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Chemours TS 6200 titanium dioxide grade for high performance exterior coating formulations

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Chemours™ TS 6200 is a super-durable pigment that has excellent dispersion properties, high initial gloss and exceptional gloss retention. Designed specifically for most demanding exterior applications, TS 6200 offers excellent gloss retention coupled with unique dispersing capabilities. It also provides the required performances in a wide range of coatings applications including powder and high performance liquid coatings: 

  • Unmatched exterior durability 
  • High initial gloss and exceptional retention 
  • Excellent hiding power 
  • Superior dispersion Cost reduction
Mike Diebold Presented By:
Mike Diebold

Length: 90 min

Why should you view this webinar?

  • How to benefit from TiO2's superior performances in your liquid and powder coatings formulations
  • How to clearly improve your long-term exterior results over the life of your coatings
  • How to reduce your costs by productivity improvements and energy savings

Who should view this webinar?

  • Paints & coatings formulators
  • Industrial powder coatings formulators
  • Pigment manufacturers & pigment fillers producers
  • Designers & water-based coatings formulators
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Mike Diebold Mike Diebold is an inorganic chemist by training, having received his BS degree from the University of Illinois and his PhD from Texas A&M University. Mike is currently a Research Fellow in Chemours Titanium Technologies, where he has worked for the past 19 years. His primary responsibilities including plant support, customer support and new TiO2 product development. He holds 5 patents and is author or co-author of over 40 papers in a variety of fields. His honors include an NSF pre-doctoral fellowship, a NATO post-doctoral fellowship and, in the coatings field, both a Stern Award and a Roon Award. He gave the Technical Focus Lecture at the 2003 ICE show, a Plenary lecture at the 2005 International Coatings Congress in Nuremburg, and has been an FSCT Distinguished Lecturer.

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