White Lithopone ZnS-BaSO4 for paints,printing inks,coating,paper pigment,plastic,leather etc.

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Specifications of Lithopone

Lithopone ZnS-BaSO4
1. zinc: 28-30%,30%
2. Uses:paints,printing inks,coating,paper pigment,plastic
3. ISO,SGS
4. 25kg/bag

Lithopone ZnS-BaSO4 :

 

1. Commodity: 

 Lithopone (ZnS-BaSO4) for paint ink plastic paper etc 

 

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2. Description: 

Lithopone B301 is a kind of lithopone whose hiding power is better than that of zinc oxide and worse than that of titanium dioxide.It has good heat-resisitance and is insoluble in water.

White powder, is a mixture of zinc sulfide and barium sulfate. Have high whiteness and good covering power. It is called Inorganic white pigment. Widely used as white pigment of plastics such as polyolefin, vinyl resin, ABS resin, polystyrene, polycarbonate, nylon and polyoxymethylene (POM), also for paint and ink . it is use to colourate for rubber products , linoleum, leather, paper, enamel. 

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3.  Features: 

1) A white pigment produced by precipitation through filtering,
heating and quenching works
2) Has mostly been replaced by titanium dioxide which is more
durable, but it is much cheaper

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4. Application:

Mainly used of coatings, printing ink, rubber, plastic, powder, profiles, paint, paper, and leather, etc.
1) Used as a base for lake pigment
2) Used as a inert pigment for paint, ink and cosmetics
3) A large range of applications in plastic industry
4) Used as a filler in paper, leather, and linoleum

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5. Packaging:  

Packing:25kgs per bag or according customer's requirements.

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6. Specifications:

ITEMSPECIFICATIONS

Zinc oxide,%

≤0.60

Total zinc(on zinc sulfide basis),%

≥28

Quality standard

GBT1707-95

Tinting strength(Relative)

≥105

Total zinc sulfide and barium sulfate

≥99.0

Water soluble %

≤0.40

Oil absorption,g/100g,

≤14.0

Sieve residue 45um %

≤0.10

Volatile at 105°C g/100g

≤0.30

Color

Not lower than standard sample

Hiding Power(contrast ratio)Not lower than 5% of standard sample

 

 

 

 

 

 

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