Titanium Dioxide (TiO2), also known as titanium, is a white solid inorganic material that is stable, non-flammable, and poorly soluble in heat, according to the classification and marking system. The United Nations Global Compact (GHS) is not classified as a hazardous substance. Titanium dioxide, a metal titanium oxide, occurs naturally in several types of mineral rocks and sand. Titanium is the ninth most common element in the Earth’s crust. Titanium dioxide is usually considered chemically neutral. Titanium dioxide occurs naturally in several types of mineral rocks and sands.
Titanium dioxide for many years (about 90 years) in a wide range of industrial and consumer goods including paints, coatings, adhesives, paper and cardboard, plastics and rubber, printing inks, coated fabrics and textiles, systems Catalysts, ceramics, flooring, roofing materials, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, water purifiers, food colors and in the automotive industry and … have been used.