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Sun Chemical Introduces Fanchon™ Orange 36 Range of Organic Pigments for Coating and Ink

Published on 2015-10-13. Author : SpecialChem

SÃO PAULO, Brazil -- Sun Chemical Performance Pigments has introduced its new Fanchon™ Orange 36 high performance organic pigments for coating and ink applications.

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Fanchon Orange 36 pigments have a high level of opacity and durability capable of replacing lead-based pigments in industrial mono-coat applications. APEO- and lead-free, Fanchon Orange 36 pigments are one of the leaders in the industry that raises the standard for environmental stewardship.

This high performance pigment maintains gloss with increased pigment loads and offers excellent light and heat fastness, high color strength, superior dispersibility, as well as reliable process and quality control.

“We have customers across Europe and beyond who are looking for ways to replace inorganic orange pigments that meet the environmental regulations enacted in Europe and across the world,” said Scott Heitzman, Product Manager, Sun Chemical Performance Pigments. “Our new Fanchon Orange 36 not only meets their need, it sets the bar in meeting those requirements.”

Fanchon Orange 36 high performance pigments will be on display at ABRAFATI 2015 in São Paulo, Brazil on October 13-15, 2015 at Sun Chemical’s booth, located at #113B & 140.

About Sun Chemical


Sun Chemical, a member of the DIC group, is one of the world’s largest producers of printing inks and pigments and one of the leading providers of materials to packaging, publication, coatings, plastics, cosmetics, and other industrial markets. With annual sales of more than $3.5 billion, Sun Chemical has over 8,000 employees supporting customers around the world.

Sun Chemical Corporation is a subsidiary of Sun Chemical Group Coöperatief U.A., the Netherlands, and is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey, U.S.A.

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