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Chroma-chem® 8340307

Chroma-chem® 8340307 is a magenta colored phosphomolybdic acid salt of rhodamine pigment paste by Chromaflo Technologies. It is recommended to be used as in-plant colorant for water-based flexographic ink applications. It is compatible with stryene butadiene, polyvinyl acetate, alkyd resin emulsion, acrylics, vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymers and alkyd modified latices. It offers rapid drying and excellent block-, light- & water resistance. Chroma-chem® 8340307 is suitable for synthetic resin emulsion paints, wood stains, transparent wood finishes and synthetic semi-gloss and gloss latices.
Product Type
Color Pigments & Dyes > Organic Pigments
Chemical Composition
Phosphomolybdic acid salt of rhodamine
CAS Number
68310-07-6
Physical Form
Paste
Appearance
Magenta
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
Asia / Pacific
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Coatings > Waterborne
  • Inks > Water-based
  • Resins > Acrylics & Acrylic Copolymers
  • Resins > Ethylene Co-terpolymers - Solids (EVA, EMA)
  • Resins > Alkyd Resins
  • Inks > Flexographic inks
  • Coatings Markets > Wood & Furniture Coatings > Stains

Chroma-chem® 8340307 Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Specific gravity
1.26
Pigment solid content
20.0
Vehicle solid content
11.7

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