A lot has changed; our commitment to quality and reliability have NOT!
The past two years have changed to the way we live and work together. Issues, such as natural disasters, supply chain disruptions, and labor and raw material shortages have become the norm and it doesn’t appear to be changing anytime soon. Chemours Titanium Technologies has worked tirelessly—even shipping materials between plant locations—to mitigate supply chain disruptions for our customers, while providing a consistent, high-quality supply of Ti-Pure™ titanium dioxide. We’re committed to continuing that in 2022 and beyond.
We’ve missed you; Let’s reconnect!
Complete the form on the right to schedule a session with our team at the American Coatings Show (ACS) from April 5 – April 7.
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Not attending ACS this year? No problem, we still have a lot of exciting new resources to share! Register for our upcoming webinar and download our latest whitepapers.
Register for our upcoming webinar -Bargain Titanium Dioxide Isn’t Always a Bargain: How High-Quality TiO₂ Actually Reduces Overall Paint Costs
We all know that titanium dioxide (TiO₂) quality impacts paint appearance and performance, and that it’s also a key driver in costs. But the effect of TiO₂ on paint cost is more complex than you might think. The growing availability of lower-cost TiO₂ has presented many formulators with a quick way to decrease the upfront expenses when creating a paint. Producers of these bargain pigments offer a seemingly compelling proposition to formulators in the form of lower prices. However, these bargain pigments are not actually a good bargain. Despite the lower upfront prices, using low-quality TiO₂ can actually end up costing formulators more in the long run.
Join Chemours R&D fellow Mike Diebold at our upcoming webinar on May 10 at 11 a.m. Eastern time. Click here to reserve your spot.