Nigrosine Black Dye is a Black dye used in a variety of applications like Inks, Paper, Leather Dyeing, Wood Stains and Plastics.
It is available in two different forms - Water Soluble and Solvent Soluble.
Water Soluble Nigrosine Black Dye is a water-soluble dye that is used in aqueous solutions. This type of dye is highly soluble in water and can be easily mixed with other dyes to create a wide range of colors. It is also commonly used in the printing industry to produce black ink for newspapers, magazines, and books.
On the other hand, Solvent Soluble Nigrosine Black Dye is a solvent-based dye that is soluble in organic solvents such as alcohol, acetone, and benzene. This type of dye is commonly used to dye leather. It is also used in the plastic industry for masterbatches, as well as in the printing industry to produce solvent-based inks, also in Wood Stain and Shoe Polish
We have the below range of Nigrosine Black Dyes available with us.
Acid Black 2 Water Soluble, available in Powder and Crystal form
Acid Black 2 is used for dyeing paper products such as tissue paper, gift wrapping paper, and other decorative papers. It provides vibrant and long-lasting colors to the paper products.
Acid Black 2 is used for staining wood products such as furniture, flooring, and panels. It provides a rich black color and enhances the natural grain of the wood.
Acid Black 2 is used for producing high-quality inks for writing instruments such as pens and markers. It provides a smooth flow and deep black color to the ink.
Acid Black 2 is used in colouring of hides. It is widely accepted in the Leather Industry.
Solvent Black 5, available in Powder form.
We offer a high-quality solvent-soluble dye that is available in powder form. This versatile dye has a wide range of applications in various industries, including wood stains, ballpoint inks, coloring urea, shoe polish, and more.
Solvent Black 5 is an excellent choice for wood stains due to its excellent lightfastness and high solubility in organic solvents. It can be used to create deep, rich colors that enhance the natural beauty of wood.
Solvent Black 5 is a popular choice for ballpoint inks due to its high solubility and excellent color strength. It produces intense black colors that are fade-resistant and long-lasting, making it ideal for use in writing instruments.
Solvent Black 5 is also used as a colorant for urea, a key component in the manufacture of fertilizers and other industrial chemicals. It imparts a dark color to urea, making it easier to identify and track during the production process.
Solvent Black 5 is an important ingredient in shoe polish formulations due to its high solubility and excellent color strength. It is commonly used to produce black and dark brown shoe polishes that provide a high level of shine and protection. We are committed to providing our customers with high-quality dyes and colorants that meet their specific needs. Our Solvent Black 5 is manufactured using the latest technology and quality control measures to ensure consistent performance and superior results.
Solvent Black 7, available in Powder form.
We take pride in producing high-quality Solvent Black 7 that meets the needs of our customers. Our dye is manufactured using advanced technology, and we adhere to strict quality standards to ensure that our customers receive only the best products.
In the paper industry, Solvent Black 7 is used as a dye for paper coating, imparting a deep black colour to the paper surface.
Solvent Black 7 is also used in the production of leather, where it is added to give leather products black colour.
Solvent Black 7 is also used in Masterbatches.
If you are looking for a reliable supplier of Solvent Black 5 and Solvent Black 7, look no further than Alliance Organics LLP. We offer competitive pricing, timely delivery, and excellent customer service. We are a leading manufacturer and supplier of acid dyes, including Acid Black 2. Acid Black 2 is a water-soluble dye that is available in both powder and crystal forms. This versatile dye finds applications in various industries, including leather dyeing, paper industry, wood stains, stationary inks, writing inks, wood stains, and plastics.