Plastic PVC Masterbatch Industrial

From PET bottles and phone cell to steering wheels, laptops and syringes, plastic products play a very important role in our daily lives and even indispensable in many industries – from automotive to medical. As our growing demands for product quality but cost-effective, resource-saving manufacturing processes, the focus is more than ever on the efficiency of processing methods. 

In this dynamic environment, we provides lead process solutions tailored to the specific requirements of plastics processing. With many years of experience and profound knowledge of materials processing, we support the plastics and rubber industry by developing high-quality mixing and processing systems. 

In the plastics industry, material mixer machines, also known as plastics mixing machines, are used for mixing and dispersing compounding material ,which including plastic,polymers, fillers, plasticizers or additives materials together.

These mixing machines are often used in the production of plastic products. It ensures uniform distribution of additives throughout the plastic material, improving its mechanical properties, appearance, and processability.

There are several different types of material mixer machines used in the plastics industry, including horizontal mixer machine, two roll mixer, kneader machines etc.

The mixing process in the plastics industry is the process of blending together plastic materials and additives in a material mixer machine to produce a homogeneous mixture. These mixing mixer machines facilitate the homogenous distribution of additives, fillers, colorants, and other components within the plastic matrix   Can consistent quality the final mixed plastics. The mixture is then used in the production of plastic products.

Here you can find some the most common plastic materials we are able to screen and classify:

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
Synthetic rubber plastics
Plastic pellets
Polystyrene (Styrofoam)
Polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon):
Polyvinylidine Chloride (Saran)
Polyethylene terephthalate (PET or PETE)
Polypropylene (PP)
Polyethylene, LDPE and HDPE