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Showa Denko Completes Expansion of Capacity for Titanium Oxide Nanoparticles

12:15 AM MDT | July 28, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

Showa Denko says its Showa Titanium (Toyama, Japan) wholly owned subsidiary has completed the previously announced expansion of production capacity for nanoparticle titanium oxide from 180 m.t./month to 240 m.t./month. Full-scale production at the expanded facility will start next month, Showa Denko says. The product, sold under the brand name Super-Titania, is used in the production of multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCC). MLCCs are used mainly in electronic devices such as personal computers and mobile phones, as well as in digital electric appliances such as...

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