Lithopone White Powder B311 28%-30% For Paint &Coating and Plastic

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white powder pigment Lithopone 28%-30% for paint &coating
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White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

 

Characteristics:

High whiteness lithopone is a kind of new-style nontoxic, green, non- pollution lithopone, adopt unique nano technology production, coated by Silicon & Aluminum with characteristic resistance to acid and alkali, higher weathetability, nice optical performance, high whiteness and temperature resistant, strong hiding power and reducing power to prevent from yellow.       

 

White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

 

Applications: 

Widely used in all paint coating papermaking, printing, ink, medium and low-grade paint coating can be instead of the alternative of titanium dioxide pigment.

 

White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

 

Specification:

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Standard index value

Antholeucin & BaSO4 % (m/m) ≥

99

ZnO% (m/m) ≤

0.3

105°C Volatile%  (m/m) ≤

0.3

Water soluble %  (m/m) ≤

0.3

Sieve residue (63μm mesh)% (m / m) ≤

0.1

Color (compare with standard sample)

Excel

Alkali of the water extract

Neutral

Oil absorption (g/100g) ≤

10

Color power consumption (with standard sample)% ≥

105

Conceal ability (contrast ratio)

Not Lower than 5% standard

 

White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

 

Notes:

Careful load and unload, be care not pollute or torn the package, avoid rain and insolation during transportation.

 

White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

 

Store:

Store in ventilated and dry places, pile less than 20 tiers, keep away from goods that can effect the quality of the goods, against damp.

 

White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

 

Package:

PP woven bag, paper bag net 25 kg, 500 kg, 1000 kg etc, also can be negotiated with the client.

 

White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

packing & shipping terms:

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MOQ1 Ton 
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PortXingang Port, China
PaymentL/C,T/T 
Supply Ability4000 Tons/Month 
Payment TermsSample3-5 Working Days
LithoponeWithin 15 Working Days
Packaging25 or 50kg/woven bag or kraft paper or upon request
ShippingBy Sea,Air

 

White Powder Pigment Lithopone 28%-30% For Paint &Coating

 

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