Tytan™ TIPT primarily serves as a catalyst for esterification, transesterification, and olefin polymerization processes. Additionally, it can be selectively employed as an adhesion promoter and cross-linking agent for hydroxylic compounds or in the formulation of heat and corrosion-resistant coatings. Notably, it offers higher efficiency in its various applications.

Chemical Family: Titanates, Titanium Compounds

Reaction Type: Esterification, Olefin Polymerisation, Transesterification

Labeling Claims: SVHC Chemicals-free

Applicable Processes: Condensation Polymerization, Glass Fiber Manufacturing, Glass Manufacturing, Hydraulic Fracturing Applications, Methacrylic Esters Manufacturing, Plasticizers Manufacturing, Polyester Polyol Manufacturing, Polyolefin Manufacturing, Ziegler Alcohol Manufacturing

Synonyms: Isopropyl orthotitanate, Isopropyl titanate(IV) ((C3H7O)4Ti), Tetraisopropanolatotitanium, Tetraisopropoxytitanium, Tetraisopropoxytitanium(IV), Tetraisopropyl orthotitanate, Tetraisopropyl titanate, Tetrakis(isopropanolato)titanium, Tetrakis(isopropoxide)titanium, Tetrakis(isopropoxy)titanium, Tetrakis(isopropylato)titanium(IV), Tetrakis(isopropyloxy)titanium, TIPT, Titanium isopropoxide, Titanium isopropylate, Titanium tetraisopropoxide, Titanium tetraisopropylate, Titanium tetrakis(iso-propoxide), Titanium tetrakis(isopropoxide), Titanium(4+) isopropoxide, Titanium(IV) isopropoxide

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Identification & Functionality

Features & Benefits

Labeling Claims
CASE Ingredients Features
Industrial Additives Features
Product Benefits
  • High Ti-content and reactivity
  • Higher efficiency

Applications & Uses

Markets
Applications
Applicable Processes
Compatible Polymers & Resins
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Cure Method
Coating End Applications
Industrial Additives End Use
Product Applications
  • Tytan™ TIPT is a very reactive primary titanate that will hydrolyse immediately in contact with moisture.
  • Tytan™ TIPT is mainly used as catalyst for esterification, trans-esterification and olefin polymerization.
  • Tytan™ TIPT can also be used selectively as an adhesion promoting and cross-linking agent for hydroxylic compounds or heat and corrosion resistant coatings.
  • Tytan™ TIPT is most suitable for use in the glass and glass fibre manufacturing. Tytan™ TIPT can only be used as an additive to solvent based products.
Suitability
  • Plasticizer, Alpha olefin, Polyolefin, Ziegler alcohol
  • Polycondensation

Properties

Color
Physical Form
Appearance
Clear pale yellow liquid
Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Viscosity (at 25°C)3.0mPa.s-
Flash Pointmin. 46°C-
Initial Boiling Point240.0°C-
Melting Pointapprox 17.5°C-
Density (at 25°C)0.960g/ml
Specifications
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Color0 - 100APHAHQP-806-1*
Titanium Content16.5 - 16.9%HQP-801-1*
As Titanium Dioxide Content27.5 - 28.2%-
Specific Gravity (d₄²⁵)0.95 - 0.97-HQP-803-1*
Chlorides0 - 50ppmHQP-802-1*
Note

* Colour is measured ex-work and will age over the time.

Regulatory & Compliance

Technical Details & Test Data

Preparation of Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate various catalysts at 200°C


This graph shows the influence on reaction rate of various catalysts at 200°C. Sulphuric acid is the most active, but at this temperature it causes significant charring of the reaction mixture. Methane sulphonic and p-toluene sulphonic acids also give a faster rate than titanates initially, but they are overtaken by the titanates later in the reaction and take much longer to reach 99% conversion. The tin compounds, stannous octoate and dibutyltin oxide, are considerably less cost-effective than any of the other catalysts.

Preparation of Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate various catalysts at 220°C


Raising the reaction temperature to 220°C increases the effectiveness of the titanates more than that of the acid catalysts. Figure 2 shows that the "cross-over point" for TYTAN TIPT and methane sulphonic and p-toluene sulphonic acids is at 40-65% conversion compared with 83-93% at 200°C

Preparation of Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate. Effect of temperature on TYTAN TIPT activity


The effect of temperature on the performance of Tytan™ TIPT is demonstrated more fully in Figure 3. Increasing the temperature from 180°C to 200°C gives a 50% decrease in the time required to reach 99.5% conversion. On raising the temperature from 200°C to 220°C there is again a 50% reduction in reaction time up to about 90% conversion, but at 99.5% conversion the time saving is only about 35%.

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Packaging Information
Packing Size
25 Liter (Kg) 200 Liter (Kg)

IBC 1000 Liter (Kg)

20 190 950