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Henan Billions Chemicals
BLA-200 Henan Billions Chemicals is an anatase titanium dioxide white pigment. It is manufactured by surface process with high titanium dioxide content. It offers high whiteness and brightness. It... view more
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BLF-623 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a seed nucleating inorganic iron oxide yellow pigment available in acicular shape. It can be diluted in water. It shows good tinting strength, opacity and... view more
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BLF-722 by Henan Billions Chemicals is an inorganic iron oxide black pigment. It is soluble in water. It shows high tinting strength. It is available in black spherical powder form. It offers... view more
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Henan Billions Chemicals
BLF-723 Grade I is an inorganic iron oxide black pigment by Henan Billions Chemicals available in spherical form. It is soluble in water. It shows good tinting strength, excellent weatherability and... view more
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BLF-723 Grade II is an inorganic iron oxide pigment by Henan Billions Chemicals available in spherical black form. It shows good tinting strength, excellent weatherability and hiding power. It is... view more
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BLR-501 is an inorganic rutile titanium dioxide white pigment by Henan Billions Chemicals. It offers good whiteness, medium weatherability and good opacity. It is manufactured by surface process... view more
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BLR-601 is a rutile titanium dioxide inorganic white pigment by Henan Billions Chemicals. It can be treated with aluminum oxide and silicon oxide surface treatment. It is used in solvent- and... view more
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BLR-631 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a rutile titanium dioxide white pigment. It can be treated with aluminum oxide surface treatments. It offers high tinting strength, excellent dispersion, high... view more
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BLR-688 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a rutile titanium dioxide white pigment. It can be treated with aluminum oxide and silicon oxide surface treatment. It offers excellent macro-liquidity, good... view more
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BLR-698 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a rutile titanium dioxide white pigment. It can be treated with aluminum oxide, silicon oxide and zirconium dioxide surface treatments. It is used for solvent... view more
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BLR-699 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a rutile titanium dioxide white pigment. It can be treated with aluminum oxide and zirconium dioxide surface treatment. It offers good whiteness, excellent... view more
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BLR-885 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a titanium dioxide white pigment manufactured by chloride process. It can be treated with aluminum oxide and silicon oxide surface treatments. It offers... view more
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BLR-886 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a titanium dioxide white pigment manufactured by chloride process. It can be treated with aluminum oxide surface treatment. It offers high tinting strength... view more
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BLR-895 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a titanium dioxide white pigment manufactured by chloride process. It is designed to be used in water- and solvent-based coatings. It can be treated with... view more
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BLR-896 by Henan Billions Chemicals is a titanium dioxide white pigment manufactured by chloride process. It is used in water- and solvent-based coatings. It offers excellent dispersion, excellent... view more
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TR52 Henan Billions Chemicals is a rutile titanium dioxide white pigment manufactured by sulfate process with organic treatment. It offers excellent gloss, high opacity, optimized particle size... view more
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