Solvent Dyes for Plastics
The solvent dyes refer to the dye being insoluble in water but soluble in an organic solvent.
Solvent dye powder are used to color organic solvents, hydrocarbon fuels, oil, waxes, lubricants, plastics, ink, coatings, and resin.
Solvent dyes can be divided into oil & wax soluble which are mainly used for fuels and resin coloring, and solvent-soluble deys which are mainly used for ink, and plastics colouring.
Baoxu offer a wide range of solvent dyes including solvent blue, black, green, orange, red, yellow, and violet. Click on to check product details, contact us if need a sample or inquiry.
- solvent red: 23, 24, 25, 41, 52, 111, 135, 146, 149, 168, 179, 195, 196, 197, 207
- solvent yellow: 14, 16, 54, 93, 98, 114, 147, 157, 160:1, 163, 176
- solvent blue: 35, 36, 67, 78, 97, 104, 122
- solvent violet: 13, 26, 31, 36, 37,
- solvent orange: 14, 60, 63, 107
- solvent green: 3, 5, 28
|Product name||C.I.Index||Synonyms||CAS number|
|Black 3||SBL 3||Oil Black H3B||4197-25-5|
|Blue 104||SB 104||Blue 2B||116-75-6|
|Blue 122||SB 122||Blue R||67905-17-3|
|Blue 35||SB 35||Blue 2N||12226-78-7|
|Blue 36||SB 36||Blue AP||14233-37-5|
|Blue 67||SB 67||Blue G||12226-78-7|
|Blue 78||SB 78||Blue GP||2475-44-7|
|Blue 97||SB 97||Blue RR||70956-30-23|
|Green 28||SG 28||Green G||71839-01-5|
|Green 3||SG 3||Green 5B||128-80-3|
|Green 5||SG 5||Yellow 8G||128-80-5|
|Orange 107||SO 107||Orange R||5718-26-3|
|Orange 14||SO 14||Orange EP||6367-70-3|
|Orange 60||SO 60||Orange 3G||6925-69-5|
|Orange 63||SO 63||Orange GG||16294-75-0|
|Red 111||SR 111||Red GS||82-38-2|
|Red 135||SR 135||Red EG||20749-68-2|
|Red 146||SR 146||Red FB||70956-30-8|
|Red 149||SR 149||Red HFG||71902-18-6|
|Red 23||SR 23||Red HRR||85-86-9|
|Red 168||SR 168||Red KLB||71832-19-4|
|Red 179||SR 179||Red E2G||6829-22-7|
|Red 195||SR 195||Red 2B||164251-88-1|
|Red 196||SR 196||Red BK||52372-36-8|
|Red 197||SR 197||Red GK||52372-36-8|
|Red 207||SR 207||Red FBR, FRL||15958-68-6|
|Red 24||SR 24||Red BR||85-83-6|
|Red 25||SR 25||Red B||3176-79-2|
|Red 41||SR 41||Red 5B||522-75-8|
|Red 52||SR 52||Red HL5B||81-39-0|
|Violet 13||SV 13||Violet B||81-48-1|
|Violet 26||SV 26||Violet R||61951-89-1|
|Violet 31||SV 31||Violet RR||70956-27-3|
|Violet 36||SV 36||Violet 3R||61951-89-1|
|Violet 37||SV 37||Violet FBL||61969-50-4|
|Yellow 114||SY 114||Yellow 2G, Disperse 54||75216-45-4|
|Yellow 14||SY 14||Yellow R||842-07-9|
|Yellow 16||SY 16||Yellow 4G||4314-14-1|
|Explanation of DataColor Shade|
All organic pigment shades shown here are based on a full shade concentration of 0.2% pigment. In the white reductions, the illustrations are based on the respective pigment concentration to achieve 1/3 ISD based on 5% TiO2.
Heat resistance (HDPE)
Resistance to heat was tested according to DIN EN 12877 at SD Vs with 1 % titanium dioxide in the injection molding process. The values quoted are the temperature in °C at which, after a dwell time of 5 min, a color change equivalent to an AE*ab = 3 (DIN 6174) is obtained.
Light Fastness (HDPE和PVC-p)
Light fastness was determined using Xenon lamp exposure tests in accordance with the equivalent test methods ISO 4892-2 or ISO 105-B02. The samples were assessed against the 1–8 Blue Wool Scale as described in ISO 105-B02, Blue Wool 8 denoting the highest light fastness.
Migration resistance was determined in accordance with DIN 53775 by direct contact between the colored test sheet and a white, flexible PVC contact sheet. The staining of the contact sheet was assessed using the ISO 105-A03 grayscale (GS) for assessing staining, with GS 5 denoting no migration.
Light fastness was determined using Xenon lamp exposure tests in accordance with the equivalent test methods ISO 4892-2 or ISO 105-B02.The samples were assessed against the 1–8 Blue Wool Scale as described in ISO 105-B02, Blue Wool 8 denoting the highest light fastness
The influence on the warping tendency of injection-molded HDPE articles was determined in accordance with ISO 294-4/ASTM D955. Warping tendency was assessed by Low, High and not tested.