Raw Materials & Equipment


January 16, 2006

Bunge has published a six-page
brochure introducing its new Biphor
white pigment. The booklet contains a
technical paper describing the
research that went into the discovery of
the key component of Biphor: an amorphous
aluminum phosphate whose
exceptional opacity stems from unique
hiding properties discovered in the
behavior of its aluminum phosphate
nanoparticles. The booklet also outlines
the advantages of Biphor over standard
titanium dioxide, including extreme
durability and its highest-percentage
replacement for titanium dioxide. More
info: Bunge, www.biphorpigments.com.

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