BAYFERROX 318

CAS-No: 1317-61-9
EC NUMBER: 215-277-5
Molecular formula: Fe3O4

Bayferrox 318 is an iron oxide black pigment. 
Bayferrox 318 is delivered as powder and can be applied for the coloration of a wide variety of construction materials. 
BAYFERROX 318 is manufactured using the Laux-process which stands for high quality and application advantages.

Iron oxides and oxyhydroxides are widespread in nature and play an important role in many geological and biological processes. 
They are used as iron ores, pigments, catalysts, and in thermite, and occur in hemoglobin. 
Iron oxides are inexpensive and durable pigments in paints, coatings and colored concretes.

Bayferrox 318 M is a micronized iron oxide black pigment. 
High Performance Pigment products meet more than those owned by people and materials consisting of paints and coatings. 
BAYFERROX 318 is used also in the plastics industry Wood Plastic Composites unit. 
The product can be colored well balanced regarding dispersibility, applicable heat resistance, shade and strengthening power.

BAYFERROX 318 M is a micronized iron oxide black pigment. 
BAYFERROX 318 is a high quality pigment. 
BAYFERROX 318 is used in automotive coating, coating protection, decorative paints, floors and emulsion paints. 
BAYFERROX 318 M is also suitable for industrial coatings, plastic coatings, bone coatings and wood coatings.

Black color pigment for dyeing cement-based products. 
Bayferrox paints are high-quality, inorganic paint pigments for dyeing concrete and other cement-based building materials.

Micaceous Iron Oxide Powder is used for the manufacturing of cutting electrodes and has many distinct features like reflecting UV light, resistance of chemicals, long shelf life.

Powdered iron oxide is a black pigment. 
BAYFERROX 318 can be used to color a wide variety of building materials. 
The product is produced using the Laux process, which leads to products with recognized high quality and application advantages.

Iron oxide pigments are the most commonly used colored pigments worldwide. 
They come in the basic colors yellow (FeOOH), black (Fe3O4) and red (Fe2O3), but also mixed as orange, beige or brown tones.

The powder pigments are primarily used in the construction industry. 
Due to their chemical composition and structure, the pigments mentioned are insoluble in water and diluted acids, resistant to cement and alkali and absolutely weather and light stable.

Inorganic Pigments is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of synthetic iron oxide and chromium oxide pigments. 
The high-tinting-strength products in the high performance Bayferrox ranges are suitable for almost universal use in the paints and coatings sector. 
The pigments are characterized by their high level of quality and consistency and fulfill the highest sustainability levels worldwide.

The group of high performance pigments encompasses  Bayferrox iron oxide pigments with the crystal structures of  hematite (red), goethite (yellow) and magnetite (black) in  narrow specification limits.  
Intensive milling reduces the percentage of aggregates in the  pigment and increases that of the primary particles. 
Referred  to as micronization, this process results above all in better  dispersibility compared to non-micronized pigments. 
In the  case of red and black Bayferrox® pigments, the micronized  versions are identified by the letter ‘M’ following the product  number, and micronized Bayferrox® yellow types are identified  by the number ‘3’ preceding the product number.  
The line of high performance special pigments offers not only  tight color tolerances, but also additional advantages for use in  paint and coating systems, such as increased heat resistance,  improved flow behavior or avoidance of the silking effect.

Bayferrox 318 is an iron oxide black pigment. 
Bayferrox 318 is delivered as a powder and can be applied for the coloring of a wide variety of building materials.
Pigment Black 11

Pigments iron oxide production Bayferrox - Germany.
At the moment they are the highest quality pigments. 
The content of the main substance (iron oxide) is 98.3%.

Product from the iron-oxide process for the removal of sulfides from gases. 
In this process gases are passed over a mixture of iron(III) oxide and wood shavings. 
Liable to spontaneous heating. 

This heat may cause ignition. 
Easily ignited by sparks or heat from external sources. 
Used for precipitating copper or lead from solutions of their salts and in electric furnace steel operations.

Pigments are supplied as a powder, suspension or granulate. 
Compared to powder, suspensions and granules are better processed: they flow and do not powder. 
On the other hand, powder pigment also has advantages: Bayferrox 318 can be used universally and Bayferrox 318 is cheap! "compact pigment". 
Compact pigments unite the good properties of the forms in which the pigments have been delivered so far, namely:  They flow similarly to granules or suspensions and do not dust; They can be used universally and their price is just as affordable as the powder pigment Today, when we have compact pigments for coloring building materials, we no longer have to use powder pigments.

The starting point of raw materials for the production of compact pigments are powder pigments. 
By using a binder in the next production phase, the pigments are processed into a flowing material.
Compact pigments consist of particles with a diameter of 0.5 mm.

Persistence and Compatibility Bayferrox 318 are absolutely permanent colors for all uses in the artist's palette. 
Bayferrox 318 is compatible with all other pigments and can be used in all environments with good results. 
Oil Suction and Grinding Bayferrox 318 absorbs moderately low amounts of oil. 

The oil absorption rate is 10-15 parts by weight of linseed oil to 100 parts by weight of pigment. 
If the measurement were in grams, Bayferrox 318 would require 100 grams (by weight) of pigment to grind 10 to 15 grams (by weight) of linseed oil to form a hard paste. 
Makes an average drying oil paint and forms a tough, highly flexible film. 
Bayferrox 318 is an iron oxide pigment developed in the 20th century. 

Also known as black iron oxide, magnetic oxide, Pigment Black 11, and ferrous iron oxide (Fe3O4), Bayferrox 318 has no known health hazards and is considered non-toxic by an ASTM light fastness rating. 
Bayferrox 318 is more opaque and less toxic than other black pigments. 
Artists' paint manufacturers rated Bayferrox 318 as one of the most satisfactory black pigments for acrylic paints in terms of opacity, lightfastness, and durability.
Bayferrox 318 is named after Mars, the god of war and protector of iron.

This oxide powder has high color purity and contains ferrous metal derivatives.
Ideal for use in paint, plastic, coating, ink formulation.
When developed as a coating, this pigment does not bleed.
Bayferrox 318 is a UV resistant product, so Bayferrox 318 will not fade over time.

For applications where color is not a major player, the scientific properties of iron oxide pigments are where this component stands out the most.
Resistant to chemical degradation, Bayferrox 318s are suitable for security applications.
Being weatherproof means repairs or touch-ups are not necessary and your costs can stay low.
However, if you decide that color plays an important role in your finished product, this pigment will create a fantastic utilitarian, industrial look in building applications such as concrete production.
Bayferrox 318 is a recent development in modern pigments and was unknown to artists' palettes before the nineteenth century.

The source of Bayferrox 318 is usually from an iron ore called magnetite. 
Magnetite, also known as lodestone, is a ferrous iron oxide (ferrous oxide) that is heavy, black in color and opaque. 
Theoretically, black iron oxide contains slightly more ferrous metal than red oxide, but not as much as yellow oxide. 
The natural mineral may contain varying amounts of manganese, sulfur, clay and silica.

Bayferrox 318 are absolutely permanent colors for all uses in the artist's palette. 
Bayferrox 318 is compatible with all other pigments and can be used in all environments with good results.

Bayferrox 318 absorbs moderately low amounts of oil. 
The oil absorption rate is 10-15 parts by weight of linseed oil to 100 parts by weight of pigment. 
If the measurement were in grams, Bayferrox 318 would require 100 grams (by weight) of pigment to grind 10 to 15 grams (by weight) of linseed oil to form a hard paste. 
Makes an average drying oil paint and forms a tough, highly flexible film.

Bayferrox 318 is not considered toxic, but care should be taken when using dry powder pigment to avoid inhalation of the powder.

Processing of Bayferrox 318:
Compact pigments can be used in the same way as powder pigments. 
However, the dosing of compact pigments is simpler, because the binder in BAYFERROX has a positive effect on the rheological properties of the suspension.

Dispersion of Bayferrox 318:
The condition that the pigment can be used universally is good dispersion even in difficult conditions. 
We know that the pigment in the fine material is more difficult to disperse. 
In fine dry mixtures (mortar, plaster, silicate brick), the powder pigment is also difficult to disperse. 

Examples from practice show that compact pigments can be used in these systems without restrictions.
A comparative test was performed to mix the powder pigment and the compact pigment in the motor. 
We prepared the mortar in a laboratory mixer at a small number of turns and varied the mixing time. 

Castings were made from the prepared mass and allowed to harden. 
The criteria for evaluating the dispersing properties are the differences in the shade - delta E between the produced samples and one specially prepared cause in which the pigment is optimally mixed. 
Such reference causes are made with pigmenton powder and mixed for 120 seconds. 
Mortars made with powdered pigment and with compact pigment do not differ in color at all after only 20 seconds of mixing. 

Analogously, dispersion in dry mixtures for silicate bricks was investigated. 
If Bayferrox 318 is done in the usual conditions that we encounter in practice, Bayferrox 318 means that the mixing lasts longer than one minute, there are no restrictions on the use of compact pigments. 
Powdered pigment has no advantages in this regard. 

In such conditions, for example, granules are known on the market so farthey did not stir.
In the meantime, we have of course supplemented the described laboratory testing in practice by examining the behavior of compact pigments directly in the plants of mortar and facade manufacturers. 
Here, too, the compact granulate has been shown to disperse without difficulty even in the cheapest grouts.

Safety Information of Bayferrox 318:
Transport codes:UN12943/PG2
Hazard class code:36/37/38-67-65-63-48/20-38-11
Safety instructions:26-36/37/39-62-46-36/37-16
Marks:Xi,Xn,F
Stability/Shelf Life: Incompatible with strong acids, chloroformates, peroxides.
Precautionary statement(s):P210; P261; P273; P281; P301 + P310; P331
Hazard Statements:H225; H304; H315; H336; H361d; H373; H411

Bayferrox 318 is a micronized iron oxide black pigment. 

KEYWORDS:
1317-61-9, 215-277-5, BAYFERROX 105M, BAYFERROX 110, BAYFERROX 110M, BAYFERROX 111, BAYFERROX 120, BAYFERROX 120N, BAYFERROX 120NM, BAYFERROX 130

Manufacturing of Bayferrox 318:
Bayferrox 318 is obtained by heating ferrous sulfate to above 1000℃. 
Bayferrox 318 is derived from the action of air, water vapor or carbon dioxide on iron.

Uses of Bayferrox 318:
Plastics: Low temperature processed polymers and non-oxidizing processing conditions
Coatings: Liquid architectural and industrial coatings
Industrial: Cement and concrete

Bayferrox 318 is used in the following products: coating products, fillers, putties, plasters, modeling clay, non-metal surface treatment products, adsorbents, metal surface treatment products and laboratory chemicals.
Bayferrox 318 is used in the following areas: construction and civil works, formulation and/or repackaging of blends, and printing and recording media reproduction.
Bayferrox 318 is used in the manufacture of furniture, plastic products, chemicals, pulp, paper and paper products, mineral products (eg plasters, cement) and rubber products.
Further releases of Bayferrox 318 into the environment are likely to include: indoor use (eg machine wash fluids/detergents, automotive care products, paints and coatings or adhesives, fragrances and air fresheners), outdoor use and indoor use in minimally close systems release (for example, coolants in refrigerators, oil-based electric heaters).

Pigment in paints, linoleum, ceramic glazes; in coloring glass; as a polishing compound; in the textile industry; in cathodes; as catalyst.

Production of color concrete.
Production of paving slabs.
Manufacture of artificial stone.
Plastics production.
Production of architectural and small architectural forms.
Production of colored silicate bricks.
concrete.
Production of coatings.
Production of polymer-sand tiles.

First aid Measures of Bayferrox 318:
General advice: Do not leave the victim unattended.
If inhaled: Move the victim to fresh air.
Get medical attention if symptoms occur.

If not breathing, if breathing is irregular or if respiratory arrest occurs, provide artificial respiration or oxygen by trained personnel.
If unconscious, place in recovery position and get medical
attention immediately.
Loosen tight clothing such as a collar, tie, belt or waistband.
In case of skin contact: No special measures required.

In case of eye contact: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water, occasionally lifting the upper and lower eyelids.
If easy to do, remove contact lens, if worn.
Continue to rinse for at least 10 minutes.
Get medical attention if symptoms appear.
If swallowed: No special measures required.

Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed:
See Section 11 for more detailed information on health effects and symptoms.
Protection of first-aiders: No action shall be taken involving any personal risk or without suitable training.
Notes to physician: See Section 11 for more detailed information on health effects and symptoms.

Firefighting Measures of Bayferrox 318:
Suitable extinguishing media: In case of fire, use water spray (fog), foam, dry chemical or CO₂.
Unsuitable extinguishing media: None known.
Specific hazards during firefighting: No information available.
Specific extinguishing methods: Standard procedure for chemical fires.

Promptly isolate the scene by removing all persons from the vicinity of the incident if there is a fire.
Use extinguishing measures that are appropriate to local circumstances and the surrounding environment.
Fire residues and contaminated fire extinguishing water must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.
Special protective equipment for firefighters: Fire-fighters should wear appropriate protective equipment and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with a full face-piece operated in positive pressure mode.
Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures: No action shall be taken involving any personal risk or without suitable training.

Keep unnecessary and unprotected personnel from entering.
Avoid breathing dust.
Use personal protective equipment.
Avoid dust formation.

Environmental precautions: Avoid dispersal of spilt material and runoff and contact with soil, waterways, drains and sewers.
If the product contaminates rivers and lakes or drains inform respective authorities.
Methods and materials for containment and cleaning up: Pick up and arrange disposal without creating dust.
Sweep up and shovel.
Keep in suitable, closed containers for disposal.

Handling and Storage of Bayferrox 318:
Advice on protection against fire and explosion: Provide appropriate exhaust ventilation at places where dust is formed.
Advice on safe handling: Smoking, eating and drinking should be prohibited in the application area.
Hygiene measures: When using do not eat, drink or smoke.

Wash face, hands and any exposed skin thoroughly after handling.
Wash contaminated clothing before reusing.
Hygiene measures General industrial hygiene practice.
Conditions for safe storage: Store in accordance with local regulations.

Store in original container protected from direct sunlight in a dry, cool and well-ventilated area, away from incompatible materials (see Section 10) and food and drink.
Keep containers tightly closed in a dry, cool and wellventilated place.
Electrical installations / working materials must comply with the technological safety standards.

Materials to avoid: No materials to be especially mentioned.
Recommended storage temperature: < 80 °C
Further information on storage stability: No decomposition if stored and applied as directed.

Engineering measures: This information is not available.
Personal protective equipment Respiratory protection: Dust-protection mask if there is a risk of dust formation.
Filter type: P1 filter
Hand protection Wearing time: < 60 min

Material: Leather gloves
Eye protection: Safety glasses
Skin and body protection: Choose body protection in relation to Bayferrox 318s type, to the concentration and amount of dangerous substances, and to the specific work-place.
Additional body garments should be used (e.g. sleevelets, apron, disposable suit etc.), based on the task being performed.

Stability and Reactivity of Bayferrox 318:
Chemical stability: No decomposition if stored and applied as directed.
Conditions to avoid: At temperatures above 80 °C the product may become unstable and oxidise.
This generates additional heat which, under unfavourable conditions, may result in the combustion of flammable materials.
The product should therefore not be stored near heat sources.

Applications of Bayferrox 318:
Concrete Roofing Tiles
Construction material
Facade Elements
Fibre Cement

In Situ Concrete
Mortar
Noise Barriers
Paving Stones
Plaster
Screed

Agriculture
Asphalt
Ceramic
Ceramic Paints
Concrete Wall Blocks
Build
Construction material

Facade Elements
Fertilizers
Roof Felts
Sand-lime Brick
Handle

Physical and chemical properties of Bayferrox 318:
The spherical structure of the compact pigment ensures good flow properties. 
The powder pigment will stop the flow through the narrowed opening of the dosing funnel already during filling. 

Compact pigment, on the other hand, flows uniformly.
Experiments have shown that compact pigments work really well. 
The time required for emptying from the packaging was measured. 
Compact pigments show clear advantages over powdered pigments both in terms of discharge time and in terms of residues in packaging after discharge.

Appearance: black powder
Content Fe3O4: 90% min
PH value: 5-8
Intensity: 4.5 g/ml
Shadow: near standard
oil absorption: 10-20%
Residue 320 mesh: 0.3% max
water soluble: 0.3% max
VOLATITE 105 °C: 1.0% max
Coloring power: 98-102%

Appearance: Solid, powder
Colour: black
Odour: odourless
pH: 4 - 8
Concentration: 5 %
Melting point/range: 1,597 °C
Density: 4.6 g/cm³ (20 °C)
Bulk density: 300 - 1,000 kg/m³
Water solubility: insoluble
Decomposition temperature: > 80 °C

Description of Bayferrox 318:
Type: Black pigment
Delivery form: Powder
Chemical class: Synthetic iron oxide Fe3O4
Colour Index: Pigment black 11 ( 77499 ) 
CAS - No.: 1317-61-9
REACH registration no.: 01-2119457646-28-0000

Classification: iron oxide
CAS-No: 1317-61-9
Other Names: Ferrox, Micronized Iron Oxide, Inorganic Pigment
MF: Fe3O4
EINECS No: 215-277-5
Place of Origin: China
Class standard: industrial grade
Purity: 90% min
Appearance: black powder
Application: Paint, coating, construction material, paper
Brand Name: DIMACOLOR
Model Number: PBL-318
CINO.: 77499
Molecular weight: 232.6

Product Type: Color Pigments
Color: Black
Delivery Form: Powder
Molar weight: 231.6
Color Index: 77499.0000
REACH: 01-2119457646-28-0000
CAS (CAS Number): 1317-61-9
Packaging Format: Grades are delivered in different packaging materials.

Alternate Chemical Names of Bayferrox 318:
ABDOSCAN
ALPHA-FERRIC OXIDE
ALPHA-IRON OXIDE
AM 125
ANCOR FR
ANCOR FY
AQI 2199
ARIABEL SIENNA 300406
AX 1000
AX 3000
B 6
B 6 (OXIDE)
BAYER S 11
BAYFERROX 105M
BAYFERROX 110
BAYFERROX 110M
BAYFERROX 111
BAYFERROX 120
BAYFERROX 120N
BAYFERROX 120NM
BAYFERROX 130
BAYFERROX 130BM
BAYFERROX 130M
BAYFERROX 140
BAYFERROX 140M
BAYFERROX 180M
BAYFERROX 306
BAYFERROX 316
BAYFERROX 318
BAYFERROX 330
BAYFERROX 8010
BAYFERROX 8220
BAYFERROX BLACK 318
BAYFERROX RED 120FS
BENGARA CH 2-223
BENGARA EP 40
BENGARA N 45
BK 5099
BM 611
BUS
C 73
C 73 (CATALYST)
C.I. 77489
C.I. 77491
C.I. PIGMENT RED 101
CAPPOXYT RED 4437B
CAPUT MORTUUM
CAPUT MORTUUM LIGHT
CERVEN H
COLCOTHAR
COLLIRON
COLLOIDAL FERRIC OXIDE
COLOR MAT 220
CORONA 10863
COSMETIC RED OXIDE
CP 21
CROCUS
CROCUS (IRON OXIDE)
DEANOX
DEFIC-R 1007
DIIRON TRIOXIDE
DISPERSE HG 838
DPN 250BX
E 1352
E 333
E 335
E 335 (OXIDE)
EC 301
EC 371
100ED
EFV 100/200
ENGLISH IRON OXIDE RED
ENGLISH RED
EP-A 0014382
EPP 2000
EPT 1002
EPT 2000
ETHIOPS IRON
FELAC
FERRIC OXIDE
FERRIC SESQUIOXIDE
FERRIFERROUS OXIDE
FERRIFERROUS OXIDE (FE3O4)
FERRIX 8600
FERRO RED VX 3100
FERROBIONAT
FERROFLUID EMG
FERROFLUID EMG 705
FERROFLUID EMG 805
FERROSOFERRIC OXIDE
FERROUS OXIDE
FERRUGO
FINE FERRIC RED 35
FRO 3
FW 17134
FW 1790
FX 6410
40G
GAMMA-FERRIC OXIDE
GAMMA-IRON OXIDE (FE2O3)
GAMMA-MYD
GASTROMARK
GX 1104
ICI 35-4
IO BLACK 318
IRON FERRITE
IRON MINIUM
IRON MONOOXIDE
IRON MONOXIDE
IRON OXIDE
IRON OXIDE BLACK
IRON OXIDE RED
IRON OXIDE RED TRANSPARENT 288VN
IRON OXIDE, SPENT
IRON OXIDE, [SPENT]
IRON SESQUIOXIDE
IRON SESQUIOXIDE (FE2O3)
IRON SPONGE, SPENT
IRON TRIOXIDE
IRON(3+) OXIDE
IRON(II) OXIDE
IRON(III) OXIDE
JEWELER'S ROUGE
KBN 400
KFA-NH
KFH-NA
KM
KM (PIGMENT)
KROKUS
L 12
L 12 (PIGMENT)
LAMINOX F
LAUTAMASSE
LEVANOX RED 130Z01
LKN-M
LN 1331
LUCONYL RED 3396
LUMIREM
LUXMASSE
140M
160M
MAG 1730
MAGNETITE
MAPICO RED 297
MAPICO RED 347
MAPICO RED 567
MAPICO RED R 220-3
MAPICO RED R 516L
MAT 502
MB 22
MG 1300
MG 1306
MG 9300
MG-WMK
MG-WS
MICROSPIN RED
MIO 2F
MIO 40GN
MIO-KS
MION 37
MION 46
MMY 40CT
MO 2230
MO 4232
MO 4431
MO 7029
MO 8029
MTA 230
MTA 740
MTS 010
MX 450
NANOTITE 30
NANOTITE 60
NAT
NSK 500
NYB 40
NYR 60N
OLKZ
OX 8370
PFERROX 2228
PFERROX 2228HC
PFERROX 2380
PFERROX MO 2228
PIGDEX 100
PIGMENT RED 101
PM 1
PM 1 (OXIDE)
PM 1A
PM 1A (OXIDE)
PMZ
PRODORITE FILLER
PROTOHEMATITE
PRUSSIAN RED
R 1299
R 1299 (PIGMENT)
R 5098
R 5098 (OXIDE)
R 8098
RED 110M
RED IRON OXIDE
RED OXIDE
RED OXIDE 881-1045F
RO 8097
ROUGE
ROUGE (IRON OXIDE)
RUBIGO
S 2400 RED 2
SANGOL
SANYLENE BROWN 3RLM
SE-DBS
SICOFLUSH L RED 2817
SICOMET BROWN 75
SICOTRANS RED L 2815
SICOTRANS RED L 2816
SICOTRANS RED L 2817
SICOTRANS RED L 2915D
SICOTRANS RED L 2917
SICOTRANS RED NB-L 2817
SICOTRANS RED S 402
SIFERRIT
SM 200
SM 200 (OXIDE)
SPBL
ST 801
SURIK 2
303T
TAROX BL 100
TAROX BL 200
TAROX BL 500
TAROX R 516L
TAROX T 10A
TEFV
TEFV 200/300
TEFV 250/400
TENYO 501
TF 100
TF 100 (OXIDE)
TM 620
TMB 105T
TODA COLOR 120R
TODA COLOR 130ED
TODA COLOR 160ED
TODA COLOR 180ED
TR 420S
TRANSOXIDE RED 30-1005
TRIIRON TETRAOXIDE
TRIIRON TETROXIDE
TURKEY RED
VENETIAN RED
YLO 2288B
Z 250

Synonyms of Bayferrox 318:
B FE 318
BAYFERROX 318
Iron oxide Pigment 318

Iron oxide (Fe3O4)
Ethiops iron
Ferrosoferric oxide
Triiron tetraoxide
Iron ferrite
MO 7029
Ferriferrous oxide (Fe3O4)
Triiron tetroxide
Iron oxide black
FW 17134
BK 5099
MO 4232
MO 8029
FW 1790
Ferriferrous oxide
MO 4431;BM 611
B 6 (oxide)
B 6
IO Black 318
EFV 100/200
MG-WS
Color MAT 220
Ferrix 8600
Iron oxide
AX 3000
EPP 2000
Bayferrox 8010
TEFV
TEFV 200/300
Z 250
TEFV 250/400
Bayferrox 330
Bayferrox 318
MION 37
MION 46
Bayferrox 306
MG-WMK
KFH-NA
MTA 740
MTA 230
KBN 400
SM 200 (oxide)
SM 200
Ferrofluid EMG
Ferrofluid EMG 705
Ferrofluid EMG 805
Magnetite (synthetic)
EPT 2000
TM 620
E 335
E 335 (oxide)
MB 22
TMB 105T
Bayferrox Black 318
EPT 1002
Bayferrox 316
MTS 010
MG 1306
MG 9300
Tarox BL 500
Tarox BL 200
Tarox BL 100
MG 1300
EC 371 (metal oxide)
EC 301
SPBL
Ferroferric oxide
BL-SP
MAT 230
MAT 305
Tarox EL 100
EPT 5000
SM 350
HR 370H
EMG 900
TTR 840
SM 400 (oxide)
MX 030A
BL 10 (oxide)
BL 400
MTC 01
BL 100
BL 10
S 2
MTC 01 (oxide)
Nanotek Fe3O4
Z 250 (oxide)
MF 100 (ferrite)
MF 100
MTS 305
LP
LH
Ferrofluid EMG 707
MTH 009F
EPT 305
Bayferrox 320
B 2550
EPM 012S1
ABL 205
MAT 206
BK 45
Ferroxide 77
Colortherm 303T
HR 390H
EPM 0045F
ABL 207
BL 100P
MTH 310
MTA 710
EMG 805
W 11
Duploxide 88P
MGR 22
Spherox
Magnox B 353
Dittany B 77499
Ferrotec EMG 705
Tarox Black BL 100
Bayoxide E 8709
SM 350NV
MTS 106
Tarox BL 100P
Bayoxide E 8713H
Bayoxide E 8706
E 8706
Bayoxide E 8710
Bayoxide E 8708
Bayoxide E 8707H
Lohtragon FOX 222
Toda Brown 710
Ferronan 8501
Iron(II) diiron(III) oxide
EMG 705
SunPURO Black
BM 200P
BlackCap 1
Ferrofluid EMG 911
SOR-10-50
SOR-50-50
RB-BL-P
MGR 22K
EC 371
EMG 911
Colorana Black CM 4
S 320
S 320 (oxide)
TMB 100
Tarox Black BL 100P
AM 01
AM 01 (ferrofluid)
MS 0302
Rezovist
JC-HRM 01
Black BL 100P
Bayferrox 318NM
Iron oxide (Fe3O4) synthetic magnetite
CTD 7205
PMT 92
BRIJ 20
BP 303C
S 3308
TN 15
Magnetite Black TN 15
Fe3O4
Tri-iron tetraoxide (Fe3O4)
PuriMag 200Si-Epoxy
Lansco 8330
BP 50FL
Iron Oxide S
Bayferrox 4330
Jikang WF 50
WF 50
UG-F 901D
VK
 

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