Our Masterbatch Process
Our quick turnaround process for masterbatch starts with providing the customer with a color matched sample for approval. Once we get approval we take our formula to production. Our Color Master team can formulate colors for your specific polymer. We work with every type of polymer from flexible PVC to the newest engineered resins. We can provide liquid color in those same polymers as well as silicone, epoxy and thermoset resins. We work with orders ranging from one pound to truckloads quantities. Our color mixtures are specially crafted for your polymers and applications. We also offer Pre-color, salt and pepper, liquid and dry color. If you are tired of waiting two weeks or more on lead times for your Masterbatch delivery, call Color Master today.
Color Master’s masterbatch process is compatible with various polymers. These include:
In addition to our color matching services we also offer a range of special colors and additives. These special additives can make your product stand out whether you want it to glow in the dark or look like it was made of stone. These include:
- Granite coloring
- And more
UV and IR Additives
For polymers that are put into tough situations, ultraviolet / infrared resistant additives can help extend the life of your product. Our UV package is designed to protect polymer products under intense sun exposure. Color Master’s UV package combines light stable colorants with UV additives to reduce premature aging due to UV exposure. We can also provide accelerated weather testing using weatherometers. Our IR package combines colorant with IR reflective additives. By reflecting heat rather than absorbing it these additives reduce heat buildup and warping. These IR additives are especially useful for polymer products used on construction sites.
Special Polymers for Regulatory Requirements
Color Master has specially formulated polymers that are able to pass regulatory requirements such as:
- Prop 65
- and more
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