Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is an important inorganic chemical product with important applications in industries such as coatings, inks, papermaking, plastic rubber, chemical fibers, ceramics, etc. Titanium dioxide is a white pigment mainly composed of titanium dioxide. Its scientific name is titanium dioxide. The Molecular formula is TiO2, which is a polycrystalline compound. Its particles are regularly arranged and have a lattice structure. Titanium dioxide has the smallest relative density. There are two production processes of titanium dioxide: sulfuric acid process and Chloride process process.
1. High whiteness and strong covering power.
2. Hydrophilic and lipophilic products overcome the defects of general titanium dioxide that are difficult to disperse and precipitate in their respective dispersion systems, significantly improving their dispersibility and; Anti precipitation properties make your product more stable and satisfactory.
3. Strong weather resistance.
4. Good compatibility with other cosmetic ingredients.
The main application fields of titanium dioxide include coatings, plastics, printing ink, and paper making, of which coatings account for 60%, plastics 20%, and paper making 14%, while others (including cosmetics, chemical fiber, electronics, ceramics, enamel, welding rod, alloy, glass, and other fields) account for 6%.
Titanium dioxide is not only used as a colorant in the rubber industry, but also has reinforcing, anti-aging, and filling effects. Adding titanium dioxide powder to white and colored rubber products, it is resistant to sunlight, does not crack, does not change color, has a high elongation rate, and is resistant to acid and alkali when exposed to sunlight. Titanium dioxide for rubber is mainly used in automotive tires, rubber shoes, rubber flooring, gloves, sports equipment, etc., and is generally made of sharp titanium. But for the production of automobile tires, a certain amount of Rutile products are often added to enhance the anti ozone and anti ultraviolet capabilities.