Incredible Possibilities of Adding Colours to Plastics

Dyes, pigments and optical brighteners are very necessary to make plastic products appealing. All of these are additives which are added to products during the production phase. Though using masterbatches is the primary way of adding colours to plastics, there are many ways how plastics can be coloured. We will take a look at the top three here now.

Salt & Pepper blends

For those mixers who lack metering units, cube blends are perfect. Like adding salt and pepper to a dish during preparation, this Masterbatch can be added mid-process. The mixture needs to be constantly stirred, failing to do which can lead to inconsistencies in colour.

Specialty compounds

Masterbatch Manufacturers in India have to tackle the issue of hues imparted by other additives which are mixed to products during the process of manufacturing. In addition to what masterbatches achieve, these specialty compounds are necessary to counter the effect of other hues.

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Masterbatches

The most common form of adding colours to products is with the help of masterbatches. Most industries let Masterbatch Manufacturers in India know of their specific requirements which once designed are used in large batches. Masterbatches are the most economical method to colour plastics and can be provided in small volumes. Depending on the carrier selected, the same Masterbatch may be used to colour several different resins, or be chosen for maximum compatibility.

No matter what delivery method is used, most makers maintain a database of every formula devised to meet client requirements. This helps in speeding up the delivery process when subsequent demands are raised. Thanks to the fast and efficient processes Masterbatch Manufacturers in India have, you can manufacture your products in whatever colour you please.

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