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BASF’s new red shade yellow pigment offers the plastics industry fresh coloring opportunities for indoors


* Paliotol® Yellow K 1750 enriches BASF’s extensive pigment portfolio for plastics
* Cost-effective alternative to heavy metal pigments
* BASF at CAD RETEC 2013: Booth 1&2, Baltimore, Maryland, September 22-24, 2013

FLORHAM PARK, NJ - BASF today launched a new red shade yellow pigment, Paliotol® Yellow K 1750, at CAD RETEC 2013, the largest technical conference hosted in North America that is specifically dedicated to the color and appearance of plastics. With the help of a new chemistry patented by BASF, this organic pigment offers customers a cost effective alternative to heavy metal and diarylide pigments that can be restricted for use in certain applications. Paliotol Yellow K 1750 can also replace more expensive or over-specified color formulations and can help streamline a customer’s pigment palette.

“Part of being a reliable partner to the plastics industry is always working to develop new solutions in response to market needs,” said Florencio Topete, Business Director, BASF Plastic Additives. “The new Paliotol Yellow K 1750 is the latest example and is now part of our extensive range of additives and colorants. BASF’s product innovation, technical community, knowledge of regulatory landscape and global footprint that supports security of supply all demonstrate the added value we offer to customers.”

Paliotol Yellow K 1750 is designed for use with PO (polyolefin) and PVC (poly-vinyl chloride) plastic via extrusion or molding processes. It can be used for indoor consumer goods such as toys and packaging. The product sets a new industry benchmark with its coloring efficiency and technical features, including high color strength, opacity, excellent processing stability and high resistance to bleeding in water and migration.

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Paliotol® Yellow K 1750 is a registered trademark of BASF SE.

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BASF is a leading manufacturer, supplier and innovation partner of additives and pigments for the plastics industry such as ultraviolet (UV) light stabilizers, antioxidants and process stabilizers, organic and inorganic pigments, effect pigments, and other additives. For more information about additives, please visit:

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