White powder Inorganic Pigment Rutile Titanium Dioxide/TiO2 with
Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is an important inorganic chemical product,
which has been widely used in coatings, ink, paper making, plastic
rubber, chemical fibers, ceramics and other industries. Titanium
dioxide is a kind of white pigment.It is a polycrystalline compound
with regular particle arrangement and lattice structure. Titanium
dioxide has the lowest relative density. The production process of
titanium dioxide includes sulfuric acid process and chlorination
process.TiO2 has two kinds of structures: Rutile R and Anatase A.
The rutile crystal structure is compact, stable and has low optical
activity, so it has good weather resistance, high covering power
and achromatic power.
- R990 is an rutile titanium dioxide pigment produced by the sulfate
- It has high level of hiding power, gloss, durability, whiteness.
- It has a good dispersity and chalk resistance.
- Strong decoloration.
- It is a polycrystalline compound with regular particle arrangement
and lattice structure.
CAS No.: 13463-67-7
Physical form: white powder
melting point: 1830-1850 ℃
TiO2 content: ≥93.5%
Moisture 105℃: ≤0.6%
Water soluble Content: ≤0.3%
PH of aqueous suspension: 6.0-8.0
Oil absorption g/100g: ≤20%
Sieve residue (0.045mm sieve): ≤0.05
Titanium dioxide is widely used in paint industry, especially
rutile titanium dioxide, most of which are consumed by paint
industry. The paint made of titanium dioxide has bright colour,
high covering power, strong colouring power, low dosage and many
varieties. It can protect the stability of the medium, enhance the
mechanical strength and adhesion of the paint film, prevent cracks,
prevent ultraviolet ray and water penetration, and prolong the life
of the paint film.
Packing and Storage:
Packing details: 25Kg/ plastic-paper bag
Storage details: No decomposition at room temperature, but should
be stored in a cool and dry place. Keep away from hot, fire source,
avoid direct sunlight. Recommended storage and mixing areas have
good ventilation conditions to avoid inhalation. Transportation
according to the general chemicals.