TRONOX® CR-828 Titanium Dioxide

Product Description

TRONOX® CR-828 rutile titanium dioxide pigment is a universal product
with the highest optical properties and good durability for interior and exterior applications.

TRONOX® CR-828 provides high gloss, excellent opacity and tint strength,
and a clean undertone.

Features

  • Good durability
  • High gloss
  • Superior hiding power
  • High tinting strength
  • Excellent opacity

Applications Highly Recommended

  • Interior and exterior industrial
  • Maintenance coatings
  • Interior and exterior architectural coatings
  • Solvent and water based coatings

Applications

Paints and Coatings
Water-based coatings Powder coatings
Solvent-based coatings Anticorrosive paints
Automotive coatings Wood coatings
Coil coatings Can coatings
Plastics Others
PVC interior Paper-Coated
PVC exterior Paper-fillers
PE/PP masterbatches Ink-Gravure
PS/ABS Ink-Flexo
Engineering Plastics Chemical fiber
General Purpose
General Purpose
● Highly Recommended 〇 Recommended — Not Recommended

Basic Information

Brand: TRONOX
Name: TRONOX® CR-828
Chemical Name: Titanium Dioxide (TiO2)
CAS NO.: 13463-67-7
ECOIN/EINECS NO.: 236-675-5
ASTM D476 Type II, III, VI, VII
ISO 591-1:2000 R2
Color Index: 77891, pigment white 6
Appearance: White powder
Surface treatment: Alumina, Zn*

Physical and Chemical Properties

Titanium Dioxide, wt%, min. 95
Average particle size 0.19µm
Density
Specific Gravity 4.1
Bulk 0.8 kg/L or 50 lbs/cu.ft
PH 7.4
Oil absorption 17
Specific Resistance, Kohms-cm 8

Shipping Containers

25 kg paper bags, or 1 metric ton (1,000 kg) flexible intermediate bulk containers

Handling and storage

The product is a kind of white powder which is safe, nontoxic and harmless.
Keep from moisture during transport and should be stored in a cool, ventilated, dry place.
Avoid breathing duct when handling, and wash with soap & water in case of skin contact.
For more details, please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet.

CAUTION

Do not use this materials in medical applications involving permanent implantation
in the human body or contact with bodily fluids or tissues, unless the material
has been provided