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New titanium dioxide pigment expands application for printing inks

Friday, 17 July 2015

Kronos Worldwide, Inc. announces the introduction of a new titanium dioxide pigment for ink and packaging application.

According to the producer, "Kronos 2066” represents an improvement in pigment performance, while maintaining ease of handling and incorporation, and addresses the regulatory compliance challenges.

Improved opacity, gloss, wetting

The new grade exhibits better opacity, gloss, wetting and dispersibility compared to other TiO2 pigments in this category, Kronos promises. The pigment has the additional benefit of complying with requirements of US (FDA 21 CFR 178.3297) and Chinese (GB 9685-2008) that address the content of organic compounds in food packaging and films. 

The new grade has better opacity, gloss, wetting and dispersibility. Source: Kronos

The new grade has better opacity, gloss, wetting and dispersibility. Source: Kronos

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