Iron Oxide Orange Pigment 960 from China

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Other Names: ferric oxide orange

 MF: Fe2O3

Place of Origin: China (Mainland)Usage: Ceramic Pigments, Coating Pigment, Cosmetic Pigment, Ink Pigments, Plastic & Rubber Pigment, Leather Pigments, paint and coating

 Model Number: 960

Type: Iron Oxide

product: iron oxide orange pigment 960

appearance: yellow powder


1 iron oxide yellow powder 
Specifications

2 good covering ability and weather resistance
3 fine dispersion
4.20years factory

Specifications:

Item

Index

Primary color


Diluted color


Iron content (Fe2O3) 105 drying%≥

86

Fineness (325 mesh wet sieve residue)%≤

0.3

Oil absorption, g/100g

25-36

Moisture & 105 volatile%

1.5

Water solubles% ≤

0.5

Water suspended matter PH value

4-6

Relative tinting strength (compared with standard sample%) ≥

100±5


4. Packing:

Net weight 25 kg in craft paper bag or knitting bag with plastic liner or as per clients' request. 13 MT/20'FCL

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1.Q:Are you a manufactory or trading company?

A:We are a professional manufactory with 12 years’ experience and 2 years of export experience, covers an area of 30 acres.

2.Q: May I know your MOQ request?

A:MOQ is 1 TON. 

3.Q: Could you offer free sample?

A:We can provide free samples to you for quality testing.

4.Q: Does your product is dangerous merchandise?

A: Not dangerous merchandise, It belongs to Not legal Inspection merchandise.


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With the Melon pigment, I would recommend using warm, chocolate copper, bronze types of colors. It will provide a nice contrast to the melon while giving your eyes some added depth and definition. As far as brushes go, I like using the 252, large shader brush. This brush picks up pigment nicely and it has nice compressed/dense bristles so you can manipulate and lay the pigment down with greater ease. I like the #286 The dual fiber blending brush for pigments as well. It's made of natural fiber and synthetic fiber. This is a great brush because you really get 2 brushes in 1. With this 'blending' brush you can also use it for targeted color deposits and the synthetic fibers won't suck up what you just laid down and you will get a flawless, beautifully blended eyeshadow application.
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