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Ultramarine Blue

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Ultramarine Blue is Synthetic Inorganic. It is a blue pigment of sodium aluminosilicate containing sulphur. It is prepared by heating kaolin, sodium carbonate, sulphur and other inexpensive ingredients together. It is heat and alkali resistant. It is used for optical whiteness in plastics, rubber, inks, paints, cosmetics, detergents, cement, textile and paper.

Being a consumer product, Ultramarine is used for brightening the white cotton cloth after washing and to provide blue color and brightness to plastics and rubber used in the industries. It acts as a brightening agent
in white washing and is the only ultramarine blue pigment that does not fade under sunlight or heat
(UPTO 350 DEGREES). It also has various other usage.


Ultramarine Blue 29

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Ultramarine Blue for Masterbatches

Ultramarine Blue for Masterbatches
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Ultramarine Blue pigment for Masterbatch is non-wrapping and non-shrinking in nature. These pigments prove perfect for materbatch applications owing to their exceptional heat and light stability. This pigment is extensively utilized in applications that need improved appearance as regards brightness, surface smoothness, and transparency. This color masterbatch also offers better mechanical properties favored for manufacturing of thin pressure pipes, films, fibres, bottles, etc.


Zahara Zakra

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Ultramarine blue , also known as Zahra Zakra in arabic Major application being white washing , optical brightners etc . Our Ultramarine Blue caters Egyptian , Sudanese & all other middle east market by the name Zahra Zakra.





Masterbatches

Masterbatch

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The non-shrinking, non-warping nature of ultramarine blue, along with its exceptional heat and light stability has led to the development of a range of high quality ultramarine blue pigments specifically for masterbatchs applications. This pigment is widely used in applications that require improved appearance as regards brightness, transparency, surface smoothness. this color masterbatch also provides improved mechanical properties preferred for manufacturing of thin films, pressure pipes, fibres, bottles, etc.

Further, the leather industry uses sodium bisulfite to make finished leather products more wearable, waterproof and longer lasting. In addition to its use as a food preservative, the food industry also uses sodium bisulfite as a bleaching agent. Additionally, metal workers use sodium bisulfite to finish metals.


Inks

Inks
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Ultramarine Blue are suitable for use in inks due to their inorganic pigment nature. They show good wettability in water systems and good resistance to organic solvents. Moreover, properties such as good light resistance and low oil absorption allow Ultramarine Blue to be used in different types of inks e.g. flexographic.




Paints

Paints
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Ultramarine Blue is used in a variety of paints for Oil Paints, Water and Acrylic Paints, water-based Emulsion Paints etc. It provides a bluish undertone, while providing uniformity in the composition. Ultramarine Blue pigment it displays high fastness to alkalis, air, light, water, detergents and organic solvents.

Surface Coating
Ultramarine Blue occupies a unique position in the blue color space that can not be achieved by any other pigment or blend of pigments. The reddish undertone of Ultramarine Blue, highly appreciated both in mass tone and tint applications in surface coating. This makes the pigment clearly differentiated from any Blue Phthalocyanine and any Cobalt Blue, even if they are in combination with organic violet pigments.

Plastic & Rubber

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Ultramarine pigment is used to provide a reddish blue shade or to whiten polymers. It also works to provide a blue undertone to grey and black plastic parts. They are compatible and suitable for all kinds of polymers, from polyolefins to engineering polymers, including rubber as well. The fine particles of the Ultramarine blue maintains dimensional stability of polyolefins and other polymers, so that warping and shrinking do not take place.


Paper Ultramarine

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Blue is used in paper industry for whitening of cellulose pulp and the coloration of the outside coating on coloured and stucco papers. Some manufacturers used a blend of Ultramarine Blue and a optical whitener to achieve affect optical whitening especially under a light which is rich in ultraviolet rays. Both products are very compatible and do not present any problem.



Toiletries & Cosmetics

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Ultramarine Pigments is used in many types of Toiletries formulations e.g. shampoos, soaps, gels.It is much valued in cosmetics for their brightness, their non-irritability characteristic and the very low levels of any impurity. Some examples of fields of application are eye shadows, face powders and artistic make-ups.






Ultramarine Pigment

Ultramarine Pigment
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Ultramarine pigment is widely used to provide a reddish blue gloom or to whiten polymers. These pigments work to offer a blue undertone to grey and black plastic parts. Further, these pigments are compatible and appropriate for all types of polymers, from polyolefins to engineering polymers, comprising rubber as well. The superior particles of the pigments preserve dimensional stability of polyolefins and other polymers, so that shrinking and warping do not take place.





Ultramarine Blue 462

Ultramarine Blue 462
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Ultramarine 462 is a moderate tinting strength, very red shade Ultramarine blue. It is heat fast, lightfast, very easy to disperse and approved worldwide for use in sensitive applications such as food contact plastics and cosmetics. Ultramarine 462 can offer a cost effective solution where only limited technical properties are required. Ultramarine 462 is intended as a general purpose pigment with applications in paint, ink, soap, cosmetics and many other industries. Ultramarine 462 can be used in plastics.





Ultramarine Blue 463

Ultramarine Blue 463
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Paint,Printing Ink, Powdered Coating, Rubber, TPE, PVC,PP,PE,PS,ABS,POM,PBT,PA,PC



Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity 100 Kilogram
Usage plastics
Packaging Type hdpe
Brand uii
Form powder
Tint Shade Reddish, bright color, strong color strength
Ph-Value 7.5-8.0
Cas No 57455-37-5
Heat Capacity (Degree Celsius) 300
Eco-Friendly Yes
Pigments inorganic blue








Neelkanth Ultramarine Blue

Neelkanth Ultramarine Blue
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"Laundry blue" is a solution of synthetic ultramarine that is widely used to improve the appearance of textiles, especially white fabrics. White fabrics acquire a slight color cast after use. Since blue and yellow are complementary colors in the subtractive color model of color perception, adding a trace of blue color to the slightly off-white color of these fabrics makes them appear whiter.

Ultramarine blue is the most commonly used laundry blue & it is also known as " NEEL " in hindi. It gives a violet blue color and makes a fine powder and thus becomes a suitable blue for laundry. It is safe to use as it is not harmful to the fabrics. Bluing is to be done only when the fabric is free from soap or detergent used for washing the cloth. Ultramarine blue being not insoluble in water, the coloring matter is held in suspension, and so the water must be stirred each time before use.





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