Phthalocyanine Green G (PG7)

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                                              Production Details Of Phthalocyanine Green L8710

 

Chemical Structure

CuPc Halide

Color Index No.

PG 7/74260

Application

Paint 

Physical Form

powder

 

Test Items

Index

Test Method

Relative Tinting Strength

100 +_5%

DIN55986

ΔE,ΔL,Δa,Δb

≤1,+1,+1,+1

 

 

Items

Index

Test Method

PH

6.5~8

DIN ISO 787-9

Density 20℃ g/cm3

2.1

DIN ISO 787-10

BET m2/g

61

DIN 66131

Oil absorption g/100g

32~42

DIN ISO 787-5

105℃ Volatile Matter

≤1.0%

DIN ISO 787-2

Water Solubles

≤1.5%

DIN ISO 787-13

Residue on Sieve 100 mesh

≤5%

DIN 53195  

 

Solvent Resistance

Index

Test Method

Water

5

DIN ISO 105-A03

White Spirit

4~5

DIN ISO 105-A03

Ethanol

4~5

DIN ISO 105-A03

Acetone

4~ 5

DIN ISO 105-A03

Di methylbenzene

4~5

DIN ISO 105-A03

 

Tolerance

Index

Test Method

Light Fastness

8

DIN ISO 105-A03

Weather Resistance

DIN ISO 105-A03

Acid Resistance

5                   

DIN ISO 105-A03

Alkali Resistance

5  

DIN ISO 105-A03

Hot Resistance

230℃

 

 

Packing Details Of Phthalocyanine Green L8710 :  

25 kg / bag , 20 MT/ 20 FCL .

 

Suggest Using Of Phthalocyanine Green L8710 :  

1) Printing ink
2) Paint
3) Plastic
4) Rubber
5) Pharmaceuticals
6) Printing colors
7) Highly dispersible
8) High density pigment used for addition of coloration
9) Limited anti-dissolvent and anti-flocculability
10) High temperature resistance and sunshine resistance

 

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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Henan ,China
Year Established 1970
Annual Output Value Above US$100 Million
Main Markets North America; South America; Eastern Europe; Southeast Asia; Africa; Oceania; Mid East; Eastern Asia; Western Europe; Southern Europ; South Asia
Company Certifications REACH, ROSH,SVHC 53 Items Certificate ,SGS,CIQ,ISO9001:2008

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a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Xingang Port
Export Percentage 51% - 60%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 300 People
Language Spoken: English; Chinese;Spainsh; Farsi;French;German
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Factory Size: Above 90,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 3
Contract Manufacturing Design Service Offered; Buyer Label Offered;OEM
Product Price Range Rock Bottom Price With Best Quality