Talc Filler Masterbatch – a special element of the plastic industry
Filler masterbatch has become an indispensable element in the plastic industry. Filler masterbatch not only bring significant value and useful application for this area, but also create outstanding benefits due to others factors. In particularly when combine with Talc powder and some additives to create Talc masterbatch – a modern element but still maintain its nature characteristics. In this paper, EuP will reveal the unknown facts about this materials. Let EuP help you discover the unknown about this product.
What makes Talc Filler Masterbatch special compare to others material?
Talc filler masterbatch seems to be quite unfamiliar to someone but it is an important component in the production chain of plastic house-wares. The specialization of Talc masterbatch is the construction. Talc filler is manufactured from high quality talc powder with base resin, dispersant and bonding agent with good dispersion. Plastic masterbatches are made by mixing with polymers or other carriers and granulation which is mainly used in order to improve some features including rubber and plastic resins as well as filling ability.
Due to the unique structure mentioned above, talc filler masterbatch play a certain role in improving the properties of finished products since it has good gloss and color shade. The material also helps increase heat resistance, excellent transformability, and has high stability and is easy to use. With the ability of preventing negative effects by outside environmental, abrasion resistance, acid and alkali resistance, it can be used for food packaging. With PE, PP plastic substrate, materials can be customized according to customer requirements. Moreover, the product can improve the quality as well as reduce production costs of plastic products.
Talc filler masterbatch – superior application with traditional technology
In spite of being a new element of the plastic industry, Talc filler masterbatch still maintain its function. At EuP, with the high-quality plastic compounds which is imported from Europe, we can save Talc Filler production costs at the first stage of the equipment preparation process, thereby it helps we can reduce production costs as well as help manufacturers save raw material price.
What are the advantages of talc filler masterbatch compared to other plastic compound?
Like many other filler masterbatch, the combination with talc powder gives talc master batch a lot of advantages. First of all, it improves the heat resistance, hardness and rigidity of plastic materials, improves the abrasion resistance and slips resistance on the surface of materials. The next advantage is related to the word “reduced”, means decrease the mold shrinkage rate of plastic materials, improving the dimensional stability of the product as well as reducing the burning heat of plastic materials, restricting the variation when machine activate at the second round.
Moreover, the product has a important role in improving printing features on the surface of materials, reducing surface treatment with corona and improving the heat transfer ability of plastic materials. In addition to these, it helps to increase resistance to moisture and reduce the cycle time of plastic products. The special thing of Talc filler masterbatch is the reinforcements of the applications of the product without needing to use modern machines and tools like other plastic compounds. But Talc plastic batches still can be used by traditional methods, do not require high technology.
Outstanding application of talc filler masterbatch in production
The combination of filler masterbatch and talc powder has expanded the chain of applications for using plastic products in this industry. Talc master batch is used in various plastic processing technologies such as: blow bag, injection molding, extrusion, machining molding with different color plastic. The proportion used for blowing film, tube, sheet films is 10 -35% and does not affect transparency. In addition, this product can also be used in the production of shopping bags, food bags, garbage bags, bottles, tablecloths, cereal boxes, fast food containers, empty tubes, sheets, electrical enclosures, packing bales, woven bags, non-woven fabrics, striped fabrics, stretchable films, plastic flowers, soft drinks, bowls, plates, knives, forks and spoons.