ASTM D5098 - 16

    Standard Specification for Artists' Acrylic Dispersion Paints

    Active Standard ASTM D5098 | Developed by Subcommittee: D01.57

    Book of Standards Volume: 06.02


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    Significance and Use

    4.1 This specification establishes quality requirements and provides a basis for common understanding among producers, distributors, and users.

    4.2 It is not intended that all paints meeting the requirements be identical nor of uniform excellence in all respects. Variations in manufacture, not covered by this specification, may cause some artists to prefer one brand over another, either of which may be acceptable under this specification.

    1. Scope

    1.1 This specification establishes requirements for composition, physical properties, performance, and labeling of artists' acrylic emulsion paints.

    1.2 This specification covers pigments, vehicles, and additives. Requirements are included for pigment identification, lightfastness, bleeding, consistency, and drying time.

    1.3 Table 1 lists some pigments meeting the lightfastness requirements in this specification. In order to identify other pigments that meet these requirements, instructions are given for test specimen preparation. Test methods for determining relative lightfastness are referenced.

    Colour Index Name

    Lightfastness Category

    Common Name and Chemical Class

    Colour Index Number

    Acrylic

     

     

    YELLOWS

     

    PY 3

    II

    Arylide Yellow 10G, with option of adding the name Hansa Yellow Light, arylide yellow

    11710

    PY 35

    I

    Cadmium (hue designation), concentrated cadmium zinc sulfide (CC) (SM)

    77205

    PY 35:1

    I

    Cadmium-(hue designation), cadmium zinc sulfide coprecipitated with barium sulfate (SM)

    77205:1

    PY 37

    I

    Cadmium (hue designation), concentrated cadmium sulfate (CC) (SM)

    77199

    PY 37:1

    I

    Cadmium-Barium (hue designation), cadmium sulfide coprecipitated with barium sulfate (SM)

    77199:1

    PY 42

    I

    Mars Yellow or Iron Oxide Yellow, with option of adding the name Yellow Iron Oxide,
    synthetic hydrated iron oxide

    77492

    PY 42

    I

    Mars Orange or Iron Oxide Orange, synthetic hydrated iron oxide

    77492

    PY 43

    I

    Yellow Ochre, natural hydrated iron oxide

    77492

    PY 53

    I

    Nickel Titanate Yellow, oxides of nickel, antimony and titanium

    77788

    PY 65

    I

    Arylide Yellow RN, with option of adding Hansa Yellow RN, arylide yellow

    11740

    PY 73

    I

    Arylide Yellow GX, with option of adding the name Hansa Yellow GX, arylide yellow

    11738

    PY 74 (LF)

    I

    Arylide Yellow 5Gx, with option of adding Hansa Yellow 5GX, arylide yellow

    11741

    PY 83 (HR70)

    I

    Diarylide Yellow HR70, diarylide yellow

    21108

    PY 97

    I

    Arylide Yellow FGL, arylide yellow

    11767

    PY 98

    I

    Arylide Yellow 10GX, with option of adding the name Hansa Yellow 10GX, arylide yellow

    11727

    PY 108

    I

    Anthrapyrimidine Yellow, anthrapyrimidine

    68420

    PY 109

    I

    Isoindolinone Yellow G, tetrachloroisoindolinone

    NA

    PY 110

    I

    Isoindolinone Yellow R, tetrachloroisoindolinone

    56280

    PY 112

    I

    Flavanthrone Yellow, flavanthrone

    70600

    PY 138

    I

    Quinophthalone Yellow, quinophthalone

    56300

    PY 139

    I

    Isoindoline Yellow, isoindoline

    NA

    PY 150

    I

    Nickel Azo Yellow, nickel complex azo

    NA

    PY 151

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation) H4G, benzimidazolone

    13980

    PY 153

    I

    Nickel Dioxine Yellow, dioxine yellow nickel complex

    NA

    PY 154

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation) H3G, benzimidazolone

    11781

    PY 175

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation) H6G, benzimidazolone

    11784

    PY 184

    I

    Bismuth Vanadate Yellow, bismuth vanadate

    NA

     

     

    ORANGES

     

    PO 5

    II

    Dinitraniline Orange, dinitraniline (SM)

    12075

    PO 20

    I

    Cadmium (hue designation), concentrated cadmium sulfo-selenide (CC)

    77202

    PO 20:1

    I

    Cadmium-Barium (hue designation), cadmium sulfoselenide coprecipitated with barium sulfate

    77202:1

    PO 23

    I

    Cadmium Vermilion Orange, concentrated cadmium mercury sulfide (CC)

    77201

    PO 23:1

    I

    Cadmium-Barium Vermilion Orange, cadmium mercury sulfide coprecipitated with barium sulfate

    77201:1

    PO 36

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation) HL, benzimidazolone

    11780

    PO 43(DL)

    I

    Perinone Orange, perinone

    71105

    PO 48

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), quinacridone

    NA

    PO 49

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), quinacridone

    NA

    PO 60

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation) HGL, benzimidazolone

    11782

    PO 62

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation) H5G, monoacetolone

    11775

     

     

    REDS

     

    PR 5

    II

    Naphthol ITR, naphthol ITR

    12490

    PR 7

    I

    Naphthol AS-TR, naphthol AS-TR

    12420

    PR 9

    I

    Naphthol AS-OL, naphthol AS-OL

    12460

     

     

     

     

     

     

    REDS (cont'd)

     

    PR 14

    II

    Naphthol AS-D, naphthol AS-D

    12380

    PR 101

    I

    Indian Red, synthetic red iron oxide (bluish hue) 77491

     

    PR 101

    I

    Light or English Red Oxide, synthetic red iron oxide (yellowish hue)

    77491

    PR 101

    I

    Mars Red or Mars Orange or Iron Oxide Red or Iron Oxide Orange, with option of adding the name Red Iron Oxide, synthetic red iron oxide

    77491

    PR 101

    I

    Mars Violet or Iron Oxide Violet, with option of adding the name Violet Iron Oxide, synthetic iron oxide (violet hue)

    77015

    PR 101

    I

    Venetian Red, synthetic iron oxide (yellowish hue)

    77491

    PR 102

    I

    Light Red, calcined yellow ochre

    77492

    PR 106

    I

    Vermilion, mercuric sulfide (DL)

    77766

    PR 108

    I

    Cadmium (hue designation), concentrated cadmium-seleno sulfide (CC)

    77202.1

    PR 108:1

    I

    Cadmium-Barium (hue designation), cadmium seleno-sulfide coprecipitated with barium sulfate

    77202:1

    PR 112

    II

    Naphthol AS-D, naphthol AS-D

    12370

    PR 113

    I

    Cadmium Vermilion Red Light, Medium or Deep, concentrated cadmium mercury sulfide (CC)

    77201

    PR 113:1

    I

    Cadmium-Barium Vermilion Red Light, Medium or Deep, cadmium mercury sulfide coprecipitated with barium sulfate

    77201:1

    PR 119

    I

    Naphthol Red, naphthol

    NA

    PR 122

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), γ quinacridone

    73915

    PR 123

    II

    Perylene (hue designation), perylene

    71145

    PR 149

    I

    Perylene (hue designation), perylene

    77137

    PR 168

    I

    Brominated Anthanthrone, brominated anthanthrone

    59300

    PR 170 F3RK-70

    I

    Naphthol Red, naphthol carbamide

    12475

    PR 170 F5RK

    II

    Naphthol Crimson, naphthol carbamide

    12475

    PR 171

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation), monoazo benzimidazolone

    12512

    PR 175

    I

    Benzimidazolone (hue designation), benzimidazolone

    71513

    PR 179

    I

    Perylene (hue designation), perylene

    71130

    PR 181

    I

    Thioindigoid Magenta, thioindigoid

    73360

    PR 188

    I

    Naphthol AS, naphthol AS

    12467

    PR 190

    I

    Perylene (hue designation), perylene

    71140

    PR 192

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), γ quinacridone red

    NA

    PR 194

    I

    Perinone Red Deep, perinone

    71100

    PR 202

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), quinacridone

    73907

    PR 206

    I

    Quinacridone Burnt Orange, quinacridone

    NA

    PR 207

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), quinacridone red

    73900

    PR 209

    I

    Quinacridone Yellow Red, quinacridone red γ

    73905

    PR 242

    I

    Disazo condensation

    20067

    PR 254

    I

    Pyrrole Red, pyrrolopyrrol

    73902

    PR 255

    I

    Pyrrole Scarlet, pyrrolopyrrol

    NA

    PV 19

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), γ quinacridone red

    73900

     

     

    PURPLES

     

    PV 15

    I

    Ultramarine Red, complex silicate of sodium and aluminum with sulfur, or sodium alumino-sulphosilicate

    77007

    PV 15

    I

    Ultramarine Violet, complex silicate of sodium and aluminum with sulfur, or sodium alumino-sulphosilicate

    77007

    PV 19(DL)

    I

    Quinacridone (hue designation), quinacridone violet b

    73900

    PV 23 (RS)

    II

    Dioxazine Purple, carbazole dioxazine

    51319

    PV 31

    I

    Isoviolanthrone Violet, isoviolanthrone

    60010

     

     

    BLUES

     

    PB 15

    I

    Phthalocyanine Blue or Phthalo Blue, copper phthalocyanine

    74160

    PB 16

    I

    Phthalocyanine Blue, metal free phthalocyanine

    74100

    PB 22

    I

    Indanthrone Blue, indanthrone

    69810

    PB 27

    II

    Prussian Blue with option of adding the name Milori Blue, ferri-ammonium ferrocyanide

    77510

    PB 28

    I

    Cobalt Blue, oxides of cobalt and aluminum or cobalt aluminate

    77346

    PB 29

    I

    Ultramarine Blue, complex silicate of sodium and aluminum with sulfur, or sodium alumino-sulphosilicate

    77007

    PB 33

    I

    Manganese Blue, barium manganate with barium sulfate

    77112

    PB 35

    I

    Cerulean Blue, oxides of cobalt and tin or cobalt stannate

    77368

    PB 36

    I

    Cerulean Blue, Chromium or Cobalt Chromite Blue, oxides of cobalt and aluminum, or cobalt chromite

    77343

    PB 60

    I

    Indanthrone Blue, indanthrone

    69800

     

     

    GREENS

     

    PG 7

    I

    Phthalocyanine Green or Phthalo Green, chlorinated copper phthalocyanine

    74260

    PG 10

    I

    Green Gold with option of adding the name Nickel Azo Yellow, nickel chelated azo

    12775

    PG 17

    I

    Chromium Oxide Green, anhydrous chromium sesquioxide

    77288

    PG 19

    I

    Cobalt Green, oxides of cobalt and zinc, or cobalt zincate

    77335

    PG 23

    I

    Green Earth or Terra Verte, natural ferrous silicate containing magnesium and aluminum potassium silicates

    77009

    PG 26

    I

    Cobalt Green, cobalt chromite

    77344

    D185 Test Methods for Coarse Particles in Pigments

    D279 Test Methods for Bleeding of Pigments

    D387 Test Method for Color and Strength of Chromatic Pigments with a Mechanical Muller

    D476 Classification for Dry Pigmentary Titanium Dioxide Products

    D602 Specification for Barium Sulfate Pigments

    D1210 Test Method for Fineness of Dispersion of Pigment-Vehicle Systems by Hegman-Type Gage

    D1640 Test Methods for Drying, Curing, or Film Formation of Organic Coatings

    D3168 Practice for Qualitative Identification of Polymers in Emulsion Paints

    D4236 Practice for Labeling Art Materials for Chronic Health Hazards

    D4303 Test Methods for Lightfastness of Colorants Used in Artists Materials

    D4838 Test Method for Determining the Relative Tinting Strength of Chromatic Paints

    D4941 Practice for Preparing Drawdowns of Artists Paste Paints

    E284 Terminology of Appearance


    ICS Code

    ICS Number Code 87.040 (Paints and varnishes)

    UNSPSC Code

    UNSPSC Code 31211508(Acrylic paints)


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    DOI: 10.1520/D5098-16

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