Brief:Pigment Blue 15:3 HP BLUE 43145 P.B.15:3, the belta-modification of Copper Phthalocyanine Blue, affords a clean shade of turquoise. Pigments of this type are used primarily in graphical printing as well as in finishes and paints, plastics and rubber, textile printing, and other areas, such as office articles.
Brief:Pigment Blue 15:4, Blue 4558 Under the designation P.B.15:4 show largely the same coloristic and fastness properties as P.B.15:3 types, but often exhibit much better rheology. Improved stability to flocculation and other rub-out phenomena make P.B.15:4 an attractive choice, Commercially Available Pigments 447 especially for oven drying paints. The pigments have also gained importance in gravure printing inks, particularly in toluene-based publication gravure printing inks and in various types of flexographic printing inks. They now dominate in these areas. Often, P.B.15:4 types are optimized for use in specific media, such as publication gravure printing inks. In these media the pigment exhibits high tinctorial strength and good flow.
Brief:Pigment Blue 15:3 HP BLUE 4559 P.B.15:3, the belta-modification of Copper Phthalocyanine Blue, affords a clean shade of turquoise. Pigments of this type are used primarily in graphical printing as well as in finishes and paints, plastics and rubber, textile printing.
Brief:Pigment blue 15:1 stabilized P.B.15:1 types reign supreme among Copper Phthalocyanine Blue types as colorants for coatings and paints, packaging printing inks, and plastics. They show good resistance to organic solvents. Excellent lightfastness and weatherfastness, superior migration fastness, and high heat stability, along with a reasonable price make these pigments attractive products.
Brief:Pigment blue 15:0, alpha-blue, K6850, phthalo blue 15:0, PB15:0 Pigment Blue 15 types are reddish blue in shade, tinctorially strong, and provide high color yield and economy in use. P.B.15 types are redder and frequently cleaner than stabilized types, an advantage which is often compromised by less tinctorial strength.