Permanent Pigments® Product Range:

TECHNICAL DATA, MSDS FILES & SAMPLES

This group comprises of pigments that vary in fastness properties. Because of their high tinctorial strength, good gloss and largely good light fastness Permanent pigments are used in industrial and decorative paint systems.



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  • Permanent Orange RL 70

    Permanent Orange RL 70 is a reddish orange pigment with very good hiding power. As it has very good flow properties in paints, it can be used even at high pigment concentrations (25 - 30 % pigment relative to solid binder) without affecting the gloss. Eminently suitable for the production of opaque orange shades for lead-free and low-lead paints mainly for interior use.

  • Permanent Red FGR for Paints and Coatings

    Signal red pigment with very good fastness to light and weathering even in medium reductions; therefore an ideal alternative to toluidine red pigments when their fastness properties are not adequate. Provided the risk of blooming is observed it can be used, after the appropriate preliminary trials, in full shades for stoving enamels.

  • Permanent Red FGR 02 for Paints and Coatings

    Signal red pigment with very good fastness to light and weathering even in medium reductions; therefore an ideal alternative to toluidine red pigments when their fastness properties are not adequate. Provided the risk of blooming is observed it can be used, after the appropriate preliminary trials, in full shades for stoving enamels. Permanent Red FGR 02 has a darker, more transparent full shade in air-drying paints and has up to 10 % greater tinctorial strength than Permanent Red FGR. In alkyd/melamine resin stoving enamels on the other hand the coloristic differences are minimal.

  • Permanent Red FGR 70 for Paints and Coatings

    Slightly higher opacity and considerably better rheological properties at higher pigment concentrations than Permanent Red FGR and therefore of particular interest for opaque full shades in the signal red range. Slightly lower tinctorial strength in reductions with titanium dioxide. Fastness properties virtually the same.

  • Permanent Bordeaux FRR for Paints and Coatings

    Deep, bright bordeaux red mainly for air-drying paints. Because of the risk of blooming at low and medium concentrations, it should be used in stoving enamels only for full shades at higher concentrations after preliminary trials. If it is exposed to aggressive solvents, especially ketones, or in the presence of talcum, the crystal modification can change, causing a severe change in shade.

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