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orange-hued cadmium yellow pigment

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Cadmium pigments are used to create reds, yellows, oranges, and maroons; thus, the yellow and orange portions of the glass designs yielded the highest cadmium concentrations, according to one consumer advocate who analyzed the glasses using an XRF scanner.
Scores of artists have written to members of the Senate in an effort to gain an exemption for fine-art cadmium pigments.
Recent Industry Activity II-18 Teledyne Technologies Acquires Judson Technologies II-18 NREL Enters into Solar R&D Agreement with PrimeStar II-18 GE Energy to Acquire Minority Stake in PrimeStar II-18 Electro Energy Obtains Contract from US Defense Logistics Agency II-19 High Energy Batteries Plans to Extend Ni-Cadmium Batteries Line II-19 Rockwood Pigments Acquires Pigments & Dispersions Business of Johnson Matthey II-19 Johnson Matthey Acquires Cadmium Pigments Line of Engelhard II-19
The firm has since introduced a new series of pigments that combines the low dusting of Mindust with low cadmium solubility, while providing the color value and performance of conventional cadmium pigments.
Pigments include full color range of high-heat, nonbleeding, no-plateout fluorescents; 6SSU Natural and GSS color series phosphorescent pigments; high brightness and extended afterglow LumiNova phosphorescent pigments; cadmium pigments for special engineering resins in a range of yellows, oranges, reds and maroons in both CP and lithopone forms; organic pigments such as Red Lake C, Red 2B, lithol rubines, diarylide yellows, and phthalocyanine blue and green.
Manufacturer and processor of pigments that include high-strength red, yellow and black synthetic iron oxides as well as transparent cadmium pigments, color concentrates, complex inorganic and high heat-stable pigments.
The company says that it will soon offer reduced-dust versions of most of its other cadmium pigments as well.
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Combining opacity and heat the light stability, cadmium pigments range from greenish through reddish yellows, and orange, red, and maroon.
Mobay has also announced that it will remove cadmium pigments as coloring from all its thermoplastic materials by next year.
Also distributes cadmium pigments produced by Sudarshan Chemical Industries.
Pigments include full color range of high-heat, nonbleeding, no-plateout fluorescents; 6SSU Natural and GSS color series phosphorescent pigments: high brightness and extended afterglow LumiNova phosphorescent pigments; cadmium pigments for special engineering resins in a range of yellows, oranges, reds and maroons in both CP and lithopone forms; organic pigments such as Red Lake C, Red 2B, lithol rubines, diarylide yellows, and phthalocyanine blue and green.
Mixed metal oxide and cadmium pigments for PVC siding and profiles, high durability polyolefin, and engineering plastics applications.
Color pigments include Meteor and Meteor Plus complex inorganic pigments for applications requiring heat resistance and exterior durability; Engeltone organic pigments in a wide spectrum of colors; Engeltone low-soluble cadmium pigments for uses requiring good heat and light stability; and Engeltone lead chromate and moly orange pigments for cost-effective coloring.
Pigments include full color range of high-heat, nonbleeding, no-plateout fluores-cents; 6SSU Natural and GSS color series phosphorescent pigments; high brightness and extended afterglow LumiNova phosphorescent pigments; cadmium pigments for special engineering resins in a range of yellows, oranges, reds and maroons in both CF and lithopone forms; organic pigments such as Red Lake C, Red 2B, lithol rubines, diarylide yellows, and phthalocyanine blue and green; and titanium dioxide.