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Titanium nickel yellow

Release time:2020-09-04 11:19:43Popularity:

Product information:

Chemical  Name:Titanium nickel yellow

Chemical  Composition:Ni/Sb/Ti Oxide

Chemical formula:(Ti,Ni,Sb)O2

C.I . No.:Pigment Yellow 53/P.Y.53/C.I.: 77788

CAS No.:8007-18-9

Appearance:greenish yellow powder

crystal form: Rutile Pattern


Product features:

Easy dispersion, good hiding power, excellent light, weather, high temperature stability and chemical resistance, no color bleeding and migration. It is compatible with most thermoplastic and thermosetting resins, and is an internationally recognized non-toxic and environmentally friendly pigment. Traditional pigments, whether organic or inorganic, do not have all the above functions. So, this kind of pigment is suitable for the high performance requirements of modern coatings and plastics. Its chromatographic range can be from greenish yellow, pure yellow to reddish yellow.


Application:

It can be used in coil coating, powder coating, high performance industrial coating, transportation coating, outdoor architectural coating, camouflage coating, painting coating, road marking coating, engineering plastics, general plastics, toy plastics, food packaging plastics, master batch, printing ink, cement, concrete, roofing materials and other building materials, as well as ceramics.



Technical index



Model

Mean Particle size (μm)

Heat resistance°C

Light fastness

(级Grade

Weather Resistance(级

Grade

 

Oil Absorption

density

 

PH Value

Mass Tone

 

Tint Tone   1:4TiO2

1-8

1-5

g/100g

g/ cm3

JF-B5302

2.5

1000

8

5

10-25

4.4-5.0

6-9






Titanium nickel yellow(图2)

Infrared reflectance drawing of titanium nickel yellow (P.Y.53) powder TSR 73.4%


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