In this product line PHILOPLAST®, we offer an extensive palette of dyes of different coloristic and chemistries. All of them fulfilling the strictest requirements for mass coloration of polyesters and other engineering plastics and providing maximum flexibility to our customers.
Whether widely used colorants with focus on best economics, or products which are top regarding their technical performance, all the colorants offered by PHILODEN® are produced and tested for their quality according state-of-the-art technology and global standards.
The PHILOPLAST® products are controlled and certified on batch level in order to guarantee a constant and reliable quality and to provide maximum value to customers.
In addition to the above PHILOPLAST range are tested as per the below tests:
AZO DYES — as per EN-14362-1 :2012
POLYCHLORINATED BI PHENYL CONTENT — as per AP(89)1
HEAVY METALS — as per AP(89)1
SULFONATED AROMATIC AMINES — as per AP(89)1
TOXIC ELEMENTS MIGRATION TEST — as per EN71-3 :2013 +Al:2014
CHLORINATED ORGANIC CARRIERS — as per DIN 5432: 2010
In all the above tests no critical concentrations or harmful substances were detected
- Wide palette of brilliant and clean shades offers wide ranging flexibility
- High Color Yield offers attractive coloration costs
- Residue-free High Solubility in Polymer results in highly transparent shades
- Excellent Product Purity (HPLC) combined with Good Thermal Stability and excellent FPV
- Good product properties guarantee trouble free processing
- Suitable for fiber spinning (meltspinning)
Although having different chemical structure, all the products of the PHILOPLAST® range can be combined with each other; they are fully compatible.
Also ,combinations with Carbon Black (Pigment Black 7), Titanium dioxide (TiO2) or with additives like e.g. PHILOWHITE® are possible.The products good heat stability allows their use in a wide variety of engineering plastics and for a broad palette of applications.
Based on internal testing and the market feedback, PHILOPLAST® products can be used according to following polymer recommendations, whereby mainly PBT, rarely PET is used for the preparation of high-end masterbatches or compounds.