Pigments

Pigments are a classification of colorants and their fundamental difference from dyes is that they are typically water and oil insoluble. Pigments are used to add colour to various materials ranging from plastics and cosmetic products to industrial equipment and paints. Pigments can be permanent or fugitive (fade over time). Natural pigments can be dated to prehistoric times, while the first use of synthetic pigments can be dated back to the industrial revolution. Organic pigments can be found in food, drugs, cosmetics, paints, coatings, stains etc, while Inorganic pigments can be used in automotive products, cleaning products, paints, cosmetics, cement applications, and various other products.

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Pigment Yellow 12

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Pigment Yellow 13

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Pigment Yellow 14

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Pigment Yellow 17

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Pigment Yellow 34

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Pigment Yellow 62

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Pigment Yellow 83

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Pigment Yellow 110

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Pigment Yellow 139

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Pigment Yellow 151

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Pigment Yellow 155

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Pigment Yellow 168

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Pigment Yellow 180

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Pigment Yellow 181

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Pigment Yellow 191

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Pigment Orange 5

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Pigment Orange 13

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Pigment Orange 34

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Pigment Orange 43

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Pigment Orange 64

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Pigment Orange 70

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Pigment Red 48.1

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Pigment Red 48.2

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Pigment Red 48.3

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Pigment Red 53.1

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Pigment Red 57.1

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Pigment Red 104

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Pigment Red 112

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Pigment Red 122

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Pigment Red 146

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Pigment Red 149

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Pigment Red 170

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Pigment Red 214

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Pigment Red 242

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Pigment Red 254

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Pigment Violet 19

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Pigment Violet 23

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Pigment Green 7

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Pigment Blue 15

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Pigment Blue 15.1

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Pigment Blue 15.3

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Pigment Blue 60

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Pigment Black 7

Disclaimer : The Colour tone furnished herein is considered reliable but without guarantee. As Actual dye samples must be evaluated in a laboratory on medium to be dyed in production for accurate shade and physical property results. Shades shown on print material and monitors/paper are for general reference only as they are inherently inaccurate due to calibration variations and technical limitations of monitors and printers.