Beach Minerals


Rutile is another major Titanium ore used in manufacturing of Titanium dioxide pigments, Titanium metal, a high-tech alloy owing to its light weight, high strength and resistance to corrosion. Though rutile is a reddish mineral, it appears to be black to the naked eyes. More than 90% of Rutile is used as feedstock for the production of white pigment. The remnant is used for the production of Titanium sponge and Titanium metal. Indian rutile sand is mostly consumed in the welding electrode sector. Rutile ore is largely available in countries like Australia, India, South Africa, Ukraine and Sierra Leone. Minor suppliers are Srilanka, Malaysia, Madagascar, Brazil and Mozambique.


Rutile Applications

  • As an ingredient in the Flux — Arc Welding Electrodes.
  • As feedstock for Titanium-dioxide pigments.
  • Coloring agent in ceramic and glass products.

Rutile Advantages

PuRutile is superior due to its low P (Phosphorous) &S (Sulphur) contamination as we use electric kiln and solar energy for drying whereas most of the manufacturers use oil fired furnace. In addition, with our extensive area, our mining area is in the same region;so our raw material leads to consistent quality in our end product.

  • Higher TiO2 content helps in less splattering and more slag formation.
  • Our product lacks in defiling contaminants like Niobium, Iron, Zirconium Dioxide, etc., which helps keep the flux intact during welding.
  • 0% oil usage not only reduces the sulphur contamination below 0.02 % but also saves the environment from getting polluted.
  • To preserve fossil fuels for the future generation, Solar Drying is used in spite of its excessive space requirement.
  • Preferred size range for smooth bonding of the flux.

Rutile Packing

  • Packed in 1 Ton Jumbo Bags.

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