|Product Name||Hermcol® Blue A3R (PB 60)|
|C.I. No||Pigment Blue 60|
Hermcol® Blue A3R is an anthraquinone pigment offering reddish blue, with excellent light resistance and weathering fastness, good fastness to solvents and a high transparency. Hermcol® Blue A3R has a thermal stability of 300 °C, making them suitable for use in the highest performance coatings, plastics and ink applications.
Hermcol® Blue A3R are particularly recommended for use in automotive coatings, both solvent and water borne. Their high transparency and unique reddish blue shade, make them an essential tool for styling effect colours by combination with micas and alumina flake. With high weathering fastness in mind, Hermcol® Blue A3R are also advocated for use in coil and architectural powder coatings. With Heat fastness up to 300 C, it is one of the very few organic pigments on the available colour palette suggested for use in engineering polymers. With excellent dispersibility in addition, it is especially recommended for fiber and film coloration. It is also recommended for the coloration of high performance inks. With its unique colour and transparency, it is also suggested for specialty packaging and security inks.
25kgs or 20kgs per paper bag/drum/carton.
*Customized packaging available on request.
1.Our R&D laboratory features equipment such as Mini Reactors with Stirrers, Pilot Reverse Osmosis System and Drying Units, making our technique in the lead. We have standard QC system which meets EU standard and requirements.
2.With the quality management system certificate of ISO9001 and environmental management system certificate of ISO14001, our company not only sticks to the strict quality-control system according to the international standard, but also focuses on protecting the environment and promoting the sustainable development of itself and the society.
3.Our products meet the stringent mandatory requirements of REACH, FDA, EU's AP(89)1 &/or EN71 Part III.
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