Titanium Dioxide Rutile and Anatase Grade Powder

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Product introduction: 

Titanium pigment called titanium dioxide is a kind of white pigment, with non-toxic, best best whiteness and brightness, opacity, is regarded as the performance in the world today one of the best white pigment, widely used in coatings, plastic, papermaking, printing ink, chemical fiber, rubber, enamel, ceramics, electronic ceramics, glass, alloys, welding wire, cosmetics and other industrial. 

It has Rutile type titanium Rutile (R) and sharp type (Anatase type A) two types of structure, the Rutile crystal structure is compact, stable, small optical activity, and good weather resistance, and have higher hiding power, decolorization, and therefore have A better application performance, get more extensive application

 

Main features:

 

Superfine particle size

Excellent dispersion

High tinting power

High whiteness

Titanium Dioxide Rutile and Anatase Grade Powder

Titanium Dioxide Rutile and Anatase Grade Powder

Packaging:

 Packed in 25kg PP/paper bag,22MT/1*20'FCL for rutile/anatase titanium dioxide/tio2 for high grade ceramics

 

Specifications:

Items

Rutile Titanium Dioxide

Anatase Titanium Dioxide

m/m TiO2 content%

94

  98

Tint reducing power European unit

180

100

Whiteness %

98.0

-

Dispersibility μm

12

-

Oil absorptiong/100g

20

26

105Moisture %

0.75

-

Specific resistance ΩNaN

9000

-

Solution in water %

0.3

0.5

Residue(45μm)

0.01

0.1

PH value

6.5-8.0

6.5-8.0

Volatile Matter(105D)

-

0.40

Titanium Dioxide Rutile and Anatase Grade Powder

 

 

 

Product introduction: 

It is white powder,non-toxic and tasteless,having the good chemical stability,without 

the surface treatment anatase products,uniform particle size.It has excellent 

properties of pigment ,grade gloss ,high whiteness and blueish hue ,water

 dispersibility and hiding power etc.

 

Main features:

 

Superfine particle size

Excellent dispersion

High tinting power

High whiteness

 

Titanium Dioxide Rutile and Anatase Grade Powder

Titanium Dioxide Rutile and Anatase Grade Powder

Packaging:

 Packed in 25kg PP/paper bag,22MT/1*20'FCL for rutile/anatase titanium dioxide/tio2 for high grade ceramics

 

Specifications:

 

 

ItemUnitTechnical indexTiO2 content (m/m)      ≥%≥98.0Color(to standard)    Not lower than L value%≥98.0Tint-reducing power  (TCS Value) ≥Reynolds number(With the standard than)% ≥1350 ≥110 Oil absorption     ≤g/100g≤21Volatile at 105°C≤%≤0.5Residue (325μm) ≤%≤0.07PH value  6.0-8.5

 

 

 

Titanium Dioxide Rutile and Anatase Grade Powder

 

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