Nubiola Offers Nubifer NB-5970 Iron Oxide Pigment with Bluish Undertone for Coatings
- Aug 10, 2012
A bluish undertone is a highly appreciated characteristic in grey or black color shades but it is not common for Iron Oxides. Being aware of this, Nubiola has recently launched Nubifer NB-5970, a micronized Black Iron Oxide with a deep bluish undertone and also great tinting strength which is suitable for Coatings, Plastics (if processing conditions do not promote oxidation of the product) and Construction, e.g. cementitious formulations. With a lower dosage than usual, you can obtain real bluish grey color shades in all three of these applications. Nubifer NB-5970 also features outstanding dispersibility: very low fineness values can be achieved in Coatings after 10 minutes dispersion in a high speed disperser and filter test values in Plastics are well below other products in the market.
Nubifer NB-5970 is one of the latest results of Nubiola's efforts to provide its customers with high added value products for demanding applications, guaranteeing consistent good quality and providing its best technical, sales and supply support. The Nubiola product range includes Red, Yellow, Black and Brown Iron Oxides, Heat Resistant Yellow Iron Oxides and Zinc Ferrites.
Nubiola is a family-owned company with more than 95 years experience in the marketplace, committed to sustainable growth and ethic business based on its technical and production capabilities that permits to market innovative and efficient products to fulfill its customers' needs. That commitment explains its position of world's largest Ultramarine pigments producer as well as reliable alternative in a wide range of pigments such as Iron Oxides, Zinc Ferrites, Chrome Oxide Greens, Chrome Yellows and Molybdate Oranges, as well as Corrosion Inhibitors. They are about 600 people, have 4 production plants all over the world and sell to more than 85 countries.
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