Zinc Iron Brown Yellow Pigment Powder Building construction material

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Zinc Iron Brown Yellow Specification:


Zinc iron brown yellow pigment is a kind of yellow color is darker, more used in painting, color masterbatch, plastic and other fields, zinc iron brown yellow compared with ordinary iron yellow, it has higher tinting strength and higher temperature tolerance.



Zinc iron yellow information:

Iron yellow pigment series: Zinc Iron Brown Yellow
Product color: Dark Brown
Pigments index: P.Y. 119
Paint ingredients: Zinc/Fe/O
The level of products: industrial grade



Zinc Iron Yellow Data Sheet:

TypeNameColorColor Atla Themperaturance   tolerance(Color   Index 
 PY-5119Zinc   Iron Yellow Yellow,   Dark Red Phase
 <1000 P.Y.119

Zinc Iron YellowIndexZinc Iron YellowIndex
Themperaturance Tolerance,  <1000 Density,   g/cm3 5.2
 105℃   Volatile Matter,  %(m/m) ≤0.5 Moisture,% ≤0.2
Hydrotrope, %(m/m) ≤0.5Water   Suspension PH 7.0
 Others(45um Square hole sieve), %(m/m) ≤0.1 Oil   Absorption, g/100g 22



Zinc Iron Yellow Character:


Zinc iron yellow yellow pigment is a kind of red phase, compared with the ordinary iron yellow, it has higher tinting strength and higher temperature resistance;


Zinc iron yellow has excellent heat resistance, light resistance, acid resistance, alkali resistance, migration, high tinting strength, easy to disperse;


Zinc iron yellow is widely used in plastic, color masterbatch, coil coating, coating, fluorocarbon coating, and other fields;


Zinc iron Huang Ke used in painting, to draw the traditional Chinese painting or canvas, not easy to fade;


Zinc iron yellow does not contain heavy metals, belongs to the environmental protection paint.



Zinc Iron Yellow Pigment Useage:


Zinc iron yellow is widely used in plastics, masterbatch, coil coating, coating, fluorocarbon coating, and other fields;
Zinc iron yellow used in painting, to draw the traditional Chinese painting or canvas, not easy to fade;
Zinc iron yellow used in papermaking industry.



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