Precursor of Titania

Precursor of Titania
PUREti as Precursor of Titania
Emission control catalysts
Sol-gel coatings
Coupling agents
Self-cleaning plain glass
Zero expansion glass frit
Molecular sieve
Lubricant additive
Physical properties
Driven by the latest environmental regulations, chemical or power plants are equipped proper facilities ensuring the exhaust gas emitted under control. Various technology can serve the requirements and it is understood using PUREti titanates as precursor is commercially applicable for producing ultra fine titania carrier.

Similar technology is used by a worldwide electronic device producer. The ultra fine titania particles made by PUREti titanates are successfully used for multi layers ceramic capacitors.
Light metals are traditionally recognized difficult surface to be treated, such as aluminum, magnesium or titanium, which widely found on the latest electronic devices or even aircrafts. Sol-gel coatings can go beyond constrain of organic coating and provide unique performance. Hybrid with silicon and titanium, silicon and zirconium together with organic part is generally adopted for such special coatings.
Composite material formulators are always looking for the best coupling performance in their systems, so they can use less costive resins and more cheap fillers without sacrificing physical properties. PUREti titanates and zirconates are the precursors for titanium based or zirconium based coupling agents for various applications.
Photo-catalysis is fascinated feature applicable on construction glass. Through on-line coating process, PUREti titanates are carried by hot flow and sprayed onto the glass ribbon surface at more than 600oC. The organic part is immediately broken down and evaporated. Only a nano-grade titania thin film left on the glass surface, providing the self-cleaning performance and anti-reflection performance.
In order to produce non expansion glass against temperature fluctuation in the environment for the highest precision photo lithography processing, giant glass producer has invented the patented glass ceramics by using PUREti titanates as precursor.
The invention of crystalline silico-titanate inorganic molecular sieve is proven to cleanup the radioactive contaminants in sea water after the tragic Fukushima Daiichi disaster. The high selectivity of this molecular sieve can remove the harmful cesium from the waste water in the nuclear power plant.
Even automobiles are not only driven by gas today, the lubricant oil industries are still developing new formulations enhancing anti-wear performance. Among all the emerging developments by using alternative metallic compounds such as molybdenum or zinc, titanium based ones showing very promising results technically and commercially. The latest research also confirms the superior anti-wear performance with such titanium compounds by forming a nanoscale oil film on the engine metal and reducing less amount of ZDDP in the formulation.
Product Appearance Chemistry Ti Content % Density g/ml Flash Point °C Melting/Pour Point °C
PUREti TIPT Colorless liquid Titanium isopropanolate 16.8 0.96 41 Approx. 17.5
PUREti TNBT Pale yellow liquid Tetra n-butyl titanate 14.0 0.995 47 -40
PUREti BIPT Pale yellow liquid Propyl butyl titanate 16.3 0.98 42 -39
PUREti TEHT Yellow liquid Tetra 2-ethylhexyl titanate 8.5 0.935 >63 -49
PUREti NPZ Yellow brown liquid Tetra n-propyl zirconate 20.5 1.065 23 -70
PUREti NBZ Yellow brown liquid Tetra n-butyl zirconate 20.5 1.065 35 -70

M/P Point °C = Melting/Pour Point °C
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