LOMON® LR-952

LOMON® LR-952 pigment is an alumina and phosphate treated rutile titanium dioxide pigment made by the sulfate process. It is specially designed and surface treated for decorative lamination papers that are commonly used in the production of wall panels and furniture. In paper making, it shows a high retention in the pulp. Its inorganic surface treatment is optimized for high light fastness in these applications so that the papers are resistant to color change.

LOMON® LR-952 pigment is also effectively used in printing inks for decorative papers and for the pigmentation of rigid PVC and other plastics for outdoor use.

Recommended Applications

  •   Decorative lamination papers
  •   Printing inks for decorative papers
  •   Rigid PVC and durable plastics

KEY FEATURES

  •   High retention in paper pulp
  •   Optimized inorganic surface treatment for high light fastness
Typical Properties
PARAMETER VALUE TEST METHOD
TiO2 content 89% XRF
Inorganic coating Alumina; Phosphate
Organic treatment Not present
Bulk density (tamped) 0.87g/cm3 ISO 787-11
pH 7.0 ISO 787-9
Specific gravity 4.0g/cm3 ISO 787-10
ISO 591 classification R3
CAS number 13463-67-7
Color index Pigment White 6

Safety

Good industrial hygiene practice should be used, generation of dust should be avoided. Please refer to the Safety Data Sheet for more information about how this product should be handled.

Food Contact

Customers should seek confirmation of compliance with specific regulations by contacting Lomon Billions.

Storage

This product should not be stored outside or exposed to temperature extremes or to moisture. To ensure optimum performance, it is recommended that the product is used on a first in, first out basis from receipt of shipment.

Packaging

Lomon Billions titanium dioxide pigments are available in 25kg bags and a range of flexible intermediate bulk containers.

Company Information

Lomon Billions is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange – Shenzhen:002601
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