Titanium Dioxide

Titanium Dioxide

50.00 - 150.00 USD ($)/Ton

Product Details:

  • Poisonous NO
  • Shelf Life years Years
  • Grade Industrial grade
  • Density 4.23 g/cm³ Gram per litre (g/L)
  • Molecular Weight 79.866 g/mol Grams (g)
  • Solubility Water
  • CAS No 13463-67-7
  • Supply Ability : 25000 Ton Per Week
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Price And Quantity

  • 50.00 - 150.00 USD ($)/Ton
  • 25 Ton

Product Specifications

  • Industrial grade
  • Water
  • 1,843 °C
  • 13463-67-7
  • 79.866 g/mol Grams (g)
  • 4.23 g/cm³ Gram per litre (g/L)
  • Room Temperature
  • Powder
  • 1,843 °C
  • years Years
  • NO
  • White solid
  • TiO2
  • 99%
  • Paints

Trade Information

  • Cash Advance (CA)
  • 25000 Ton Per Week
  • 7 Week
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India

Product Description

Titanium Dioxide

The production method depends on the feedstock. The most common mineral source is ilmenite. The abundant rutile mineral sand can also be purified with the chloride process or other processes. Ilmenite is converted into pigment grade titanium dioxide via either the sulfate process or the chloride process. Both sulfate and chloride processes produce the titanium dioxide pigment in the rutile crystal form, but the Sulfate Process can be adjusted to produce the anatase form. Anatase, being softer, is used in fiber and paper applications. The Sulfate Process is run as a batch process; the Chloride Process is run as a continuous process.

Plants using the Sulfate Process require ilmenite concentrate (45-60% TiO2) or pretreated feedstocks as suitable source of titanium. In the sulfate process, ilmenite is treated with sulfuric acid to extract iron(II) sulfate pentahydrate. The resulting synthetic rutile is further processed according to the specifications of the end user, i.e. pigment grade or otherwise. In another method for the production of synthetic rutile from ilmenite the Becher Process first oxidizes the ilmenite as a means to separate the iron component.


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