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Description for 2816: Inorganic Pigments

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 28: Chemicals And Allied Products

Industry Group 281: Industrial Inorganic Chemicals


2816 Inorganic Pigments
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing inorganic pigments. Important products of this industry include black pigments, except carbon black, white pigments, and color pigments. Organic color pigments, except animal black and bone black, are classified in Industry 2865, and those manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry 2895.
  • Animal black
  • Barium sulfate, precipitated (blanc fixe)
  • Barytes pigments
  • Black pigments, except carbon black
  • Blanc fixe (barium sulfate, precipitated)
  • Bone black
  • Chrome pigments: chrome green, chrome yellow, chrome orange, and
  • Color pigments, inorganic
  • Ferric oxide pigments
  • Iron blue pigments
  • Iron colors
  • Iron oxide, black
  • Iron oxide, magnetic
  • Iron oxide, yellow
  • Lamp black
  • Lead oxide pigments
  • Lead pigments
  • Litharge
  • Lithopone
  • Metallic pigments, inorganic
  • Mineral colors and pigments
  • Minium (pigments)
  • Ochers
  • Paint pigments, inorganic
  • Pearl essence
  • Pigments, inorganic
  • Prussian blue pigments
  • Red lead pigments
  • Satin white pigments
  • Siennas
  • Titanium pigments
  • Ultramarine pigments
  • Umbers
  • Vermilion pigments
  • White lead pigments
  • Whiting
  • Zinc oxide pigments
  • Zinc pigments: zinc yellow and zinc sulfide


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