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    Titanium(IV)_oxide

    Titanium Dioxide Anatase Grade

    titaniumA vital ingredient for diverse industrial applications, Titanium Dioxide is the most commonly-used white pigment in the world. More than four million tonnes are used annually for a variety of industrial applications like manufacturing of Paint, Rubber,  Paper, Detergents, Cosmetics, Printing Inks, Textiles, Plastics  among other products.

     

    Titanium Dioxide is produced from Ilmenite, a mineral found   in rich abundance in beach sands and hard rock. This material is treated to produce the Titanium Dioxide which is then milled to produce fine particles. A white powder that makes it possible to render true-to-life colours.

     
    APPLICATION
    • Paints
    • Rubber
    • Paper

    Titanium Dioxide Rutile Grade

    rutile

    This product is an aluminium and silicon surface treated rutile titanium dioxide pigment which is designed to deliver excellent gloss and hiding power, non- chalking and ease for dispersion for PVC coating and paint industry.

    Grades:-

    There are various grades and qualities available in rutile grade

    Such as R1 , R2 , R6 , R7

    Application:-

    • Powder Coating (R1)
    • Oil base Matt Paint (R1)
    • PVC  Rigid Product(R1)
    • Oil base Paint (R2)
    • Engineering Polymers ( R6)
    • Polythene ( R6)
    • High Class Paint Ink (R7)
    • Paper Industry (R7)

    Lithopone

     

    Lithopone is a white pigment consisting of a mixture of barium sulfate and zinc sulfide. It is used in interior paints and in some enamels.[1] It is widely used for white paint.

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