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Xirallic® NXT T250-23 Tigris Blue

Xirallic® NXT T250-23 Tigris Blue by Merck KGaA, Darmstadt Germany is an industrial pigment. It is a blend of aluminum oxide (43-58%), titanium dioxide (39-49%), silicone dioxide (2-5%) and tin oxide (1-3%). It shows high chroma, color hues and sparkle intensity. It exhibits powerful colors, purity, brilliance and intensity. It provides exceptional sparkle and flop behavior as well as superior performance. Xirallic® NXT T250-23 Tigris Blue offers blue interference color. It is recommended for plastic applications.

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In the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico the performance materials business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany operates as EMD Performance Materials.
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Xirallic® NXT T250-23 Tigris Blue
Product Type
Special Effect Pigments > Iridescent / Interference Pigments
CAS Number
1344-28-1, 13463-67-7, 7631-86-9, 18282-10-5
Physical Form
Powder, Dry, free-flowing
Product Status
COMMERCIAL

Xirallic® NXT T250-23 Tigris Blue Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Particle Size
5 - 40 µm
(> 80% of particles within range)
Density
3.8 - 4.0 g/cm3
ISO 787-10
Bulk Density
25 - 29 g/100 ml
ISO 3923-2

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