Chrome Oxide Green pigments from CATHAY INDUSTRIES are a range of high-quality inorganic green pigments. They are produced to strict quality standard and offer reliable performance, including:

- outstanding light-fastness
- high opacity
- excellent chemical resistance
- exterior durability

From the micronized and standard grades to the construction grades, CATHAY INDUSTRIES provides a full range of Chrome Oxide Green pigments for different industries with diverse requirements.

Chrome Oxide Green pigments must not be confused with the potentially toxic “Chrome Green,” which is a blend of chrome yellow and iron blue that CATHAY INDUSTRIES does not produce.

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Titanium Dioxide pigments add brightness, whiteness and opacity to thousands of products, from household decorative paints and industrial coatings, to ocean liners, cars and steel-framed buildings, to computer housing, sporting equipment and printing inks. CATHAY INDUSTRIES offers two types of Titanium Dioxide for different applications, Rutile and Anatase.

CATHAY INDUSTRIES provides a full range of colors to the construction industry for asphalt, cement, tiles and other materials. Our construction grades are clustered into five series:

FERROTINT™ - basic pigment powder
FLOWTINT™ - free-flow pigment powder
CATHAYGRAN™ - granular pigments for automated dosage machines
Masterbatches - pelletized pigment for asphalt coloring

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Others: As one of the world leading high quality chemicals providers, CATHAY INDUSTRIES provides a wide range of pigments and also chemicals related to color industries, including plastisizers, defoamers, dispersants and also cement and other additives.

CATHAY INDUSTRIES' range of liquid pigment slurries for the construction industry is marketed under the brand name of AQUATINT™. These products are pigments dispersed in water for the coloration of pavestones, precast elements and other cement-based manufactures. AQUATINT™ liquid pigments are formulated to provide good storage stability, easy processability in the application and competitive costing.

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