Ultramarine blue

Other name: Pigment Blue 29
CAS number: 57455-37-5
Molecular formula: Na6Al4Si6S4O20

Product Features:
Sodium polysulfoaluminate
red phase ultramarine blue
Good dimensional stability, no color infiltration, no migration

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Pigment blue 29 is calcined at high temperature. Ultramarine blue has a distinctive reddish blue tone that makes white whiter, gray bluer and darker. Ultramarine blue is a translucent pigment. It is compatible with most resin systems and polymers and is warp-free. Typical applications include liquid and powder coatings, printing inks, plastics, and other similar applications.

Inorganic blue pigment. The paint industry is used to make the color paint, so that the whiteness is more vivid. Rubber industry is used for rubber products such as shoe outsole, rubber plate coloring, lifting white or with yellow pigment mixed with grass green. Used in the paper industry to produce a sharp white or blue pulp. Printing and dyeing used in the textile industry as a printing label for white cotton and knitwear to increase the whiteness of the fibers and for cloth knitwear. The pigment industry is used in the coloring of oil paints and as a white lifting agent for white pigments. Plastics industry for plastic products and artificial leather coloring, patchwork and whitening. Construction industry for cement square brick, artificial marble coloring. In addition, ultramarine can also be used as an antioxidant for perfluorocarbon resins, as a catalyst for hydrogenation cracking, and in the adsorption of uranium from seawater.

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