Moly Orange

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Moly Orange - Inorganic Orange

The inorganic orange mentioned is actually Molybdate. Dominion Color (DCC), Canada, is one of the biggest producer of Molybdate Orange (PR104) in the world. It can be categorised into 2 shades: Blue and Yellow shade. Some of the grades are actually "stir in" grade, i.e. easily dispersed even just with high speed mixing.

 


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Why Silica Encapsulated

Encapsulated pigment means the pigment particle are encapsulated (=covered) by additional layer of silica to give extra protection to the pigment. Hence the pigment can withstand higher temperature (heat), stronger acid and alkali.

Types of Inorganic Yellow

We have two types of inorganic yellows:

  • Chrome Yellow (PY 34)
  • Bismuth Vanadate (PY 184)

Dominion Color (DCC), Canada, is one of the biggest producer of Chrome Yellow and one of the few producer of Bismuth Vanadate pigment in the world.