Product Description of Lithopone :
Lithopone B301, & B311 are white pigments consisting of Barium sulfate and Zinc Sulfide. Widely used in coating, powder, plastic, profiles, paint, rubber, paper and leather etc.
Properties of Lithopone:
Analysis & Physical Properties:
Total zinc sulfide and barium sulfate content % (m / m) ≥
Zinc (in zinc sulfide)% m / m) ≥
Zinc Oxide% (m / m)
105 °C Volatile% (m / m) ≤
Water soluble% (m / m) ≤
Residue (63µm mesh) % (m / m) ≤
Color (compared with the standard sample)
PH Value of Aqueous Suspension
Oil Absorption g/100g
Reducing power (with standard sample)% ≥
Opacity (contrast ratio)
Not lower than 5%standerd sample
Not lower than 5%standerd sample
● Low binder requirement
● Excellent dispersibility
● Neutral hue
● Low abrasiveness, thanks to low Mohs hardness
- Q:Painting Instructions?
- Oils and acrylics are your best bet for painting on canvas. I've worked with both, and each have their advantages and disadvantages. Oils take FOREVER to dry. (Some take up to a week, even longer.) This is bad if you're impatient, but it's also good if you paint one day, stop, and then come back the next to finish. (Your paint will still be wet on your canvas AND your palette.) Oil paints are pretty toxic, so be careful when you work with them. Also, you'll need a mineral spirit/paint thinner of some sort to clean out your brushes. (Try to get odorless mineral spirits if you can. Either way, you'll still need good ventilation when working with oil paints.) If you want to thin your paint, I recommend using an oil painting medium instead of the paint thinner. It'll add some oomph to your piece. Acrylics are great to work with too. They dry pretty fast, can be thinned and cleaned up with water, and are quite a bit safer than oils. (They turn to plastic when they dry, so be careful not to get any on your clothing or else it probably won't come out.) Hope that helps!
- Q:What is alcoholic pigment?
- Pigment is the substance that makes the object dye color. Pigments are soluble and insoluble, with inorganic and organic differences. Inorganic pigments are generally mineral substances, humans have long known that the use of inorganic pigments, the use of colored soil and ore, painting and smear on the rock wall. Organic pigments are generally taken from plants and marine animals, such as qian blue, rattan and ancient Rome, extracted from shellfish.
- Q:what is painting mean?
- Painting mean make the pictures of different things.
- Q:How can one distinguish between dye inks and pigment inks? The
- The ink is classified according to the color base: A, dye type ink (ink with dye as color basis); B, pigment type ink (ink with pigment as color);
- Q:White latex paint with white paint is one thing?
- From the indoor wall paint is usually the case of latex paint is characterized by: more environmentally friendly, good adhesion, may be appropriate to wipe, splash water in the above dry immediately unaffected; paint is characterized by formaldehyde and benzene with serious overweight, poor adhesion , Can not wipe, water that is off the skin, hand touch will fall off the powder in the hands of housing room should not be painted.
- Q:What is the difference between paint and dye?
- In the simple description, it can be understood that the coating is the physical action of the type of glue that covers the surface of the object; the dye is the chemical action that combines the color molecules inside the object with each other The
- Q:What is the difference between water-based ink and ink?
- Ink is a liquid containing a pigment or dye, and the ink is used for writing or painting. The earliest inks are made of metal, walnut shells or seeds made of dyes or using fish, octopus and other marine animals. China's ink is carbon ink.
- Q:How to get paint out of paintbrushes?
- I assume you mean latex paint. First: when painting the bristles should not be dipped in the paint more than halfway. This will keep the paint from over accumulating on the brush and will help avoid dripping. It is important to rinse the brushes thoroughly after use. Keep rinsing until the water runs completely clear. It takes a long time but it's worth it. Once it gets to a point where the water is only slightly cloudy I usually fill a bowl with water and press the brush from side to side against the bottom until the water gets almost opaque, dump the bowl and refill repeating until all paint has lef the brush. If you use the brushes for an extended period you may want to change brushes and soak the used ones to avoid having the paint dry around the upper bristles and ferrule (the metal part). Then when the job is done, wash all the brushes at once. If the paint is already dried you can remove enough of it to make the brush usable again by combing the paint out with a painters comb or brush. You can usually buy them at any store that sells paint supplies. Soak the brush in warm water for about 10 minutes or so, then run the comb through the bristles from the ferrule to the ends until they are pliable and mostly paint free, rinsing often. You will have some speckles left on the bristles, but the brush will be usable.
- Q:IPHONE4 lithium polymer battery charge for the first time to charge how long
- How big is your battery, usually between 8 and 10 hours
- Q:How long will it take for a house to paint?
- House decoration after the pollution, according to the national standard "civil construction project indoor environmental pollution control norms" provisions, listed formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, radon, TVOC five projects. Therefore, the use of what kind of governance products and governance methods, should be based on indoor air in any harmful substances and excessive standards of the actual situation to make a choice.
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