Molybdate Oranges are inorganic pigments which provide Orange, Scarlet and Red shades. Molybdate Oranges have been classified as Pigment Red 104/C.I. 77605 (Molybdate Orange/Red) by the Colour Index System. Their basic chemical composition is PbCr4.PbSO4. bMoO4.
Molybdate Oranges have been widely used in the Plastics and Coatings industry because of their bright yellow colour and high hiding power.
The most heat-resistant (300ºC, 5 min) series.
The heat-resistant (220ºC-260ºC, 5 min), enhanced acid and weather fastness series.
The heat-resistant (220ºC-260ºC, 5 min), enhanced acid, SO2 and weather fastness series.
The standard series.
Bright, clean, transparent Pyrazolone Orange with excellent tinting strength. 2113 has fair lightfastness in masstone/deep shades and is poor in tints.
Recommended for inks, plastics & limited coatings applications.
Bright, strong redder shade transparent type Azo Orange with fair lightfastness
Recommended for use in various printing applications such as solvent and water based inks
PO 34 can also be used in selected paint applications for interior use
Also suitable for coloration of low temperature plastics and textile printing
Opaque, reddish shade orange that is bright in chroma with very good light, weather fastness and heat resistance characteristics (FDA approved)
Primarily recommended for polyolefins, ABS, styrene, thermoset resins in addition to high quality powder and liquid industrial coatings
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