Titanium-Nitride-Coaating Grade E
• high temperature parting agent
• for coating ceramics and graphite
• for sintering hard metal powders
• stable against reactive metallic melts
• quick drying formulation


Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E is a special coating based on high purity titanium nitride (>99% TiN). This coating can be very well used as a parting agent when sintering hard metal powders on graphite supports and trays. Also Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E shows a good stability against reactive metal melts lilke nickel, cobald and chrome as well as copper. Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E can be used to coat graphite and ceramics. After the application on graphite a hard and abrasive-resistant titanium carbide layer can be produced with Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E by thermal treatment. Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E can be used at air to 500°C (932°F), under vacuum and inert gas atmosphere to 1500°C (2732°F).


• Resuspend or shake Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E prior to use. This product may be diluted with ethanol if necessary.
• Application on clean surfaces is possible by brushing or spraying. After drying further layers can be applied.
• A thin coating application (50-150µm) is favourable. A thick coat may crack and chip off.

Storage-Container Size

Keep container tightly closed and store product in a well ventilated and cool place. Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E is available in containers of 1kg.

Technical Data



Ceramic Constituent

Titanium nitride (TiN)

Solid content (Titanium nitride)



Ethanol (ethyl alcohol)


0.95 g/cm³

Temperature (max. Application)

500°C (932°F) (at air)

1500°C (2732°F) (under inert gas or vacuum)


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These recommendations are believed to be correct. However, no guarantee of their accuracy is given. Therefore, purchasers shall make their own tests to determine suitability for their use. These products are offered for industrial and related uses (e.g. research and development) only. However the user must take the necessary precautions appropriate for products containing chemicals. This description does not imply the absence of any patents, the responsibility whatsoever solely rests with the user.