Titanium Dioxide is well suited for microcrystalline glazesTime of issue : 2022- 09-02
Titanium Dioxide is well suited for microcrystalline glazes
Titanium dioxide, or titanic, opacifies a glaze by creating small crystals within it, so it's well suited for microcrystalline glazes, it is insoluble and melts at 3326°F(1830°C). Titanium dioxide's color response caries depending on the amounts added to the recipe. In small amounts (1 percent) it intensifies colors, in moderate amounts (2 to 5 percent) it mottles color, and in high amounts (6-20 percent) it mutes colors and mattes the surface. Titania also gives bluish white streaks when combined with copper. And it can turn cobalt to shades of green, one of the few cases when cobalt is not some form of blue.
Titanium dioxide accentuates the color of the clay body and in the presence of iron gives cream colors. When you buy titanium dioxide it's not completely pure, but has impurities of alumina, silica, and zirconium oxide. It has a moderate expansion and contraction rate and surface tension but is not toxic. Its high viscosity tends to stiffen the glaze.
Insoluble sources of Titania are titanium dioxide, rutile, and ilmenite (iron titanite).
Uses & Benefits of Titanium Dioxide ⅢTime of issue : 2022- 08-14
Ultrafine-grade, or Nanoscale Titanium Dioxide
Ultrafine grades of titanium dioxide are most commonly used in the following specialty applications:
Uses & Benefits of Titanium Dioxide ⅡTime of issue : 2022- 08-14
Pigment-grade titanium dioxide is used in a range of applications that require high opacity and brightness. In fact, most surfaces and items that are white and pastel, and even dark shades of color, contain titanium dioxide. Pigment-grate titanium dioxide is used in a range of applications, including:
Uses & Benefits of Titanium DioxideTime of issue : 2022- 08-14
Pure titanium dioxide is a fine, white powder that provides a bright, white pigment. Titanium dioxide has been used for a century in a range of industrial and consumer products, including paints, coatings, adhesives, paper, plastics and rubber, printing inks, coated fabrics and textiles, as well as ceramics, floor coverings, roofing materials, cosmetics, toothpaste, soap, water treatment agents, pharmaceuticals, food colorants, automotive products, sunscreen and catalysts.
Q&A for titanium dioxideTime of issue : 2022- 08-14
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has assessed the safety of titanium dioxide pigment as a color additive in food, drug and cosmetic applications, and as an ingredient in sunscreen products. FDA has also issued guidance clarifying the safe use of titanium dioxide pigment as a food colorant, and has stated that titanium dioxide may be safely used in cosmetics, including cosmetics intended for use around the eye.
What are the differences between pigment-grade titanium dioxide and titanium dioxide nanomaterials?Time of issue : 2022- 08-14
Titanium dioxide ,paints, pigment ,coating
Application of rutile titanium dioxide in paint industryTime of issue : 2022- 07-20
In the production process of paint and coating, due to the need to improve the hiding power, whiteness and coloring power of paint products, a large amount of rutile titanium dioxide is required to be added to the paint formula. Titanium dioxide plays an irreplaceable role in paint and coating.
Application of rutile titanium dioxide in papermaking industryTime of issue : 2022- 07-11
Titanium dioxide must be used in decoration and copier paper we see every day. Suitable for titanium dioxide paper, whiteness will be better, strength will be higher, and shinier. Although the paper is thin, it is smooth. When printing, the font is clear and does not penetrate.
Application of rutile titanium dioxide in Ink IndustryTime of issue : 2022- 07-04
What is the application of titanium dioxide in different inks?
Application of rutile titanium dioxide in coating industryTime of issue : 2022- 06-28
Rutile titanium dioxide has high refractive index and strong achromatic power. It has outstanding advantages in both hiding power and dispersibility.