Ti-Pure™ TS-6700

A TMP- and TME- Free Pigment Made With 100% Renewable Electricity.

Ti-Pure™ TS-6700 was designed to meet the emerging sustainability requirements facing coatings producers. This grade is TMP- and TME- free and made with 100% renewable electricity. Ti-Pure™ TS-6700 is produced with a bio-based organic surface treatment that brings together pigment performance, paint processing, and sustainability. It is manufactured via the chloride process and designed to deliver excellent opacity, high gloss, and outstanding durability.

This grade meets current as well as anticipated regulatory and ecolabel requirements for materials. Ti-Pure™ TS-6700 is a drop-in replacement for blue undertone TiO₂ grades used in waterborne architectural coatings and boasts excellent dispersibility and great weather resistance. For some formulations, additional processing and sustainability benefits may be achieved, such as reduced dispersant demand, faster wet-in time, and a reduction in grind energy. 

Features and Benefits

  • TMP- and TME-free
  • Meets current and anticipated Ecolabel and regulatory requirements for materials
  • Made with 100% renewable electricity
  • Improved dispersability may allow for faster pigment wet-in, improved speed of dispersion, reduced dispersant demand, and reduced energy consumption during paint manufacturing in some formulations.

Sustainability Properties: 

Product Sustainability Designations: Climate Impact and Health & wellness 

This grade is part of our Ti-Pure™ Sustainability (TS) Product. It is TMP- and TME-free and also uses 100% renewable electricity. In some formulas, this grade may improve dispersion speed, reduce dispersant demand, and reduce energy consumption during paint manufacturing.


Ti-Pure™ TS-6700 is best suited for interior and exterior architectural paints and durable waterborne coating applications.  For more information, please see the Ti-Pure™ TS-6700 Product Information sheet.

Package and Handling

The packed density of TiO₂ grades directly affects package stacking stability. For recommendations on packaging and handling, please see the safe handling guidelines for FIBCs.