Cadmium Blue Acid Resistant Pigment Nanotmeter

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PB28 Cobalt Blue Acid Resistant Pigment 
- High temperature pigment 
- Non-toxic pigments 
- Anti-far-infrared function

CNBM is one of the biggest inorganic pigments manufacturer in china, specialized in producing mixed metal oxide pigments with the advantages of  Acid Resistance, High Temperature Resistance, Excellent Tinting Strength, Easy to be dispersed.

 

Descriptions of PB28 Cobalt Blue Acid Resistant Pigment :

Cobalt Aluminate Blue Spinel, Pigment Blue 28, high temperature resistant pigment, cadmium bule is a bright color with reddish blue, which has a special anti-far-infrared function. Cadmium bule is also one kind of environmental protection pigments, which is internationally recognized as non-toxic pigments. It is easy to disperse, with excellent heat resistance, weather resistance, acid & alkali resistance, and resist to a variety of solvents, good hiding power.

 

Chemical Name: Cobalt Aluminate Blue Spinel

Chemical Composition:     Co/Al Oxide

Color Index Name:         Pigment Blue 28 / P.B.28

Color Index Number:       77346

CAS Number:             1345-16-0

Physical Form:             Blue Powder

Crystal Pattern:           Spinel Pattern

 


Cadmium Blue Technical Specifications:

 

Model No.

Particle Size

 (μm) ≤

Heat Resistance ()≥

Weather 

Resistance

(Grade)1-5

Lightfastness

(Grade)

1-8

Acid 

Resistance

(Grade) 1-5

Alkali 

Resistance

(Grade) 

1-5

Oil 

Absorption 

g/100g

Density g/cm3

PH

JF-B2805

2.5

1200

5

8

5

5

28-37

3.8-5.4

6-9

 


Cadmium Blue Regulations: 

EU RoHS  Directive 2002/95/EC

Compliant

EN71Part 3:1994 (A1:2000/AC2002)

Compliant

US FDA 21 CFR 177.1520

Compliant

ASTM F963-08 (Clause 4.3.5)

Compliant

REACH

Compliant

 


Cadmium Blue Applications:

Cadmium Blue is mainly used in high temperature (resistant) coatings, ceramics, enamels, glass coloring, coloring of high temperature resistance engineering plastics,food contact plastics,as well as art paint.

Model with A, B represent fine type and standard type respectively.

 

 


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