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Colorant Chromatics has launched a line of color concentrates and masterbatches based on Moldflon, a melt-processable modified polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) introduced by ElringKlinger Kunststoff-Technik GmbH in 2006. ElringKlinger and Colorant will cooperate to color Moldflon with masterbatches produced by Colorant Chromatics, with the first product range called Moldflon MF 10010 masterbatch double strength. The initial range consists of 10 colors.

MPW Staff

January 7, 2010

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Colorant Chromatics, ElringKlinger combine for PTFE concentrates, masterbatches

Colorant Chromatics has launched a line of color concentrates and masterbatches based on Moldflon, a melt-processable modified polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) introduced by ElringKlinger Kunststoff-Technik GmbH in 2006. ElringKlinger and Colorant will cooperate to color Moldflon with masterbatches produced by Colorant Chromatics, with the first product range called Moldflon MF 10010 masterbatch double strength. The initial range consists of 10 colors.

Moldflon MF 10010 masterbatch double strength joins Colorant Chromatics’ existing melt-processable product line, which currently includes color concentrates and compounds for FEP, ETFE, PFA, PVdF, ECTFE, MFA, THV, PEEK, and PES.

The color concentrates are offered in various pigment strengths, and in addition to standard colors and compounds, Colorant offers color matching, precoloring, and custom compounding. Pigment dispersions are also available for PTFE extrusion, as well as printing and striping inks for FEP, ETFE, PFA, PVdF, PTFE, PEEK, and polyimide.

Colorant Chromatics Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the ColorMatrix Group, has facilities in Aland, Finland; Bethel, CT; and Shanghai, China. Based in Bietigheim-Bissingen, ElringKlinger also operates a subsidiary in Qingdao, China. —[email protected]

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