Lansperse BIO868 is a bio-loop dispersing agent for aqueous systems, containing components that are 100% renewable. Offering excellent wetting and dispersing properties for various inorganic and organic pigment types, it is a sustainable option for formulators requiring good sustainability profiling along with excellent performance.

Functions: Dispersant, Dispersant

Chemical Family: Titanium Compounds

Labeling Claims: Bio-based, Biodegradable, Biorenewable, Non-Irritant, VOC-free

Synonyms: TiO2, Titania, Titanium Peroxide

Technical Data Sheet

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Identification & Functionality

Chemical Family
Chemical Name
CASE Ingredients Functions
Industrial Additives Functions

Features & Benefits

Product Features
  • Based on Bio-loop technology 100% renewable
  • Powerful dispersing properties
  • No flocculation
  • VOC free
  • Fast particle size reduction
  • Readily biodegradable
  • Low ecotoxicity
  • Low irritancy

Applications & Uses

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Coating Type

For inorganic and organic pigments and powders - nonionic


Physical Form
Light amber liquid
Soluble in
Water, Ethanol, Acetone, Butyl Acetate, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Isobutanol, Dowanol PMA, Dowanol DPM, Dowanol PM, N-Butyl Glycol
Dispersible in
Methyl isobutyl ketone
Insoluble in
Mineral Oil, Xylene, Ethyl Acetate, Shellsol A / Solvesso 100, White Spirit, Diisononyl phthalate, Soyabean Methyl Ester, Soyabean Oil
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Viscosity (at 25°C)539cP-
Specific Gravity (at 20°C)1.08--
Surface Tension (0.1%)41.8mN/m-
Flash Pointmin. 150°CClosed Cup
Colormax. 300Hazen-
Pour Point17°C-
Cloud Point (1% Aqueous)84°C-
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Solid Content78 - 82%-
Saponification Value37 - 47mg.KOH/g-

Regulatory & Compliance

Certifications & Compliance

Technical Details & Test Data

Rheology Over Time

Viscosity - Din Cup 4

Initial 9 sec
Week 1 11sec
Week 2 23 sec
Week 4 93 secs

After 5 months storage, the dispersion is still mobile and pourable.

Pigment Dispersions

Titanium dioxide dispersions

Titanium dioxide dispersions and slurries are notoriously difficult to produce at high solids concentrations due to the high density of the TiOâ‚‚. This high density causes destabilization and eventually separation at the top of the dispersion. Lansperse BIO868 helps to stabilize high active dispersions by maintaining good rheology control, but with light agitation the rheology drops immediately to help in the handling and processing within the end application. This property is noticeable for high solids loading between 60 - 70%, at lower solids levels the dispersion is a nice free-flowing liquid.

Other Pigment Dispersions

  • Yellow 42 60%: Pigment yellow 42, also known as Yellow Iron oxide is a yellow powder in the form of an alkaline oxide. To effectively disperse 60% solids in water add 3% Lansperse BIO868.
  • Red 101 65%: Red 101 is an important inorganic colorant, iron oxide red is characterized high opacity, strong tinting strength, easy dispersibility, excellent light fastness and perfect weather resistance. It is extensively used in concrete, roofing tiles, masonary, paint, coating, rubber, plastic, paper and leather industries. To effectively disperse 65% solids in water add 3.75% Lansperse BIO868.
Particle size over time - microns

D90 particle size

10 mins 0.448
20 mins 0.447
40 mins 0.448
60 mins 0.45

Extremely fast reduction in particle size noticed even after 10 mins

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Regional Availability
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • USA
Packaging Information

Lansperse BIO868 can be supplied in IBC’s, 200kg or 25kg nett drums.

Storage & Handling

Storage Conditions
  • Stainless steel, polyethylene or glass lined equipment is necessary for the storage of Lansperse BIO868 in order to prevent corrosion and subsequent contamination.
  • This material can separate on standing and at low temperatures. May require agitation and warming prior to use.