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additives | TiO2


Right: Film producers require TiO2


products with high resistance to lacing


tion has been formed over the past 20 years, influenced by the world’s major producers - Chemours, Huntsman, Cristal, Kronos and Tronox. Other TiO2


the line of the top five manufacturers.” Plastics Type 1 includes grades characterised by special surface treatment using small amounts of aluminium compounds (or without any inorganic surface treatment) and special organic additives, which typically impart hydrophobic properties to the surface of pigment particles. These grade types have been designed for maximum processability of pigments in plastics, particularly for the production of high temperature cast films, in which the use of other TiO2


– concurs that current TiO2 demand in the plastics


industry is around 1.5m tonnes per year, around 25% of global consumption. However, he emphasises that characterisation of different types of TiO2


understanding the overall market for plastics and the companies that supply them. “We distinguish three main typesof TiO2


is important to for use in the manufacture of plastics,” says Gonchar. “This classifica-


manufacturers toe


grades is limited due


to lacing (a complex temperature-dependent process that can cause bubbles or porosity in the matrix). Durability of these grades can be described as low-medium. Plastic Type 2 includes grades characterised by special surface treatment using aluminium compounds and organic additives, which typically impart hydropho- bic properties to the surface of pigment particles. These grades has been designed for maximum pigment processability of various plastics, particularly applica- tions where the dispersibility of a pigment is a critical


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