Distributed Control System (DCS)
|Hua Yuan Enterprise Corp. Titanium Dioxide Factory, Gansu Province (No.404 Titanium Dioxide Factory of China National Nuclear Corporation) is our nation's first of its kind. It has introduced new technology and key equipment and has a production capacity at present of 150,000 tons of top grade titanium dioxide. The principal equipment and more than ten large precision analyzing and testing instruments have been imported from eight western countries, including Germany, the|
|USA and Finland. The entire production process is controlled by DCS imported from Siemens in Germany.|
This factory produces three kinds of titanium dioxide: Anatase, Rutile and Mixed Type. The products have good durability, light-fastness, tint-reducing power and dispersibility. The quality of A-101 (Anatase) is the best in China and comparable to the A-100 of Japan. The R-215 is competitive with the R-930 of Japan, and is widely used in high grade paint, synthetic fiber, paper making, printing ink, plastic, rubber and electronic elements, among other uses. The factory
has a comprehensive quality control system and higher standards of quality than the first grade of GB1706-93. It exports its products to Western Europe, North America, the Middle East and South-East Asia, where they enjoy an excellent reputation.
The factory provides its customers with the highest quality titanium dioxide. The specifications of the product can be changed and improved at the request of users from both home and abroad.
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Hua Yuan Enterprise Corp.
Titanium Dioxide Factory, Gansu Province
( No. 404 Titanium Dioxide Factory )
Address: P.O.Box 508 A 33, Lanzhou, China,
Post code: 732850
Office Tel: 86-937-6765331.
You are welcome to visit our factory for business negotiations and placement of orders!
Last updated 05/26/97