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BAYFERROX® 130

Bayferrox® 130 is an iron oxide red pigment. It is delivered as powder and can be applied for the coloration of a wide variety of construction materials. As a result of the manufacturing process (Laux-process), which  includes a high temperature calcining step, the pigment has a higher intrinsic hardness than other precipitated pigments. It is very resistant to color change during high energy dispersion processes. The high temperatures involved in the calcining process also give the pigment outstanding heat stability.

Molecular Formula: Fe2O3
Product Group: Color Pigments
Color: Red
Delivery Form:
  • Powder
Applications
  • Agriculture
  • Asphalt
  • Ceramic
  • Ceramic Stains
  • Concrete Masonry Blocks
  • Concrete Roofing Tiles
  • Construction
  • Construction material
  • Facade Elements
  • Fertilizers
  • Fibre Cement
  • Foundry
  • Foundry Sands
  • In Situ Concrete
  • Mortar
  • Noise Barriers
  • Paving Stones
  • Plaster
  • Risers for Molds
  • Roofing Felts
  • Sand-lime Bricks
  • Screed
Molar weight: 159.7
Color Index: 77491
REACH: 01-2119457614-35-0000
CAS (CAS Number): 001309-37-1
Packaging Format:

The product is available in sacks or bulk bags. For further information please contact our representative in your country or send an enquiry by e-mail to: ipg.product-information@lanxess.com

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