What kind of polyethylene wax is best for coloring? Polyolefin wax is used as a dispersant in color processing and is widely used in polyolefin color granules. It has good compatibility with polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, polypropylene and other resins, and has excellent external and internal lubrication.
Related uses of polyethylene wax:
Color particles (dispersed, lubricated, bright) PVC profiles/pipes/sheets (highly efficient external lubricant).
Compound stabilizer (improving dispersion performance and preventing dust).
Hot melt adhesive (improved heat resistance, viscosity adjustment).
Hot melt road marking paint/road marking paint (improved heat resistance, viscosity adjustment).
Rubber (improving processability, carbon dispersant).
Cable material (increased filling, efficient extrusion).
Ink (anti-settling, glossy, wear-resistant).
Filling materials (improved heat resistance, gelling agent, transparency).
Candle (increases hardness, luster and abrasion resistance).
Plastic additives (improved wettability, mold release, better dispersion).
Polyethylene wax(PE Wax) has chemical properties similar to polyethylene and excellent electrical properties, as well as the characteristics of wax. It has the characteristics of high melting point, high hardness, low melting point viscosity, and good processing flow properties. The product is in the form of white flakes or powder, odorless, non-toxic and non-corrosive. It has excellent lubricity and compatibility when blended with plastics, rubber, wax and inks. It is an excellent processing aid. Widely used in ink, color, coating, hot melt adhesive, rubber and plastic processing and other industries
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