How Do They Make Colourful Plastics?

The history of plastics date back to 1907! That was the first time when Leo Baekeland successfully made Bakelite. It must also be noted that he was also the first to coin the term plastics. Since then the industry has only moved ahead with new the introduction of new technologies which have improved the quality of plastics. One thing that has made plastics really likeable is the addition of colours. Colourful plastics are very much in demand and here we will see more about coloured plastics.

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Why the Need for Coloured Plastics?

Consider the range of plastics available and the wide variety of plastic objects in everyday use. From fizzy drinks bottles and carrier bags to window frames and computers, it is clear that there are many different ways of forming plastics. One major advantage of colouring plastics is that it differentiates one product from the rest. Every brand associates itself with different colours. With the help of colouring additives these companies can make their products stand out from their competition. Polymer Additives help in making plastics better and more attractive. The overall necessity for making plastics colourful is to grab more eyeballs while sitting on the aisle. Another reason where coloured plastics help is in protecting light sensitive contents. Different master batches are used to different hues. To impart black colour on products black Masterbatches are used and similarly to impart white colour White Masterbatches are used. Besides these there are several other types of colour masterbatches are used.

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