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  • Plastics Consultancy Network - Mixing and compounding masterbatches
    to be one of the following: low density polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, EVA , low molecular weight wax, an alkyd resin, or a more polymer specific material. Plastics Consultancy Network - Mixing and compounding masterbatches. Mixing and compounding masterbatches. by Norman Dyer - Normandy R & D.
  • Compounding
    fillers. A wide variety of materials may be created through compounding including plastics, rubber, elastomers, cleaning agents, lubricants, greases, masterbatch colorants (pigments, dyes), additive masterbatches, organic chemicals, chemical additives, metal working fluids, oils, oil and fuel additives
  • Mastering color
    Colorants change a plastic part's color but may also modify polymer chemistry, physical properties, manufacturability, and cost. Edited by Jean M. Hoffman A new Splash masterbatch formulation imitates marble, wood, tortoise shell, and other materials in base resins such as polystyrene
  • Glass Bubbles Reduce Weight of TPO Parts (.pdf)
    Resin compounder Noble Polymers of Grand Rapids, Michigan, a subsidiary of Cascade Engineering, has developed a low-density polyolefin resin formulation that reduces the weight of TPO plastic parts by up to twenty percent. This masterbatch bulk resin additive incorporates hollow glass bubbles from
  • Case History: New Feeders Boost EPS Production and Efficiency at Bandex
    Bandex S.A., located in San Luis, Argentina, manufactures disposable containers and plates from expanded polystyrene (EPS). The production line extrudes and thermoforms virgin polystyrene, recycled polystyrene, talc, and masterbatch color pellets. Bandex is the market leader in EPS packaging
  • Fake Products, Real Dangers
    taggants are produced via a process called spray pyrolysis which yields particles small enough to be used in inkjet printing. Taggants can also be supplied to convertors in powder and masterbatch form. While there are several types available for use in plastics, they all share some common
  • Liquid Concentrate Dispersions
    Liquid concentrate dispersions are masterbatches of organic or waterborne pigments that contain solvents or diluents. These dispersions can be free flowing pourable liquids or high-viscosity pastes depending on the composition. Depending on the specified end use, they may contain resins, additives
  • Solid Concentrate Dispersions
    Solid concentrate dispersions are masterbatches of pigment supplied in dry form either as dust free pellets, granules or flakes. They do not contain solvents but may contain additives or plasticizers. The two common forms that typify this category are chips and Predisol pigment preparations

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