Source lei | transparent powder series-transparent powder (plastic, rubber special)

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2024-01-29 09:37


Source lei | transparent powder series-transparent powder (plastic, rubber special)


Transparent powder (plastic, rubber special)






Performance:White monoclinic crystal or powder.





High transparency: the refractive index of the filling material itself is very close to that of most synthetic resins, so the filling amount of the filler does not affect the transparency of the finished product;


High hardness: can improve the surface smoothness and abrasion resistance of the product;


Low oil absorption: it is beneficial to reduce the manufacturing cost of the product;


Easy to disperse: good wettability to various resins, good adsorption performance, easy to disperse;


Strong stability: excellent weather resistance and excellent corrosion resistance.



Scope of application:


Coatings industry: (transparent paint, PE, PO transparent primer) stearate, transparent acid salts, transparent silica gel, transparent glass glue, etc.


Plastic industry: modified transparent powder it has high luminosity, high brightness, high fineness, high transparency and other characteristics, in the blown film, high gloss PP, PE effect is particularly good. Modified transparent powder used in plastics, plastics, rubber and so on.






Transparent, plastic, rubber, with, modified, refractive index, dispersion, salts, filling

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