Lithopone pigments B301 B311 Pigment chemical factory direct sell

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Lithopone(B301 B311)

1.well-used in paint-making, printing ink, plastics, leather, PVC
2.lithopone 28-30%  b311 b301
3.high quality
4.low price

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2) Has mostly been replaced by titanium dioxide which is more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

Applications:
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

English Name: Lithopone(B301 B311)

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Index

B301

B311

In terms of total zinc sulfide and barium sulfate the sum of% (m / m) ≥

99

99

The total amount of zinc (in zinc sulfide)% m / m) ≥

28

30

Zinc Oxide% (m / m)

0.6

0.3

105 °C Volatile% (m / m) ≤

0.3

0.3

Water soluble% (m / m) ≤

0.4

0.3

Filter material (63μm filter)% (m / m) ≤

0.1

0.1

Color (with standard sample)

Excellent

Excellent

Death by degrees to take liquid water

Neutral

Neutral

Oil Absorption g/100g

14

10

Reducing power (with standard sample)% ≥

105

105

Opacity (contrast ratio)

Not lower than 5%standerd sample

Not lower than 5%standerd sample

Properties: This product is a kind of new-style nontoxic. Green non-pollution, lithopone than traditional lithopone albedo high, hiding power, fineness and high-temperature weatherability, strong characteristic.

Uses: Widely used in coating, powder, plastic, profiles, paint, rubber, paper, and leather, etc.

Packing: 25 kg/50kg  P.P woven bag or with the clients’ request

 

 

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