Ultramarine Blue Pigments

Ultramarine Blue is Synthetic Inorganic. It is a blue pigment of sodium aluminosilicate containing sulphur. It is prepared by heating kaolin, sodium carbonate, sulphur and other inexpensive ingredients together. It is heat and alkali resistant. It is used for optical whiteness in plastics, rubber, inks, paints, cosmetics, detergents, cement, textile and paper. Being a consumer product, Ultramarine is used for brightening the white cotton cloth after washing and to provide blue color and brightness to plastics and rubber used in the industries. It acts as a brightening agent in white washing and is the only ultramarine blue pigment that does not fade under sunlight or heat (UPTO 350 DEGREES).

Its Product range includes:-
a) Ultramarine Blue
b) Ultramarine Violet
c) Bismuth Vandate
d) Mixed Metal Oxides

About Ultramarine & Pigments Ltd

UPL has been offering quality products with excellent technological expertise throughout its FIFTY years of history. It is a public limited company of indian origin having two plants, one at Chennai and the other at Ranipet, Tamil Nadu. It specializes in the manufacture of inorganic pigments and organic surfactants with an international quality standard equivalent to those of the global leaders. UPL is a manufacturer of inorganic pigments, offers a variety of ultramarine blues and violets. in addition to our standard grades, we customize our products based on market requirements, like shade, strength, dispersibility, sulphur content, particle size, moisture content, acid resistance, etc.

For more information visit our website
www.ultramarinepigments.net