The range of quality PU Pigments offered by us are one of the best in the industry. PU Pigments are made available in different colors and shades including jet black color, as per the desired needs and requirements of our clients. PU Pigments are used universally for Polyester and Polyether Systems. The jet black shade PU Pigments can be used as dosing or it can be added in the Polyol at the rate of 3% on the weight of Polyol system.
Pigment grades are available for black colours.
- EX 540 - Common pigment for both polyether and polyester operating @ 3.73% (Suitable For Only Tank Mixing)
- EX 515 - Common pigment for both polyether and polyester operating @ 3.73% (Suitable For Dozing Machine)
- EX 520 - Common pigment for both polyether and polyester operating @ 7% (Suitable For Tank Mixing and Prefered Mostly For Chinese PU Machine)
- Supersonic 109 - Phthalate free pigment common for both polyether and polyester (Suitable For Both Tank and Dozing Machine)
All colour are available as per pantone shade cards.
Product Name: PU Pigment Black and Other Shades.
Product Description: Pigment dispersed in low weight polyol with additives.
Hazard Identification: Not a dangerous product according to EEC criteria.
Method of Application: This product is used universally for Polyester and Polyester systems. For Jet Black shade Pigment can be used as dosing or it can be added in the Polyol at the rate of 3% on the weight of Polyol system.
i.e. Polyol = 180 Kgs.
Additive = 020 Kgs.
Total = 200 Kgs.
3% is 6kg. of Pigment is added and start the processing.
Precaution: Please shake well before use.
Physical and Chemical Data:
Appearance: Black Liquid
Density gr/cc at 20° C ca.: N. A.
*Viscosity cps at 20° C: 16000
pH at 20° C: N. A.
Boiling Point: Above 200°C
Melting Point: N. A.
Flash Point: Above 2000°C
Apparent Density gr/cc: N. A.
Vapour Pressure mbar at 20° C: N. A.
Solubility in Water at 20° C: Insoluble
(*) Measured with BROOKFIELD RVF (Spindle n.6, 20 rpm)
Stability and Reactivity:
Thermal Decomposition: Above 200° C
Conditions To Be Avoided: No particular conditions.
Materials To Be Avoided: Keep away from oxidizing substances, amines and acids.
Hazardous Decomposition Products: The following substances may develop : Nitrogen, Carbon anhydride, Carbon monoxide, Ammonia.
Acute Oral Toxicity LD-50: 3000mg/kg (tested on rats)
Skin Irritation: None
Eye Irritation: Slight (tested on rabbit eyes)
Respiratory Tract Irritation: None
Skin Irritation: Irritating (tested on Indian pores)