Handling Recommendations for Dry TiO2 Pigment
TiO2 Package Stacking Recommendations
The packed density of dry TiO2
grades has a direct effect on package stacking stability. Chemours recommends the following guidelines for safely stacking pallets of TiO2
pigment to minimize the risk of stacks falling over:
- TiO2 grades packaged in flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs, including cardboard paneled SBRCs) of one-half or one tonne weight should be stacked no more than two pallets high.
- TiO2 grades other than R-101, R-102 and R-931, which are packaged in 50 pound or 25 kilogram bags, should be stacked no more than three pallets high.
- Ti-Pure® grades R-101, R-102 and R-931, which is packaged in 50 pound or 25 kilogram bags, should be stacked no more than two pallets high due to its low density.
For further safe handling recommendations, please consult the following documents:
FIBC Safe Handling Guidelines
FIBC Do's and Don'ts
Handling FIBCs with Fork Truck Tines