Ultramarine Blue For Pigment (462, 465)

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Particular description Of Ultramarine Blue Laundry Grade :

alias:Sodium Alumino Sulphosilicate

ultramarine blue laundry grade Chemical

properties:Formula: Na6Al4Si6S4O20  

Molecular weight: 862.60578

ultramarine blue laundry grade Physical  

properties:Non-Toxic, it is a safe pigment,Good ability for heat resistance,Light and weather resistance.

Excellent dispersibility.Non-migrate.

 

Other tech indexs:

Index Name

Index

Result

1

Colour (Compared with standard sample)

Conform

yes

2

Tinting Strength % (Compared with standard sample)

100+5

102

3

Solute in Water % ≤

0.2

0.14%

4

Free Sulfur % ≤

0.05

0.035%

5

Moisture (100+2°C) % ≤

1.0

0.45%

6

Sieve Residue(325 mesh) % ≤

0.1

0.07%

7

Oil Absorption %

25-45

33

8

Organic Tinting Material

None

9

PH Value

8 - 10

8.5

 

Ultramarine blue laundry grade Usage:

Ultramarine Blue, PB(Pigment Blue) , is an inorganic pigments color. It is a sodium alumino-sulphosilicate. This pigment is the synthetic form of Lazurite. Compared with other blue pigment or dyes,ultramarine blue has the advantages of clean and bright reddish blue shade.

 

Ultramarin blue laundry grade Storage:

1.Be set to cool.dry and ventilated place .away from Fire source .

2. Sealed,Prevent from rain .sunlight and  strong acis or alkali.

3.Lightly transport  and protect from package damage.

 

Ultramarine blue laundry grade Packing:

25kgs / kraft paper bag(or as your requirements )

 

Ultramarine Blue

 

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