According to the thickness, fineness of the final product and the desired covering from the product, masterbatch can be used between 1-5% in the mixture.
The most important feature of polyethylene (AYPE), which is the carrier of dye, is that it adapts smoothly when mixed with many Plastiks, so it does not create rot. However, pigments or fillings of some hard structure used increase the fragility of the main structure. The event, called decay, is an increase in this vulnerability.
Yes! Colors in the world have been internationalized in the most common form, with the RAL and PANTONE catalog and their coding in these catalogs. For example, when ‘RAL 7010‘ is called, the meant color is the same all over the world.
Paint producing companies form their formulas according to their own knowledge, opinions and commercial thoughts. Masterbatches, which customers identify as ‘the same color’ by placing them side by side, appear in different shades in the product. This difference is the difference in concentration (pigment ratio) in the paint formula. This difference also creates a price difference.Another issue that makes a difference in price is the different performance of pigments (light fastness, color purity, heat resistance, color intensity, etc.). Here it is certain that the paint that gives the best covering and color purity in the same quantities is the correct preferred paint. The price of the product is a consideration that should be examined, preferably later.
Masterbatch in its exterior should not be matte. It should be medium bright or bright.The matte paint; these have a matte look to if they didn't take moisture as because they carry filler, so the content of the plastic unit has been dropped, and Calcite (CaCO3) or talc (Powder) was added, and the use of calcite is common in Turkey in general.This type of situation; causes rapid depletion of paint, lack of brightness and vitality in the product, and leads over time ‘breakage’ to low quality in companies that use paint with scale.
In short, yes. Problems such as tensile, relaxation, breakage, looseness in use in 2-mold may occur. The carrier substances used or the pigments used (due to their chemical structure) can cause this type of deterioration. You can eliminate such problems by talking to your requests and complaints with the company you supply paint with and telling them in detail. Making the right choices will ensure you get smooth and quality products.
Using paint by weighing, avoiding long-term stocking, avoiding moisture, making sure that the visible physical dimensions of the paint are not too small or too large (for the optimal physical distribution), and seeing the adequacy of its brightness are among the most important considerations that can be considered.
Yes, it should be in terms of pigments that are dyestuff contained. But pigments that are not suitable for the plastic industry and are seriously low-performance are often used. As a result, there is no standard in the world in terms of quality and concentration, as the concentration (ratio of pigment) varies between manufacturers or suppliers.
This problem, which is very serious, is a situation that can be solved with a way to go with the right choice of pigment at the beginning. However, UV additives and anti-oxidation additives should be used, as fading of raw material (oxidation) will also affect the quality of the color. In short, the problem can be fixed by using the right pigment, the right UV additives and preservatives.
Pigments used in the plastic industry differ in their chemical and thermal properties, even a pigment used in PP (polypropylene) may not be suitable for PA (Polyamide), or a pigment suitable for ABS may not be suitable for PE (polyethylene). This topic is a very wide research and application area.
If every substance in nature has a resistance to melting and burning (combustion), pigments also have heat resistance properties. As for heat resistance, a roughly ranking from weak to strong can be interpreted as yellow, red and orange.
Grains large and small, mostly called black dots, can actually be a whole of pigments collected and stuck together, or burned and charred plastics hidden between screw sleeves.
The reasons arising from paint may be as follows;
- Masterbatch may have been used to a lesser extent.
- The masterbatch carrier is rigid, has low fluidity and is not well distributed.
- The concentration of Masterbatch is low (pigment ratio).
Said masterbatches are not pigment-based. Because they are luminescent particles, they reflect light back, reflecting traces of distribution and flow direction. In this case, a lot of paint is not the solution. Sometimes the design of the mold is so available that it can also come out with minimal image error. In short, this is the nature of this type of masterbatches.
Yes there is. As a first in the world, the product, which we have been doing R & D work since 2012, completed in 2016 and received a process patent under the TOZZY brand, can solve many problems such as flying of companies that work with pigment in their production, problems experienced in color standardization, lumps of pigment and having to adhere to limited colors.
It is suitable for companies manufacturing door-window, paneling, foam insulation, sheet, pipe, Wick, cable, etc. In production, it applies to all kinds of mixtures in which the polymer is in powder form in mixers and should be spread over a lot of areas. Double-single screw is suitable for all kinds of extruders regardless.
As TOZZY is 15-30 times smaller in size than other micro masterbatches on the market, it has much more dyeing power and offers easy distribution in production. It is also more advantageous in terms of price compared to other manufacturers in Europe.