WHAT IS TITANIUM DIOXIDE

Titanium Dioxide, TiO2 as it is commonly known, can be a naturally occurring mineral, or synthetically produced. Titanium dioxide is a bright white compound commonly used in the food and cosmetics industries as a white pigment.

  • Synonyms: TiO2, Titanium Dioxide
  • INCI: Titanium Dioxide
  • Chemical formula: TiO2
  • CAS #: 13463-67-7
  • Hazard: Carcinogenicity, Category 2
    Hazards not otherwise classified – Combustible Dust

BUY VARIOUS GRADES OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE

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Titanium Dioxide 3328 USP BC
Titanium Dioxide RUTLE 2558 USP
ACH PW706 Titanium Dioxide

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Characteristics
AppearanceFine White Powder
OdorOdorless
SolubilitiesInsoluble in Water
Boiling point3000oC
Freezing point1843oC
Molecular weight79.866 g/mol
Weight per gallon35.0154 lb/gallon
ClassTitanium Dioxide, Titanium Dioxide Rutile Grade
GradesIndustrial, Technical, NF Grade

USES AND APPLICATIONS FOR TITANIUM DIOXIDE

Titanium Dioxide uses include general purpose pigment designed primarily for plastics applications, blow molding, blown film, cast film, injection molded products, pigment, plastic molding, plastics.

  • Personal Care: Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is used in a variety of personal care products, including sunscreens, pressed powders, and loose powders, as a UV filter or whitening agent. In lotions and creams, it presents low risk of exposure
  • Coatings and Construction: Titanium dioxide has resistance to discolouration under ultraviolet (UV) light in exposed applications. It is used in products such as paints and coatings, including glazes and enamels, plastics, paper, inks, fibres, foods, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
  • Plastic Molding: Titanium dioxide possesses non-flammable, insoluble and durable qualities. TiO2 ensure UV rays do no penetrate and damage the product and its appearance.
  • Pharmaceutical Industry: Titanium dioxide is used as pigment for pharmaceutical products such as gelatin capsules, tablet coatings and syrups
  • Injection Molding

QUICK ANSWERS

TiO2 as it is commonly known, can be a naturally occurring mineral, or synthetically produced. Titanium dioxide is a bright white compound commonly used in the food and cosmetics industries as a white pigment.

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Titanium Dioxide is available in bags of 55lbs quantities,

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