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Abrasives, Adhesives, Sealants, & Tape are miscellaneous construction materials requiring a broad array of dye and pigment classes to meet chemical compatibility and physical parameter requirements. Our colorants can be found in resin-bonded colored sanding discs, pads, belts, sponges, rolls, & sheets, wood and tile adhesives, highly durable and flexible silicon & butyl-based sealants, and tapes for industrial, insulation, & HVAC duct-work applications. Our standard line of dyes and pigments for abrasives, adhesives, sealants, & tapes are shown below. We have many other water-based dyes that can also be custom-formulated into your unique product application.

 

OrcoSolve™ Solvent Dyes

Solvent Dyes are used in many different applications in adhesive manufacturing, especially solvent-borne or hot melt adhesives. The coloring is used for branding and product aesthetics, but also for a visual inspection of adhesive application and coverage, especially for clear or partial opaque type adhesives.

Shade

Index Name

OrcoSolve™

Specific Gravity

(g/cm3)

Light Fastness (1-8)

Yellow 90

Yellow GL-MC

1.560

7

Yellow 82

Yellow 2GN-MC

1.211

6-7

Yellow 33

Chinoline Yellow

1.87

6

Orange 54

Orange RE-MC

1.330

6

Orange 99

Orange R-MC

1.160

6

Red 24

Red 4B

1.180

7-8

Red 111

Red SBA

1.400

6-7

Red 119

Fire Red G-MC

1.189

6

Red 122

Red B-MC

1.330

6

Blue 35

Blue B 200%

1.400

7

Blue 36

Blue AP

1.250

7

Blue 70

Blue 2GN-MC

1.235

5-6

Violet 13

Violet IRS

1.350

6

Green 3

Green B

1.350

6-7

Green –

Green BYS-MC

1.396

6

Brown 43

Brown 2RL-MC

1.390

7

Black 7

Nigrosine NB Base

1.250

5-6

Black 27

Black RE-MC

1.743

6

Actual pigment and dye 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.

OrcoSperseTM Pigment Dispersions

Pigment Dispersions are widely used in the water-based adhesive industry for product identification, product application indication, and for color compatibility with other finishes.

Pigment Dispersions also play a major part in the branding and consumer interest for adhesives tapes and sheet media. In these cases, the Pigment Dispersion is usually applied as a coating or surface layer.

Pigment Dispersions are widely used for branding, wear indications and product characteristics for many abrasive applications, such as sanding discs, pads, belts, and bristle type abrasives.

Shade Color Index (CI) OrcoSperseTM

Light Fastness (Rating)
Blue Wool Method ISO105-B02 (1-8)

Hi-Temperature Stable
(60-90 sec)

100g/l 10g/l 100g/l 10g/l
No CI Fluorescent Blue G 2065 3-5 Heat Sensitive
No CI Fluorescent Green B 4010 3-5 Heat Sensitive
No CI Fluorescent Orange RN 9018 3-5 Heat Sensitive
No CI Fluorescent Cerise 6200 3-5 Heat Sensitive
No CI Fluorescent Pink BN 6027 3-5 Heat Sensitive
No CI Fluorescent Red FP 6003 3-5 Heat Sensitive
No CI Fluorescent Yellow GN 9026 3-5 Heat Sensitive
Black 7 Black 2835 8 8 Stable to 375° F
Blue 15:1 Blue 2GN 2025 8 8 Stable to 375° F
Blue 15:3 Blue 3GN 2010* 8 8 Stable to 375° F
Blue 29 Royal Blue RN 2008 8 8 Stable to 375° F
Green 7 Green BN 4009 8 8 Stable to 375° F
Red 122 Magenta LDN 6141 8 7-8 Stable to 375° F
Red 123 Scarlet LDN 2949 8 7 Stable to 375° F
Red 268 Scarlet 6019 6-7 5-6 Stable to 375° F
Red 269 Red OC-2 7 5-6 Stable to 375° F
Violet 19 Pink LBN 6032 8 7-8 Stable to 375° F
Violet 23 Violet 4BN 3030 8 8 Stable to 375° F
Orange 16 Orange 1697 3-4 2-3 Stable to 375° F
No CI Brown 8400 7 6 Stable to 375° F
Yellow 83 Yellow RN 9036 7 6 Stable to 375° F
Yellow 14 Yellow 9014 5 3-4 Stable to 375° F
Yellow 74 Yellow 5G Conc 7 6 Stable to 375° F

160g/l

No CI White SGL 8002 8 8 Stable to 375° F

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.

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