Recommended for use in plastics and niche coatings applications, e.g. powder coatings, coil coatings, stoving paints or any other coating requiring high heat fastness.
Description: Yellow Iron Oxides are not heat resistant and can only be used below 180ºC-190ºC. At such temperature, the goethite structure of the Yellow Iron Oxides turns into the hematite structure characteristic of the Red Iron Oxides. Therefore, a colour change from yellow to red is clearly observed.
The way to prevent such colour fading is to protect the yellow iron oxide structure with an encapsulation to withstand high temperatures (260ºC, 5min), allowing it to be used in niche markets requiring high temperatures. Moreover, Encapsulated Yellow Iron Oxide, shows all the excellent attributes which are characteristic of such range of pigments.
In addition, it can be used as a replacement for Pigment Brown 24 (PBr24) and red organic pigments both in Plastics and high temperature cured Coatings. This substitution allows formulating beige, green, red and brown colour shades at reduced cost keeping the same chemical and physical properties.
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