Dyes for polymers

Dyes for polymers have been gaining all very popular. This is one of the fastest growing markets of chemical raw materials both in the world and in Uzbekistan. These products have superior technical characteristics, high light fastness, rich color saturation and less toxicity. Dyes used for coloring a wide range polymeric materials: polyethylene, polypropylene, as well as their copolymers.

The main

Manufacturing country: Korea, China, Vietnam

Supply form: granules, powder

Packing: Bag

White dye concentrates They contain white pigment - titanium dioxide, which provides the best white coloring. Best established titanium dioxide from leading manufacturers.

Masterbatch – this is the accepted name for superconcentrates, concentrates of dyes, pigments and additives in the polymer. Masterbatch (masterbatch) - superconcentrate in translation from English. Designed for coloring and modification of polymers. All colored plastic products are painted with masterbatches.

Black superconcentrates Contain soot for coloring in black color. Soot content can reach up to 55%. The higher the carbon black content in the masterbatch, the less you need to add it. There are several types of carbon black used in polymer dyes: SRF (6070 nm), HAF (27-30 nm).

Colored masterbatches These masterbatches contain a dispersed mixture of colored pigments in the polymer. They are used for all types of color staining of films and plastic products.

Organic pigments are synthetic dyes. organic origin, they have a high coloring ability and color purity. Organic pigments are insoluble or slightly soluble in water and other solvents. Among the organic pigments used in paints include the following: pigment yellow, lightfast lemon color; orange solid red scarlet ruby varnish, blue phthalocyanite pigment, light blue; pigment green phthalocyanite and others. Organic pigments are used to tone colorful compositions on various ligaments.