A color masterbatch is a granule used for coloring thermoplastics. It consists of one or more colorants and a polymer-specific carrier resin. Adding a small amount of color masterbatch can achieve the desired color for the final product.
The formulation for a specific color masterbatch is developed in our laboratory based on a customer’s requirements.
White masterbatch is a mixture of polymers with white pigment and additives to create white coating and color. An essential additive in the production of white masterbatch is titanium dioxide.
Filler masterbatch is a combination of CaCo3, primary polymer and special additives. These masterbatches produce by a different polymer such as polyethylene, polypropylene, and polystyrene.
Color masterbatch is a concentrated mixture of base polymer with organic or inorganic color pigments. By adding a small amount of color masterbatch, the desired color can be achieved in the final product.
An additive masterbatch is a concentrate in granule form for modifying thermoplastics. Additive masterbatches consist of one or more additives and a polymer-specific carrier resin.
Polymer blends are a mixture of at least two macromolecular compounds, polymers, or copolymers. Polymer blends are utilized in various applications based on their properties and end-use requirements.
A compound consists of prepared plastic formulations by mixing and/or blending polymers, fillers, and specific additives in the molten state to achieve the desired characteristics of the final product.