TITANIUM DIOXIDE from TRONOX
Titanium dioxide pigment (chemical symbol: TiO2) is an inorganic white pigment found in an array of end-uses, including coatings and plastics, which account for more than 80 percent of global consumption. Tronox markets a range of titanium dioxide pigment grades, and our talented team of scientists works to enhance the performance of products in our customers’ current and future applications.
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TRONOX® CR-826 - TRONOX® CR-826 is a chloride process, dense silica alumina treated, multipurpose rutile titanium dioxide pigment grade that is used in coatings, plastics, and rubber applications.
TRONOX® CR-828 is a chloride process, zirconia alumina treated, rutile titanium dioxide pigment grade that is used in coatings, paper and printing ink applications.
TRONOX® 8300 is a chloride process rutile product developed for high performance PVC and polyolefin applications which require enhanced durability. TRONOX® 8300 offers bright white optical properties with a clean blue undertone.
TRONOX® CR-470 is a chloride process, rutile titanium dioxide pigment grade with hydrophobic properties that is used in plastics and rubber applications.