|Feature||Use No Hook|
|TATA Iron||( as Fe2 O3) 67-68 Percent|
|Matter Soluble In Water Percent||1.0 Percent (max)|
|Acidity||( as H2SO4) 0.15 Percent|
|Residue On Sieve||(over BS 240 mesh) 0.75 Percent|
|Volatile Matter||1.00 Percent (max)|
|Bulk Density||350-450 g/t|
Other Name: Synthetic Yellow Iron Oxide
Yellow oxide is a highly concentrated dry powder of the finest grade and is ideally suited for use in paints, rubber, paper, polishing rouge, ceramic, linoleum, wall paper, plastic asphalt,
cement colours, mosaic tiles and flooring. It is also plays a role in foundry core making and ferrite, which is used by the electronic industries.
Conforms to Bureau of Indian Standard Specification No. IS 44-1991
Free From Lead, Chromium And Other Heavy Metals
Tata Yellow is ideally suited for flooring and they have the best mobility with cement.
Resistance to alkali and light fastness are excellent
Tata Yellow furnishes the floor with a bright, shiny and smooth surface.
Tata Yellow is non toxic and non inflammable
Tata Yellow has permanent colour stability and resists fading.
Tata Yellow is highly apt for colouring of cement and mosaic floors, tiles, dadoes and plastic works colour wash.
Complete and careful mixing of the Tata Yellow colours and cement is imperative for best results. Tata Yellow should be mixed with grey or white cement in the proportion 1:3 or 1:4 (colour of cement), depending upon the desired depth of the colour- [Grey cement is recommended for deep shades and white cement for pastel shades].
Moreover, to eliminate the occurrence of patches and also to produce a smooth and uniform finish, the colorant and cement must be mixed in a dry state before adding water. The mixture has to be applied by trowelling. A 24- hour gap has to be maintained before curing is undertaken for setting.
For better results, it is necessary to prepare a homogenous mixture of Tata Yellow and Cement in a dry state before adding water.
The chore of mixing and application must be done by an experienced mason.
The dry mixture should be prepared just before applying it.
The wet floor surface must be protected from dust, direct sun light and damage of any other nature.
Use of chalk powder with the dry mixture of colours and cement must be avoided as it dilutes the intensity of the
Any contact between Tata Yellow and acids or acidic materials must be prevented.
Tata Yellow may be used for interior and exterior applications.
Buffing and polishing should be undertaken after the floor has been allowed to dry for a week. More time will ensure better setting.
1 kg of Tata Yellow, when mixed with cement in the ratio of 1:5 and applied so as to have a floor thickness of 1 mm, will cover the below mentioned floor area:
Tata Yellow 60 square feet
Packed in 25 kg laminated HDPE bags and 1 kg and kg HMHDPE pouch with liner.
|Packaging Size||25 kg|
|Packaging Type||HDPE Bags|