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Preperse PE-S

Preperse PE-S grade has similar physical properties to Preperse PE, which is also based on polyolefin carrier and granular type with properties of low-dusting and free-flow.

The difference between Preperse PE-M and PE-S is that, PE-S grade is targeting at applications request high FPV result, such as thin film etc.

In order to achieve the FPV requirement for severe applications, twin-screw extruder and making mono masterbatch is necessary. The common FPV of Preperse PE-S grade is ≤ 0.8 bar/g, based on below condition: Mesh number: 1400; Pigment content involved: 60g; Pigment % to resin: 8%. Above FPV test use mono masterbatch made by twin-screw extruder.

Preperse PE-S grade has similar physical properties to Preperse PE, which is also based on polyolefin carrier and granular type with properties of low-dusting and free-flow.
The difference between Preperse PE-M and PE-S is that, PE-S grade is targeting at applications request high FPV result, such as thin film etc.
In order to achieve the FPV requirement for severe applications, twin-screw extruder and making mono masterbatch is necessary. The common FPV of Preperse PE-S grade is ≤ 0.8 bar/g, based on below condition: Mesh number: 1400; Pigment content involved: 60g; Pigment % to resin: 8%. Above FPV test use mono masterbatch made by twin-screw extruder.
Preperse PE-S grade has similar physical properties to Preperse PE, which is also based on polyolefin carrier and granular type with properties of low-dusting and free-flow.
The difference between Preperse PE-M and PE-S is that, PE-S grade is targeting at applications request high FPV result, such as thin film etc.
In order to achieve the FPV requirement for severe applications, twin-screw extruder and making mono masterbatch is necessary. The common FPV of Preperse PE-S grade is ≤ 0.8 bar/g, based on below condition: Mesh number: 1400; Pigment content involved: 60g; Pigment % to resin: 8%. Above FPV test use mono masterbatch made by twin-screw extruder.

※ Fusion point refers to the melt point of the polyolefin carrier used in the pigment preparations. The processing temperature must be higher than the disclosed fusion point of each product.