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Leveraging on the assistance of our sedulous professionals, we have become capable of manufacturing and supplying a vast variety of Organic Pigments. The products offered by us include Alizarin, Anthoxanthin, Arylide Yellow, Bistre, Bone Char and Carmine. Our entire range is known in the market for its distinguished chemical and physical properties and variegated attributes like accurate composition, precise pH content & longer shelf life.



Alizarin

Alizarin



Over the period of time, we have attained proficiency in manufacturing and supplying a wide gamut of Alizarin chemicals. This type of chemical is the most general ingredient, which possesses a deep red color. Apart from this, these chemicals have certain parts that are part of the name for several related non-red dyes, namely Alizarine Cyanine Green and Alizarine Brilliant Blue. Clients can avail these chemicals at competitive prices.




Anthoxanthin

Anthoxanthin



Clients are facilitated with a precisely formulated assortment of Anthoxanthin. Anthoxanthin is a type of flavonoid pigment, commonly found in plants. Being a perfect water-soluble pigment, our collection is available in colors ranging from white or colorless to a creamy or yellow shade, found often on petals of flowers. Processed using high-grade ingredients and base chemicals, these products are rigorously tested by a quality analyzing team so as to avoid any kind of adulteration or adverse effect.




Arylide Yellow

Arylide Yellow



Our organization is counted among the trusted manufacturers and suppliers of a broad assortment of Arylide Yellow. Molecular structure of our range is composed of carbon rings that are clustered together with nitrogen, having chlorine atoms attached with the same. The asymmetrical arrangement of these products create variations in overall color. In the paint manufacturing industry, these chemicals are marketed by different names among which the most common one is Hansa yellow, which was created in Germany in 1909.




Bistre

Bistre



A broad assortment of Bistre chemical is being offered by us to the customers. Bistre is a chemical having shade of gray. Along with this, our range possesses a shade of brown made from soot. This chemical has also formed a name for a color resembling the pigment. Further, in appearance, Bistre is generally a dark grayish brown chemical, having a yellowish cast. Our products can be availed by the customers in well-sealed packaging so as to retain their original properties.




Bone Char

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Bone Char



Bone char is also used as a black pigment. It is sometimes used for artist's paint, printmaking, calligraphic and drawing inks as well as other artistic applications because of its deepness. Ivory black is an artists' pigment formerly made by grinding charred ivory in oil.



Carmine

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Carmine



Carmine is used in the manufacture of artificial flowers, paints, crimson ink, rouge, and other cosmetics, and is routinely added to food products such as yogurt and certain brands of juice, the most notable ones being those of the ruby-red variety.



Crimson

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Crimson



It is originally the color of the dye produced from a scale insect, Kermes vermilio, but the name is now also used as a generic term for those slightly bluish-red colors that are between red and rose; besides crimson itself, these colors include carmine, raspberry, ruddy, ruby, amaranth, and cerise.



Gamboge

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Gamboge



It is used to dye Buddhist monks' robes because the color is a deep tone of saffron, the traditional color used for the robes of Theravada Buddhist monks.



Hansa Yellow

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Hansa Yellow



Hansa yellow is not a modern synthetic replacement for cadmium yellow. While Cadmium paint is by nature, opaque, Hansa yellow provides a degree of translucence. It makes more intense tints and cleaner secondary colors in mixtures with other synthetic pigments when properly mixed.



Indian Yellow

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Indian Yellow



it is a magnesium euxanthate, the magnesium salt of euxanthic acid. It is a clear, deep and luminescent yellow pigment. Its color is deeper than gamboge but less pure than cadmium yellow.



Naphthol Red

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Naphthol Red

(Item Code: 2786-76-7)
It is produced synthetically by converting p-aminobenzamide into the corresponding diazonium compound followed by diazotation with 3-hydroxy-2-naphththoic acid (2-ethoxy)anilide.



Ommochrome

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Ommochrome



Ommochromes are metabolites of tryptophan, via kynurenine and 3-hydroxykynurenine. They are responsible for a wide variety of colors, ranging from yellow over red and brown to black. Lighter colors tend to be generated by ommatins, while mixtures of ommatin and ommins are responsible for darker colors.



Phthalocyanine Blue BN

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Phthalocyanine Blue BN



It is highly valued for its superior properties such as light fastness, tinting strength, covering power and resistance to the effects of alkalies and acids. It has the appearance of a blue powder, insoluble in water and most solvents.



Phthalocyanine Green G

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Phthalocyanine Green G



It is a bright, high intensity colour used in oil and acrylic based artist's paints, and in other applications.



Quinacridone

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Quinacridone



Quinacridone is a red powder. It is an organic compound with the molecular formula C20H12N2O2. It is used as a pigment; analogs bearing this motif are known as quinacridones.



Rose Madder

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Rose Madder



Rose Madder is the commercial name sometimes used to designate a paint made from the pigment Madder Lake - a traditional lake pigment, extracted from the common madder plant (Rubia tinctorum).



Rylene Dye

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Rylene Dye



Perylene dyes are actively researched in academia for optoelectronic and photovoltaic devices, thermographic processes, energy-transfer cascades, light-emitting diodes, and near-infrared-absorbing systems.



Tyrian Purple

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Tyrian Purple



Tyrian purple also known as royal purple, imperial purple or imperial dye, is a purple-red natural dye, which is extracted from sea snails, and which was possibly first produced by the ancient Phoenicians.







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Organic Pigments

Alizarin

Anthoxanthin

Arylide Yellow

Bistre

Bone Char

Carmine

Crimson

Gamboge

Hansa Yellow

Indian Yellow

Naphthol Red

Ommochrome

Phthalocyanine Blue BN

Phthalocyanine Green G

Quinacridone

Rose Madder

Rylene Dye

Tyrian Purple

Caput mortuum

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Triveni Aromatics And Perfumery Private Limited
Mr. K. K. Singh (Managing Director)
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