All plastic products when exposed to heat, light and oxygen are subjected to degradation. This results in a loss in their useful mechanical and physical properties such as strength, colour, stability. This degradation process can be retarded by the addition of UV stabilized Masterbatch in the polymer mix.
This Masterbatch, when incorporated protects reprocessed or recycled polyolefins from degradation during their processing. This allows blown and cast film processors to use more of the recycle without having adverse effects on the properties of the final product. Strength and appearance are not affected.
Addition of this Masterbatch eliminates problems associated with static charge in plastic products. It can be used in LD/LLDPE films, blow molded, injection molded and rotational molded articles.
This Masterbatch is added to increase the appearance of the finished product. It improves the aesthetic appeal of the product by eliminating discoloration, increasing the whiteness, brightness of the product.
This maserbatch is used to modify the surface properties in films/sheets and prevents them from sticking to each other. It reduces the frictional coefficient of the film surface.
This Masterbatch modifies surface properties of films and extruded sheets and prevents them from adhering to each other.
This Masterbatch is used to increase the processibility of the polymers. The major benefits are as follows :
Hygiene is a major concern in today’s world. Antimicrobials are used to check the undesired growth of microorganisms. The company makes triclosan based antimicrobial masterbatch inhibiting the growth of Gram-positive, Gram-negative bacteria, mold and yeast. This product can be processed at temperatures >500 Degrees Celsius.
Siloxane plastic additives have been used for years to improve lubricity and flow of thermoplastics. It imparts processing improvements and modified surface characteristics.
This is a speciality foaming agent with the following properties:
Our Products are widely used in plastic industry in the following processes :