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Ultramarine blue 462

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COLOR
BLUE
Product Brand:
Mei Dan
CAS Number:
57455-37-5
Other Name:
Pigment blue 29
MF NO:
Na6Al4Si6S4O20
EINECS NO:
611-533-9
Country of Origin:
China
Product Specification:
25kg/bag
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Product Description

Ultramarine blue pigment C.I. 77007

C.I. 77007 ultramarine blue, also known as pigment blue 29,c.i pigment blue 29, it offers a unique reddish blue shade that make white shades appear whiter, grey shades appear more blue, and black shades appear deeper.  They are semi-transparent to visible light and provide NIR transparency. Buying it from Chinese biggest ultramarine blue manufacturer now!


Product Features

  • Good dispersibility
  • High color strength
  • Brilliant color shade
  • Effective removal of yellow light from white products
  • Good dispersibility

Technical Specification

  • Color (compared with standard sample): Approximate
  • Tinting strength (compared with standard sample): 100±5
  • Water soluble content: 1.5% m/n
  • Free sulphur content: 0.30% m/n
  • Volatile matter content: 1.00% m/n
  • Partical size 43μm (325mesh): 0.50% m/n
  • Oil absorption: 25-45 % m/n
  • Volatile matters at 105℃: ≤0.5%

Application

Synthetic ultramarine, being very cheap, is largely used for wall painting, the printing of paper hangings and calico, etc., and also as a corrective for the yellowish tinge often present in things meant to be white, such as linen, paper, etc. Bluing or "Laundry blue" is a suspension of synthetic ultramarine (or the chemically different prussian blue) that is used for this purpose when washing white clothes. It is also often found in make-up such as mascaras or eye shadows. Large quantities are used in the manufacture of paper, and especially for producing a kind of pale blue writing paper which was popular in Britain.[7] During World War I, the RAF painted the outer roundels with a color made from Ultramarine Blue. This became BS 108(381C) Aircraft Blue. It was replaced in the 1960s by a new color made on Phthalocyanine Blue, BS110(381C) Roundel Blue.

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