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POLYBATCH® Yellow 2028 E

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by A. Schulman
POLYBATCH® Yellow 2028 E by A Schulman is a yellow color concentrate masterbatch produced with organic and inorganic pigment based in polyethylene resin. It exhibits excellent dispersion, opacity, weather fastness, light fastness and heat resistance properties. POLYBATCH® Yellow 2028 E is compatible with HDPE, LDPE, MDPE, HDPE, PE and PP. Used in blow molding, blown film, cast film, coextruded film, coextrusion, double-bubble film, extrusion, filament extrusion, film extrusion, injection blow molding, injection molding and pipe extrusion applications. Its recommended dosage rate is 5% and is alkali sensitive when used in HDPE at concentration below 5%. It is made according to food approval directive AP (89)1.
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Product Type
  • Organic Pigments
  • Inorganic Pigments
Masterbatch
Yes
Physical Form
Granules, Free-flowing
Appearance
Yellow
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
Central and Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Asia / Pacific
Applications/ Recommended for
  • PE > LDPE
  • PP
  • PE > HDPE
  • PE > LLDPE
  • Pipes, Hoses & Fittings > Pipes
  • Mechanical/ physical performance > Thermal resistance
  • Polymer Conversion > Dispersion
  • Polymer protection > Weatherability (UV, moisture, Oxygen...)
  • Visual aspect & aesthetics > Opacity
Food contact approval
Yes
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