Cadmium Yellow Acid Resistant Pigment Nanotmeter

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Specifications of Cdmium Yellow:


P.Y. 37 Cadmium yellow, also known as 37 yellow pigment, as the bright yellow inorganic pigments, 537 cadmium yellow using membrane technology, environmental protection and low toxic properties. This cadmium yellow can be used to replace chrome yellow pigment, used in high-grade paint, fluorocarbon resin, plastic, etc.



Cadmium yellow | P.Y. 37 information: 


Pigment name: Cadmium yellow 

Cadmium Yellow Pigments index: P.Y. 37 

Chemical composition: Cd/S 

Product color: yellow powder 

Cadmium yellow pigment properties: envelope 

Pigment classification: metal oxide pigments



Cadmium Yellow | P.Y. 37 models:

Name

Type

Index

Appearance

CAS Index

C.I.Index

Thermal   Endurance

Color Atla

Cadmium Yellow

537-1

P.R.37

Lemon Yellow

68859-25-6

77199

≤300


Cadmium Yellow

537-4

P.R.37

Yellow

68859-25-6

77199

≤300




Cadmium yellow | P.Y. 37 Parameters:


Acid-proof alkaline: soluble in acid 

Sun resistance (1 ~ 8) : 8 

Oil absorption: 27 to 30 

PH: 6 ~ 8 g/cm3 

Density: 4.5 ~ 5.9 

Moisture: 0.5% or less 

The average particle size distribution (D50) : 3 ~ 5 microns



Cadmium Yellow P.Y. 37 Features:


Cadmium yellow 537 is light yellow powder paint, insoluble in water, can be evenly dispersed in all kinds of resin, varnish, and apply to almost all resin plastic hair color. 


Cadmium Yellow 537 performance similar to 5108 cadmium red, cadmium yellow but hiding power than cadmium red, even after coated environmental treatment, but it is still not recommended for close contact with the infant physiological situation.




Cadmium yellow 537 paint tinting strength is strong, has good light fastness, weather resistance, good covering power, don't move, don't ooze color, can be used for outdoor boast skillful coloring. 


Cadmium yellow 537 bright color saturation, its chromatographic range from light yellow is yellow to red light yellow. 


Cadmium yellow 535 to fill cadmium yellow, not only reduces the cost, and some on paint, paint application performance is also improved, such as density and oil absorption, better dispersibility in organic medium, etc.



Cadmium Yellow Application:


Cadmium yellow 537 can be used for heat resistance coating, fluorine carbon plastic, color masterbatch, etc., used for traffic signs coloring, indicative warning facilities coloring, outdoor amusement facilities for children outdoor high weathering steel, plastic products, such as shading. Cadmium yellow at the same time, also applies to no more than 537 300 ℃ high temperature printing inks, paints and high-grade decorative coloring and other use.

Cadmium yellow 535 is particularly suitable for high cost performance, low cost of paint, paint, etc. For the use of colorants










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