Masterbatch is composed of carrier resin, filler and various additives. The limit of the adjuvant in the masterbatch or the content of the filler is several to ten times higher than the requirement in the actual plastic product.
Masterbatch refers to the plastic processing molding process, in order to facilitate the operation, will require for a variety of additives, fillers.
Masterbatch is composed of carrier resin, filler and various additives. The limit of the adjuvant in the masterbatch or the content of the filler is several to ten times higher than the requirement in the actual plastic product. In the molding process, the proportion of the masterbatch and the matrix resin must be adjusted according to the content of the relevant components in the masterbatch and the amount of the actual product to be added. Masterbatch can be generally divided into ordinary filling masterbatch (referred to as filling masterbatch) and functional masterbatch, such as masterbatch, anti-droplet masterbatch and so on.
The important component of the filled masterbatch is the filler, which is important for the processing of polyolefins (polyethylene and polypropylene), also known as polyolefin-filled masterbatches. The selection of raw and auxiliary materials for polyolefin-filled masterbatch: The polyolefin-filled masterbatch is composed of a carrier resin, a filler and various additives. The filler accounts for important components, up to 90%. Polyolefin-filled masterbatches are important for the production of polyolefins such as polyethylene and polypropylene. Such as: polyethylene hollow blow molding products, polyethylene injection molding products and polyethylene film, polypropylene woven bags, woven fabrics and packing belts. Generally, when selecting the raw and auxiliary materials for the olefin-filled masterbatch, it is necessary to consider its application performance and low cost.