masterbatch

masterbatch

[′mas·tər‚bach]
(materials)
A plastic, rubber, or elastomer mixture in which there is a high additives concentration, such as rubber with carbon black, or plastic with color pigment; used to proportion additives accurately into large bulks of plastic, rubber, or elastomer.
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Mastersperse products can be used individually or can be combined together by the company into a single masterbatch for a custom application.
ColourTone Masterbatch MD Tony Gaukroger is proposing that when a colorant supplier carries out a colour match for a customer, the customer should pay for the service.
The company's products include standard and custom made pigment masterbatches, pastes and silicone rubber additives in masterbatch form.
Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, today officially opened its new state-ofthe art masterbatch production site in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.
As a large producer of black masterbatches in North America, Tech Blend has a deep understanding of the North American masterbatch market and has long-standing and close relationships with both customers and raw material suppliers and partners.
Key statement: The present invention provides a process for making a silica masterbatch that contains hydrophobated silica, solution-made rubber and emulsion-made rubber.
com)-- According to "Europe Masterbatch Market By Type, By End User, By Country, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011 - 2021," the masterbatch market in Europe is projected to cross US$ 6.
Additive Masterbatch Market by Type (Antimicrobial, Antioxidant, Flame Retardants, and others), Carrier Resin (PE, PP, PS, and Others), End-use Industry (Packaging, Building & Construction, Consumer Goods, Automotive, Agriculture, and Others) - Global Forecast to 2021
USPRwire, Thu Feb 04 2016] Masterbatch Market by Type (White, Black, Color, Additive, Filler, and Others) and by Application (Packaging, Building & Construction, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Textile, and Others) - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2020
In the solution-dyeing process, the colorant, in the form of a masterbatch, is added to the polymer melt during the extrusion of the fiber, meaning the fiber is colored throughout.
BASF has signed a contract to divest its liquid masterbatch business in Clermont de l'Oise, France, to Audia International, a large global supplier of polyolefins and color masterbatches.