ISELIN, NJ, January 20, 2003—New Engelhard Synergy™ Yellow 6225 pigment is a cost-effective alternative to other significantly higher-cost pigments in the same color space when used in plastic blow-molded bottles.
Synergy Yellow 6225 is a mid-shade yellow similar in color space to pigment yellow (PY) 191. It can withstand heat as high as 575 degrees F in most polymers and has very good color strength.
Synergy Yellow 6225 is the latest in the Synergy line of color pigments that bring extraordinary value to customers in the plastics or coatings industry. All Synergy pigments are designed to reduce costs for formulators in these industries.
The pigments represent a truly "synergistic" use of Engelhard`s expertise in surface chemistry and materials science to bring extraordinary value to customers. By leveraging these core competencies, Engelhard scientists optimize both organic and inorganic pigments for improved properties and reduced cost.
Engelhard develops and manufactures a broad line of products for paints, coatings and plastics, including special effect pigments, organic and inorganic color pigments, aqueous color dispersions, kaolin-based extender pigments and attapulgite thixotropes.
Engelhard is a surface and materials science company that develops technologies to improve customers` products and processes. A Fortune 500 company, Engelhard is a world-leading provider of technologies for environmental, process, appearance and performance applications.
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