Phthalocyanine Green G, C.I.P.G.7

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Product Details Of Phthalocyanine Green L8710 :

 

It is deep green posder with bright color and high coloring ability.

 It can't dissolve in water and ordinary solvent.
It's olive green in concentrated sulphuric acid and turns to green sediment after diluted.

It has good sunning-resistance and heatresistance which belong to chorocopper phthalocyanine fade-less color.

 

TDS of Phthalocyanine Green

Chemical Structure

CuPc Halide

Color Index No.

PG 7/74260

Application

Paint 

Physical Form

powder

 

Test Items

Index

Test Method

Relative Tinting Strength

100 +_5%

DIN55986

ΔE,ΔL,Δa,Δb

≤1,+1,+1,+1

 

 

Items

Index

Test Method

PH

6.5~8

DIN ISO 787-9

Density 20℃ g/cm3

2.1

DIN ISO 787-10

BET m2/g

61

DIN 66131

Oil absorption g/100g

32~42

DIN ISO 787-5

105℃ Volatile Matter

≤1.0%

DIN ISO 787-2

Water Solubles

≤1.5%

DIN ISO 787-13

Residue on Sieve 100 mesh

≤5%

DIN 53195  

 

Solvent Resistance

Index

Test Method

Water

5

DIN ISO 105-A03

White Spirit

4~5

DIN ISO 105-A03

Ethanol

4~5

DIN ISO 105-A03

Acetone

4~ 5

DIN ISO 105-A03

Di methylbenzene

4~5

DIN ISO 105-A03

 

Tolerance

Index

Test Method

Light Fastness

8

DIN ISO 105-A03

Weather Resistance

DIN ISO 105-A03

Acid Resistance

5                   

DIN ISO 105-A03

Alkali Resistance

5  

DIN ISO 105-A03

Hot Resistance

230℃

 

 

Suggest Using of Phthalocyanine Green  :

 

 

It is used for coloring of paints. printing ink, varinished cloth and things of culture & education.

 

Package Of Phthalocyanine Green  :

 

25 kg / bag ,or as your requirement .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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