Chemical composition of plastic Color Masterbatch composition

September 27, 2010 on 2:22 pm | In Tech | No Comments

1. Pigments or dyes

  Pigments are divided into organic pigments and inorganic pigments
  Commonly used organic pigments are: phthalocyanine red, phthalocyanine blue, phthalocyanine green, light red, red molecules, macromolecules yellow, Permanent Yellow, Violet, azo red. Inorganic pigments commonly used are: cadmium red, cadmium yellow, titanium dioxide, carbon black, iron oxide red, iron oxide yellow, etc.

2. Carrier

  Is the matrix of masterbatch. Selection and products exclusive resin masterbatch generally the same resin as carrier, the compatibility of the two best, but we must consider the carrier mobility.

3. Dispersant

  Make pigment evenly dispersed and no longer rally, the melting point of dispersing agent should be lower than the resin, the resin has good compatibility, and pigments have good affinity. The most commonly used dispersants are: low molecular weight polyethylene wax, stearic acid salt.

4. Additives

  Such as flame, brightening, anti-bacterial, anti-static, anti-oxidation and other species, unless the customer requests, generally do not contain the additive masterbatch.

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