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Hostaperm Red E2B 70 for Paints and Coatings

Pigment Violet 19

Edition Date :
May 16, 2013
Hostaperm Red E2B 70 is a yellow shade, brillant and very opaque quinacridone pigment with the outstanding fastness properties of this group of pigments. Chemically and crystallographically identical to Hostaperm Red E3B. Differs from this in its higher covering power, better rheological properties, easier dispersibility, distinctly improved flocculation stability and, coloristically, by a yellower purer shade both in full tone and reductions, and about 10 % higher tinctorial strength. Because of the good flocculation stability a haze-free high gloss is obtained in paints even at high pigment concentrations.

Benefits

  • Very high weather fastness
  • Very high overspray fastness
  • High tinting strength and brilliance

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Product Data

Application Profile
  • Automotive Coatings
  • Industrial Coatings

Special Recommendations
Air-drying Alkyds
 
Physically Drying Paints
  -
Baking Enamels
 
Acid Cured Paints
 
Amine Cured Epoxies
 
Isocyanate Cured Paints
 
Waterbased Paints
 

● recommended
○ limited suitability
-  not recommended

Physical Data
Density [g/cm3] 1.46
Form of Supply
  powder
Specific surface
[m2/g]
31
Oil absorption
[ml/100g] 85
Avg. Size of Primary Particles
[nm]
220
Heat Stability
[°C]
200

Fastness Data
     to Light
 to Weathering
 
 

12 month
24 month

  LOA
AM LOA
AM
LOA
AM
Full shade
  7d
7d 4d 4d 3-4d 3-4d
Deep shade   7-8d 7-8d 4d 4d 4d 4d
1/3 ST [1:3.3 TiO2]
7-8 7-8 4-5 4-5 4d 4d
1/25 ST
[1:46 TiO2] 7-8 8 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5

Acids
  5  
Water   5  
Butyl Glycol
  4-5  
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
  5  
Xylene   5  
Alkali   5  
Butanol   5  
Butyl Acetate
  5  
White Spirit
  5  
Dibutyl Phthalate
  5  
Blooming   No blooming observed  
Fastness to Overpainting 
NC AM (120°C)
AM (160°C)
  5 5 5

LOA- Air-drying Long Oil Alkyd
AM- Baked Alkyd-Melamine
NC- Nitrocellulose Combination Lacquer