Our primary goal is to develop, from scratch if necessary, the perfect color solution for our customers’ products–meeting all shade and physical property requirements in the most cost-effective manner possible. Starting with the basic organic pigments, we can offer a powder, powder blend, or develop an aqueous or solvent-based dispersion to meet your needs.

Listed below is our basic color-index-named pigments. Within those pigment index classes, we offer a multitude of varieties offering different shades and physical properties to suit different applications. These are applicable to the coatings, construction, inks, plastics, and agricultural industries, amongst others.

Data Sheets

Select the button below for a downloadable shade card which illustrates general shade and a complete listing of physical properties and applications. For a variety of application procedures and technical bulletins, visit our Technical Resources page where you can search by technical bulletin, procedure, colorant class, and material being colored.

OrcoPerm™ OR Organic Pigment Powders Shade Card

Shade
Index Name
**More grades available
OrcoPerm™ OR
*Standard workhorse colors
Application
(See KEY below)
pH (10%
Aqueous)

Light Fastness (1-8)

Heat Stability (°F/°C)

Yellow 1

Yellow G*

I, C

6-7

4-6

284 / 140

Yellow 3

Yellow GR

I, C

5-6.5

5-7

280 / 138

Yellow 12

Yellow D

I, C

5.5-7

2-4

390 / 199

Yellow 13

Yellow GR-W

I, C

5-7.5

3-7

350-390 / 177-199

Yellow 14**

Yellow 2GN*

I, C, P

5.0-7.5

3-5

390/199

Yellow 17

Yellow 3GN

I, C, P

5-7.5

4-7

390 / 199

Yellow 62

Fast Yellow WSR

P

6-8

6-7

500 / 260

Yellow 65

Yellow RNC

C

5.5-8

7-8

280/ 138

Yellow 73

Fast Yellow 4GX

C

6-7.5

5-7

280 / 138

Yellow 74**

Yellow 5GX*

C, I

5.5-7.5

6-8

200-280 / 93-138

Yellow 83**

Golden Yellow RN*

C, I, P

5.5-7.5

7-8D

390 / 199

Yellow 93

Yellow GG

I, P

5.5-8.5

7-8

392-536 / 200-280

Yellow 97

Yellow FGL

C, I

6.5-8.5

5-8

350/ 177

Yellow 110

Yellow 2RLP

C, I, P

5-7.5

7-8

390-570/ 199-299

Yellow 138

Fast Yellow 138

P

5-7

7-8

570 / 299

Yellow 139**

Yellow 2RF*

C, I, P

5-7.5

7-8

390-460 / 199-238

Yellow 150

Yellow 4GY

P

5.5-7.5

8

390-570 / 199-299

Yellow 151

Yellow H4G*

C, I

5-7.5

6-8

390-500 / 199-260

Yellow 152

Yellow H2G

C

5.5-8

4-5

300 / 199

Yellow 154

Yellow H3G

C, I

5.5-7.5

8

320 / 160

Yellow 155

Yellow 4GP

C, I, P

5-7

7-8

320-500 / 160-260

Yellow 168

Yellow WGP

P

7-9

7

500 / 260

Yellow 180

Yellow HG

I, P

5.5-8

6-7

550-570 / 288-299

Yellow 181

Yellow H2SG

C, I, P

5-7.5

8

540-570 / 282-299

Yellow 183

Yellow H3GS

C, P

5-7.5

5-8

570 / 299

Yellow 191

Fast Yellow HGR

P

5-7.5

6-7

570 / 299

Yellow 194

Yellow F2G

C, I, P

5.5-7.5

7-8

390/ 199

Orange 5

Fast Orange RN*

C, I

4-7.5

5-6D

280-320 / 138-160

Orange 13

Fast Orange GR

C, I, P

5-6.5

3-6

350-390 / 177-199

Orange 16

Fast Orange G

C, I, P

6-7.5

2-5

275-340 / 135-171

Orange 34

Fast Orange LD-C*

C, I, P

5.5-7

4-6D

1500 / 800

Orange 34

Fast Orange LD-CST*

C, I, P

5.5-7

4-6D

1500 / 800

Orange 36

Orange HL

C, I, P

9.5

7-8

320-500 / 160-260

Orange 43

Orange GRL

C, P

6-7

5-7D

390-590 / 199-310

Orange 64

Orange GL

C, P

5.5-7.5

6-7

390-535 / 199-279

Orange 67

Orange L

C

5.5-7.5

7

390 / 199

Orange 73

Orange RA

C, I, P

5.5-7.5

7.8

390-570 / 199-299

Red 2

Red F2R*

I

6-7.5

4-5

275/ 135

Red 3

Red FBN

C, I

5-6.5

3-7

350/ 177

Red 5

Carmine FBX

C, I

5-7.5

5-6

1500 / 800

Red 22

Fast Red RT

I

5.5-7.5

4-5

280-320/ 138-160

Red 38

Red BB

I, P

5-7

4-7

390/ 199

Red 48:1**

Red RT*

C, I, P

6-9

3-4

350-475 / 177-246

Red 48:2**

Red 2BP*

C, I, P

6-7.5

4-7

375-460 / 190-238

Red 48:3

Red 3RL

C, I, P

5.5-7.5

4-5

375-460 /190-238

Red 49:1

Red LB

C, I

5.5-7.5

2-4

260 / 127

Red 49:2

Lithol Red RB

C, I

5-7

2-5

260 / 127

Red 52:2

Maroon CM

C

5-7.5

3-5

460 / 238

Red 53:1

Red Lake C

I, P

5.5-7.5

2-3

350-475 / 177-246

Red 57:1

Rubine 4BP

I, P

5.5-9

4-6

325-500 / 163-260

Red 60:1

Red AZ

P

5-6.5

3-4

5000 / 260

Red 81:5

Pink GS

I

6-8

2-4

250 / 121

Red 112

Red FGR

I, C

5.5-7

6-8

320-570 / 160-299

Red 122

Magenta LDN

C, I, P

6-8.5

6-8

320-570 / 160-299

Red 123

Scarlet LDN

C, I

5-7

5-7

320 / 160

Red 144

Fast Red 3B

C, I, P

5.5-7.5

7-8

570 / 299

Red 146

Carmine FBB

C, I

5-6.5

4-5D

350-390 / 177-199

Red 149

Fast Red B

C, I, P

6-7.5

6-8

430-560 / 221-293

Red 166

Scarlet R

C, I, P

6-7.5

7-8

390-570 / 199-299

Red 170**

Fast Red FRK*

C, I, P

6-8

5-8

320-480 / 160-249

Red 176

Carmine HFC

C, I, P

6-7.5

5-7

350-520 / 177-271

Red 179

Maroon PLG

C, P

5-7.5

7-8

390-570 / 199-299

Red 184

Rubine FB

C, I

5-6.5

4-6

320-350 / 160-177

Red 188

Red HFS

C, I, P

5-7.5

5-7D

350-390 / 177-199

Red 208

Red HFB

C, I, P

5-7

6-7

390-460 / 199-238

Red 238

Carmine F5B

I

5.5-7.5

3-5

Red 242

Scarlet 4RF

C, I, P

6-7.5

7-8

392-572 / 200-300

Red 254**

DPP Red DB*

C, I, P

6.5-9

8

390-570 / 199-299

Red 269

Napthol Red PT

I

6-7.5

4-5

300 / 149

Red 272

Flame Red FP

C, I, P

5.5-7.5

7-8

390-570 / 199-299

Violet 3

Violet PV

I

5.5-7.5

2-3D

300 / 149

Violet 3:1

Violet SMA

I

6-8

2-3

300 / 149

Violet 19

Pink LBN

C, I, P

6.5-8.5

6-8D

330-570 / 166-299

Violet 23

Violet 4BN*

C, I, P

5-7

6-8

320-535 / 160-279

Violet 27

Violet D

C, I, P

5-7

1-3

240 / 116

Violet 29

Fast Bordeaux B

C, P

5-6

7-8

390-570 / 199-299

Blue 15:0

Blue BL*

I, P

6.5-8

8

300-390 / 149-199

Blue 15:1**

Blue 2GN*

C, I, P

6-8

8

390-535 / 199-279

Blue 15:2

Blue AFR

C

6-8

8

345-500 / 174-260

Blue 15:3**

Blue 3GN*

C, I, P

5-8

8

302-554 / 150-290

Blue 15:4**

Blue BFS*

C, I

5.5-7.5

8

390-500 / 199-260

Blue 60

Blue A3R

C, P

6-8

7-8

390-200

Blue 79

Blue CTC

I

7-8

6-7

350-177

Green 7**

Green YN*

C, I, P

5.5-8

8

390-500 / 199-260

Green 7**

Green BN*

C, I, P

5.5-8

8

390-500 / 199-260

Green 36

Cyanine Green 8G

C, I, P

5.5-8

8

390-500 / 199-260

KEY

APPLICATIONS: C=Coatings, Const=Construction, I=Inks, P=Plastics

Actual pigment samples must be evaluated in a laboratory on medium to be colored in production for accurate shade and physical property results. Shades shown on print material and computer monitors are for general reference only as they are inherently inaccurate due to calibration variations and technical limitations of monitors and printers.