a completely environmentally friendly non-toxic product. It is easy to use by spraying or brushing and is an ideal new antirust product.

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Technical index

ItemIndex
Appearancewhite powder
Sieve residue (sieve mesh-400)%≤1
Density 27℃ g/cm33~4
Oil absorption g/100g ≤10~25
Water solubles g/100g ≤1
Volatile matter (105℃)%≤1
Aqueous suspension PH value7.0~9.5
Phosphorus pentoxide% ≥13

Using method

Produce based on conventional antirust paint production process.

Recommended dosage

Recommended dosage is 20%-40%.

Packing

Double-layer plastic packaging, 25kg/bag - 40kg/bag.

Storage

Keep ventilated and dry, it can be stored for a year without deterioration

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