Titanium minerals

Titanium minerals are a common natural form of TiO2. Main deposits are found in Australia and Ukraine. LKAB Minerals handle Rutile, Ilmenite and Leucoxene.

Titanium Minerals product uses

Rutile, Ilmenite and Leucoxene are very versatile minerals and can be used as a protective coating for welding electrodes, in production of pigments, as filler in paints to increase whiteness and brilliance, and as a source of titanium for the production of titanium metals.

Titanium Minerals properties 

Titanium minerals have among the highest refractive indices of any known mineral.

Physical properties:

Mohs' hardness Rutile
Mohs' hardness Ilmenite

Titanium minerals standard grades

Our Titanium minerals are available in different grades. Please contact our sales experts for further information.

Titanium minerals packaging

Our Titanium minerals product range is available in paper sacks or big bags. Due to the products conditions no bulk solution is available.

Titanium minerals origin

LKAB Minerals Rutile is from West-Africa, Canada, Ukraine. Ilmenite and Leucoxene are from Australia, Ukraine, South Africa, Canada and/or China.

Titanium minerals toxicology

A non-toxic, non-hazardous stable mineral. You can download the Safety Data Sheet in the section on the right hand side for further information.

Please contact us for datasheets on a single grade or further information on our Titanium minerals product range. You can find our sales contact by choosing your country in the upper right expert box of this page.

Product expert

Leon Hendriks
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