Rutile Grade Titanium Dioxide KWR-689

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The product design goal is close to the quality standard of similar products of foreign chlorination method. It has the characteristics of high whiteness, high gloss, partial blue bottom phase, fine particle size and narrow distribution, high UV absorption capacity, strong weather resistance, strong powdering resistance, super covering power and achromatic power, good dispersion and stability. The products made of it have bright colors and high gloss.

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It is packed in inner plastic outer woven or paper-plastic composite bag, with a net weight of 25kg, 500kg or 1000kg polyethylene bags are available, and special packaging can also be provided according to user requirements.

Chemical material Titanium Dioxide (TiO2)
CAS NO. 13463-67-7
EINECS NO. 236-675-5
Color index 77891, White Pigment 6
ISO591-1:2000 R2
ASTM D476-84 III, IV
Surface treatment Dense zirconium, aluminum inorganic coating + special organic treatment
Mass fraction of TiO2 (%) 98
105℃ volatile matter (%) 0.5
Water-soluble matter (%) 0.5
Sieve residue (45μm)% 0.05
ColorL* 98.0
Achromatic Power, Reynolds Number 1930
PH of aqueous suspension 6.0-8.5
Oil absorption (g/100g) 18
Water extract resistivity (Ω m) 50
Rutile crystal content (%) 99.5

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The pinnacle of quality:
Rutile KWR-689 sets a new standard of perfection as it is designed to meet or even exceed the quality standards of similar products created by foreign chlorination methods. This achievement is achieved through a meticulous and innovative manufacturing process using state-of-the-art technology.

Unparalleled features:
One of the distinguishing features of Rutile KWR-689 is its exceptional whiteness, which imparts stunning brilliance to the end product. The high gloss properties of this pigment further enhance the visual appeal, making it ideal for industries requiring a flawless finish. Furthermore, the presence of a partial blue base brings a unique and captivating dimension to the colored material, creating a sense of depth of unmatched visual impact.

Particle size and distribution accuracy:
Rutile KWR-689 stands out from competitors due to its fine particle size and narrow distribution. These attributes play a key role in ensuring the uniformity and consistency of the pigment when it is mixed with a binder or additive. As a result, manufacturers can look forward to perfect dispersion, which improves the overall performance and stability of the final product.

Shield element:
Rutile KWR-689 has an impressive UV absorbing capacity that provides strong protection against the harmful effects of UV radiation. This property is especially important in applications where exposure to sunlight or other sources of UV radiation is unavoidable. By shielding from UV rays, this pigment helps to extend the life and durability of painted or coated surfaces, making it a valuable asset in harsh environments.

The Power of Coverage and Brightness:
Rutile KWR-689 has excellent opacity and achromatic power, giving manufacturers a competitive advantage in reducing production costs. The pigment's exceptional hiding power means that less material is required to achieve full coverage, significantly optimizing the production process. Moreover, the final product exhibits bright and vibrant colors and an enviable luster, making it very popular in the market.

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