Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is the most important white pigment used in the coatings industry. It is widely used because it efficiently scatters visible light, thereby imparting whiteness, brightness and opacity when incorporated into a coating.
Our products titanium dioxide is a universal product with the highest optical properties and good durability for interior and exterior applications. provides high gloss, excellent opacity and tint strength.
It is widely applied to various kinds of coatings, paints, inks, paper etc.
Specific gracity 3.9
titanium dioxide anatase
25kg/bag(plastic and paper compound valve bag)
package could be desigened as customer request.
ISO9001:2000/SGS/EU REACH test report
Tint reducing power, Reynolds number, TCS
PH value of water suspension
Residue on the sieve(45um mesh),%(m/m)
Oil absorption value,g/100g
Volatile matters at105·C,%(m/m)
Electrical resistance of aqueous extract,Ωm
- Q:The difference between thermal transfer ink and pigment ink
- Thermal transfer ink is printed on coated articles and chemical fiber clothing on the pigment ink waterproof and anti-ultraviolet coefficient is much better
- Q:Polymer lithium battery and lithium iron phosphate battery What is the difference? Which is better?
- Lithium-ion battery Negative is a carbon material, such as graphite. The positive electrode is a lithium-containing transition metal oxide, such as LiMn2O4. The electrolyte is an organic solution containing lithium salts. Usually lithium-ion batteries do not contain metal lithium. Driven by lithium ions from the positive lattice in the lattice, through the electrolyte, embedded in the negative lattice ...
- Q:What are the effects of primer, intermediate paint and topcoat in exterior wall coating systems?
- In the atmosphere corrosive environment of the external wall coating coating system is usually divided into primer, intermediate paint and topcoat.The main role of the primer is to lay the foundation on the substrate, the substrate has a good adhesion, with anti-rust performance The primer has a good wetting property on the surface of the substrate, as well as the osmotic effect, which enhances the adhesion to the substrate The main effect of the intermediate paint is to increase the film thickness and thus play a more effective shielding effect. The primer and topcoat in the exterior paint coating structure should not be too thick, so the middle layer is usually also a high-solids, thick slurry coating with a thixotropic variant, and the intermediate paint is also able to work well with the primer and finish Combined with the role of the machine, the car, the middle layer but also to make the surface smooth, is conducive to the topcoat. The most commonly used intermediate paint is the epoxy cloud iron intermediate paint in heavy anti-corrosion coatings, there is no simple intermediate paint concept , Many times the so-called intermediate paint can be used as a separate primer, and even as a glossy and aesthetic performance requirements of the top parts of the use of topcoat The main role is to prevent the external environment of harmful corrosive media, such as oxygen , Water vapor, sulfur dioxide and the chemical atmosphere of the same time, the beauty of the topcoat of the paint is now more and more attention, and sometimes also requires the outer layer of varnish, such as aliphatic polyurethane varnish, in order to get more For the dense shielding film.
- Q:Advantages and Disadvantages of Lacquer and Latex Paint
- Latex paint is only produced by regular manufacturers, are basically no toxicity.
- Q:Painting Instructions?
- Oils and acrylics are your best bet for painting on canvas. I've worked with both, and each have their advantages and disadvantages. Oils take FOREVER to dry. (Some take up to a week, even longer.) This is bad if you're impatient, but it's also good if you paint one day, stop, and then come back the next to finish. (Your paint will still be wet on your canvas AND your palette.) Oil paints are pretty toxic, so be careful when you work with them. Also, you'll need a mineral spirit/paint thinner of some sort to clean out your brushes. (Try to get odorless mineral spirits if you can. Either way, you'll still need good ventilation when working with oil paints.) If you want to thin your paint, I recommend using an oil painting medium instead of the paint thinner. It'll add some oomph to your piece. Acrylics are great to work with too. They dry pretty fast, can be thinned and cleaned up with water, and are quite a bit safer than oils. (They turn to plastic when they dry, so be careful not to get any on your clothing or else it probably won't come out.) Hope that helps!
- Q:What is the difference between dyes and pigments for plastic dyeing?
- Standing on the point of view of plastic color: dye I have a little higher coloring, but the stability is almost. Both are difficult to dissolve water.
- Q:How to make watercolor paint is not easy to fall off?
- Other need to pay attention to: to avoid high temperature and sunlight, avoid contact with water and chemical solvents, away from heat ~ dust ~ electrical appliances, to avoid collision, do not touch the picture. If the dust can be used cotton sticks or soft cotton cloth carefully clean up, if the light can be better to clean the surface of the water, but to dry in time.
- Q:What are the differences in dyes and pigments for fluorescent pigments?
- Pigments are mainly used in the presence of inorganic compounds. Colors are a kind of colored material that can be attached to various fibers and other materials directly or by the action of the mordant. Can be combined with the dye compounds, mostly organic compounds. Pigment and dyestuffs Pigments are a kind of fine powdery colored material, generally insoluble in water, oil and solvent, but can be evenly dispersed in it. Pigment is the secondary film forming material of paint, in the wood decoration process modulation primer, putty and wood coloring, but also often use the pigment.
- Q:what kind of paint should I use for a painting on wood?
- If you're working on natural wood, as opposed to a panel that has been specifically prepped for an artist, the most important thing to do is to sand down the surface after each layer of primer. You will get best results by using a Gesso acrylic primer, and giving the surface several layers (sand down your surface between each layer after the paint has dried). You can basically use any paints you want after that - inks, watercolours, oils, acrylics - you'll get different results with each, but any of those media could give you interesting results. I recommend experimenting on a small piece of similar wood, just to check what looks best.
- Q:What are the types of paint?
- According to the different functions, the paint can be divided into many kinds: waterproof paint, fire paint, mildew paint, anti-mosquito paint, and a variety of energy can be multi-functional paint and so on.
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