Tyzor® 9000

Tyzor® 9000 is a reactive alkoxy titanate that is used as a reaction catalyst for esterification reactions and as a cross linking agent in coatings.
Product Overview
Tyzor® 9000 is a 100% active, moisture sensitive alkoxy titanate. It is commonly used to cross link polymers that contain hydroxyl or carboxyl functionality. In coating applications this leads to increased hardness, heat resistance, and chemical resistance of cured films. Tyzor® 9000 is also used to form polymeric titanium dioxide films on surfaces. As a catalyst Tyzor® 9000 acts as a Lewis acid is well suited for esterification, condensation, and addition reactions. It eliminates by-products, increases yield, and is much lower in toxicity than other metal catalysts like Tin. This makes Tyzor® 9000 a good replacement for organostannanes and other hazardous metal catalysts used in phthalic acid / DEG polyol synthesis.
Product Specifications
TiO2 Content: 23.9%
Active Content: 100%
Molecular Weight: 340 g/mol
Color: Yellow
Specific Gravity (25C): 0.9
Viscosity (25C): 140 mPa*s
Pour Point: -40C
Boiling Point: >100C (Decomposes)
Flash Point: 60C
Refractive Index: 1.444
Solubility in Solvents: Miscible in most organic solvents
Solubility in Water: Decomposes Quickly

Primary Chemistry: Alkoxy Titanate
Features & Benefits
Improved surface hardness, coloring effects, corrosion protection and heat and light reflection, corrosion resistance and adhesion in coating applications

Crosslinks with polymers or binders containing -OH and -COOH functional groups.

Pigments and Films:
Can be used to form Micro or nano scale TiO2 pigments. Creates polymeric TiO2 films on surfaces via pyrolytic or hydrolytic processes

Reaction catalysts:
Elimination of by products, increased yield, easy work up, low catalyst concentration and low toxicity
Problems Solved
Toxicity associated with metal catalysts
Corrosion of metal surfaces
Slow curing rate of coatings
Production of byproducts during chemical reactions

Reaction Catalyst; Coatings; Pigments