Pigment chemical lithopone pigments B301 B311 Manufacturer

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Specifications of  lithopone pigments for plastic

lithopone pigments
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Pigment chemical lithopone pigments for plastic

 

1. Product name: Lithopone

2. Chemical formula: ZnS+BaSO4

3. Other Names:Barium zinc sulfate

4. CAS No.: 1345-05-7 H.S. Code: 3206421000

5. EINECS: 215-715-5

Appearance: A white, odorless powder. Insoluble in water. It’s has good whiteness and envelop ability.

6. Properties: This product is a kind of new-style nontoxic. Green non-pollution, lithopone than traditional lithopone albedo high, hiding power, fineness and high-temperature weatherability, strong characteristic.

7. Application: Mainly used of coatings, printing ink, rubber, plastic, powder, profiles, paint, paper, and leather, etc.

8. Package:25kgs/PP bag,25MT/20’FCL

 

Technology Data:

ITEM

Specification

B311

B301

Total Zinc and Barium Sulphate %≥

99.0

99.0

Zinc Sulfide Content %≥

30.0

28.0

Zinc Oxide Content %≤

0.3

0.6

Tinter Reducing Power, Compared with Standard Samples ≥

105

100

105°C Volatile matter %≤

0.3

0.3

Water solubles %≤

0.3

0.4

Water suspension Ph-value

Neutral

6.0-8.0

Oil absorption,g/100g≤

6.0-8.0

14

Residue on sieve 45um %≤

5

5

9. Payment: T/T, L/C

10. Packing picture: 25kg pp bag, 25MT/20'FCL

 

 

 

 

 

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