Titanium Oxide, Barium Sulphate, Zinc Oxide


Titanium oxide

Titanium oxide

Titanium oxide is a white powder and its crystalline forms are classified into the Anatase type and the Rutile type. The characteristics are that it dissolves in hot concentrated sulfuric acid or hydrofluoric acid but not in other acids or in alkalis and that it has high chemical stability. Its melting point is high, at 1856 degrees Celsius, also showing high thermal stability.
Among white pigments, titanium oxide has the highest refractive indexes: 2.52 for Anatase type and 2.71 for Rutile type. This is why titanium oxide has very high hiding power and tinting strength. In order to mainly improve the qualities such as weather resistance, light resistance and dispersibility, particle surfaces are covered with hydrates of alumina, silica or zirconia. Currently, titanium oxide processed with organic substances to improve dispersibility is becoming mainstream. The dispersion speed is very high compared with other pigments.

Coating materials, printing inks, paper manufacturing, plastics, chemical fibers, rubber, enamel, glass with optical properties applied, use for capacitors, etc.

Barium sulphate

Barium sulphate

Barium sulphate is a white powder. It is physically and chemically inactive and is stable against water, acids, alkalis and solvents.
Barium sulphate is used as a filler for oil/water paints and acid/alkali resistant paints. We provide diversified types of barium sulphate to meet your needs in various fields.

Zinc oxide

Zinc oxide

Zinc oxide is known as a white pigment. It produces paints and enamel with vehicles that contain oil such as boiled oil, oil varnish, oil-soluble phenol, resin varnish and alkyd oil varnish.
Its coating film has the following characteristics:

1) Easy to dry
2) Solidifies rigidly
3) Not sticky
4) Does not recover the original state

Paints and plastics

Since electrolytic zinc with high purity is used as a raw material, zinc oxide has a wide variety of applications such as fluorescent varistors, arresters, soft ferrite, ceramics such as glass, metallic soap, non-carbon paper, batteries, chemicals, cosmetics, antibacterial agents, electrophotography, ultraviolet-absorbing fibers, ultraviolet-absorbing coating agents and catalysts.

Important Notices

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