Why batch colors is a cost-effective solution for the plastic industryby Tran Hoa Marketing
Batch colors are often used by manufacturers as a filler additive in the production of plastic products. Batch colors are added as a final component in the production process of plastic products, they serve as a substitute for a majority of primary plastics in the product, helping to cut costs of input materials when manufacturing. So what are the main factors in plastic granules that have impacted on product prices? This article will address the concept as well as the reason this material contributes to cost savings for manufacturers.
What are the main constituents and structure of batch colors?
The main components of batch colors include rock powder and additives produced on the primary plastic substrate during high temperature baking process, forming plastic lines, which are then coagulated to facilitate cutting into small batch colors. With more than 70% of Talc, batch colors contribute to increasing the whiteness of the finished product as well as avoiding the fading of color during the use of plastic products. In addition, they also optimize the transparency on the plastic surface, which also possesses other outstanding features such as resistance to UV oxidation or UV protection, which acts as a protective film. Certainly limit the damage to the product inside.
What causes batch colors to save costs in the production process of plastic products?
The seed is based on calcium carbonate (CaCO3), which has a very important role in reducing production costs as well as product costs because it acts as a pure polymer substitute. Extrusion, spraying, blowing process. This helps to save production materials, increase production output, which means increasing profits of companies.
Batch colors are categorized into different types with different content formulations, the variety of formula constitutes the batch colors (the ratio between the composition of CaCO3, polymers, chemical additives), cuts and particle surface size leads to differences in cost and product quality.
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