New Pigments Shift Hues in Clear Plastics.
These pigments are best suited to clear, glossy plastics, such as PET, ABS, SAN, and polycarbonate. If used with HDPE and other translucent resins, a more muted color effect will result. These pigments have been tested in injection and blow molding, film extrusion, and calendering. They reportedly are more robust than mica or aluminum flakes in masterbatch production.
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|Comment:||New Pigments Shift Hues in Clear Plastics.|
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|Date:||Feb 1, 2001|
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