Sodium Titanate
Sodium titanate is used in industry, in the manufacture of ceramics. It is a linking material among the different constituents in a ceramic mix. Nowadays it is widely used in the manufacture of covered welding rods used in SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (SMAW) as one of the components in the formulation of the electrode covering. Sodium titanate helps to stabilize the arc and it provides definite properties to slag viscosity. As a result, weld beads have a better look.

PHYSISCAL PROPERTIES MESH GRADATION
CHEMICAL FORMULA: Na2TiO3 MESH 100 % Accumulated: 0
COLOR: Yellowish brown MESH 200 % Accumulated: 0 - 10.0 Max
FUSION TEMPERATURE: 1550 C    
LOSS BY CALCINATION: 4% Maximum    

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY
Titanate Dioxide From 78 to 83 Explosive risk None
Sodium Oxide From 13 to 16 Flammability None
Silicon Oxide 1.5 % Maximum Reactivity None
Zirconium Oxide 1.0 % Maximum Direct contact risks None
Iron Oxide 1.5 % Maximum Ingestion Dangerous
Sulphur 0.05 % Maximum    
Phosphor 0.05 % Maximum    

Storage: Keep the product in the original container and close it tight. Store in a cool, dry place for a maximum of 48 months.