Solplus™ polymeric dispersants, also known as hyperdispersants, are polymeric materials designed to offer significantly higher levels of performance for thermoplastics, thermosets and liquid colorants.

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PC Solplus Hyperdispersants Overview
Lubrizol offers high-performance polymeric dispersants for various applications:
Thermoplastics applications
Liquid colorants & dispersions
Thermosets applications


Case Studies from Polymeric dispersants for Plastics

Gain stability in multiple reactive thermoset systems and improve dispersion of a broad range of pigments with one unique dispersant

Solplus D610 offers a combination of good dispersion of a broad range of pigments with stability in multiple reactive thermoset systems including epoxy, polyamide, polyurethane, unsaturated polyester gelcoats, and others.  

See comparative performance data vs benchmark solutions in this case study.


PP/Calcium Carbonate Masterbatch: Increase loading up to 85% and improve dispersion with Solplus™ DP310 hyperdispersant

Calcium carbonate masterbatch concentrates can typically achieve 75% loading with existing wax technologies. Now they can obtain higher filler loadings up to 85% with Solplus™ DP310 hyperdispersant. Its excellent dispersing capabilities helps improve manufacturing efficiencies and provide high quality PP masterbatch.


Improve processability of highly loaded Nylon 6 masterbatch dispersions with Solplus™ DP320 hyperdispersant

Solplus™ DP320 hyperdispersant is a preferred option to meet the requirements for processing efficiency of nylon masterbatch compounds and to deliver good aesthetics.

It offers:

  • Improved processability resulting in an increase of overall throughput and a decrease in costs due to: lower filter pressure, reduced extruder torque, effective dispersion
  • Increased color strength at low and high filler loading



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