ARON Universal

Flamingo Animation Representing Aron Universal's Excellence in Fluorescent Products
Flamingo Animation Representing Aron Universal's Excellence in Fluorescent Products

IX AS

IX AS pigments are thermoplastic fluorescent pigments recommended for use in a wide range of applications where resistance to strong solvents is not required. These are especially useful for water-based systems.

* Technical Information

Bulk Density0.25 – 0.30 gm/cc
Softening Point130° – 140°C
Av. Particle Size2.5 – 4.0 Microns
Thermal Stability 210°C
Oil Absorption Value50 – 60 gm/100 gm of pigment
pH (10% aq. Solution)7 – 8

* Typical Values

Certificate of Analysis (COA) available on request

Applications

  • In oil and water-based silkscreen inks
  • Aqueous based Flexo and Gravure printing inks
  • Thermoplastic polymer colouring (< 180° C)
  • Water-based paper coatings
  • Artist Colours
  • Poster, Candles, Children’s Crayon, Chalk Colouring
  • Aqueous based Aerosol paints
  • Textile Printing and Dyeing

Delivery Form

  • Powder

Colour Range:

Yellow IX AS 11
Green IX AS 02
Chrome IX AS 03
Orange IX AS 04
Orange(R) IX AS 14
Red orange IX AS 15
Red IX AS 16
Pink IX AS 17
Magenta IX AS 08
Red voilet IX AS 19
Royal blue IX AS 20

* The shades offered are indicative only

For exact shades please contact Aron

Regulatory Compliance

  • REACH
  • TSCA
  • ROHS
  • EN-71 Part 3

Storage

Store the material in the closed original packaging in a dry place at ambient temperature.

Disclaimer: Technical information, advice, statements, verbal and written suggestions and test results are offered for guidance only and it is believed to be reliable based on our present knowledge. These are not to be construed as a warranty for which we assume no responsibility. It is responsibility of the user to ensure that their employees are aware of the content and also to ensure that any additional regulations are satisfied. NO WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS MADE. Users are responsible for testing our products and suggestions to ensure that they are suitable for the intended purposes and applications, prior to use.