Special-purpose color Masterbatch PPR Pipe color Masterbatch

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Application: Injection & Extruding moulding

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This series of products use PP as the substrate. lt has characteristics such as Easy coloring,Non-toxic,Tasteless,weathering strong,No leakage and migration.There will be No bubble and pocking mark while producing,meanwhile,it enhance pipes stiffness and toughness.


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Product Name 


Special-purpose color Masterbatch

Physical and Chemical Specification 



Unit Kraft bag 

Carrier Resin 



Melting Temperature 


> 100° C



Uniform granule     

Light Fastness 


5(ISO Blue Wool Scale)

Heat Stability 


240 ° C 



Injection & Extruding moulding   ,

Letdown Rate 


2 % ~ 4%

Color difference 


ΔE<0.3 0.3

MFI(ASTM D-1238,190°C,2.16kg)



21± 5 grams/ 10 minutes



0.5 %

Granule count/gram 



Granule length (L) 


2.5 – 3.5 mm

Granule diameter (D) 


2 – 3 mm


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Q:i bought mac pro pigments 4 the 1st time , now what do i do?
look on youtube they have all the answers!
Q:which pigments are involved?
All photosynthetic organisms contain one or more organic pigments capable of absorbing visible radiation, which will initiate the photochemical reactions of photosynthesis. The three major classes of pigments found in plants and algae are the chlorophylls, the carotenoids and the phycobilins. Carotenoids and phycobilins are called accessory pigments since the quanta (packets of light) absorbed by these pigments can be transferred to chlorophyll. Chlorophylls chlorophyll a - present in all higher plants and algae chlorophyll b - present in all higher plants and green algae chlorophyll c - diatoms and brown algae chlorophyll d - red algae (chlorophyll a is present in all photosynthetic organisms that evolve O2.) Chlorophyll molecules contain a porphyrin 'head' and a phytol 'tail'. The polar (water-soluble) head is made up of a tetrapyrrole ring and a magnesium ion complexed with the nitrogen atoms of the ring. The phytol tail extends into the lipid layer of the thylakoid membrane. Carotenoids (carotenes and xanthophylls) Carotenes: -carotene - higher plants and most algae $-carotene - most plants some algae xanthophylls: luteol, fucoxanthol and violaxanthol Carotenoids contain a conjugated double bond system of the polyene type (C-C=C-C=C). Energy absorbed by carotenoids may be transferred to chlorophyll a for photosynthesis. Phycobilins (found mostly in red and blur-green algae): phycoerythrin phycocyanin allophycocyanin )
Q:Separation of plant pigments?
Separation of plant pigments using chromatography. Paper chromatography is a useful technique in the separation and identification of different plant pigments. In this technique, the mixture containing the pigments to be separated is first applied as a spot or a line to the paper about 1.5 cm from the bottom edge of the paper. The paper is then placed in a container with the tip of the paper touching the solvent. Solvent is absorbed by the chromatographic paper and moved up the paper by capillary action. As the solvent crosses the area containing plant pigment extract, the pigments dissolve in and move with the solvent. The solvent carries the dissolved pigments as it moves up the paper. The pigments are carried along at different rates because they are not equally soluble. Therefore, the less soluble pigments will move slower up the paper than the more soluble pigments. This is known as developing a chromatogram.
Q:What are leaf Pigments?
Pigments that are present in the leaf that impart colour to the leaf are called leaf pigments. They are chemical compounds. Green colour in plants is due to Chlorophyll. Cholorophyll are also of different types Chlorophyll-A, Chlorophyll-B, Chlorophyll-C and Chlorophyll-D. Different colours are imparted to plants by different pigments. Some are Xanthophyll and Carotenoids.
Q:Pls Help,<Mac Pigment> How to Apply?
With the pigment you have many options to apply them. In my experience I have learned three primary ways that work well. 1) If you are looking to use as a shadow apply a base such as a lid primer or a paint, then apply the pigment using little pigment, it is always easier to build up the color than it is to take away. 2) If you want the color to be darker and have more dramatic impact use the pigment with mixing medium or water and apply carefully with a brush using little amounts. 3) I like to use the pigments as eyeliner, to do that I either apply just using a brush, using mixed with water/medium or on top of black eyeliner. By using a base your color lasts longer and it gives you a smoother application. Also to deal with the stuff that drops on your cheeks my hints are either do your eyes first and use a makeup remover wipe to take it away or use your powder apply it using a brush heavily up under your eyes and then when done with eye makeup dust the powder and pigments away. I know the second option looks weird but it does work. Also if you ever do apply pigments and they start to go to dark or look a bit patchy try applying a eyeshadow over them not only to change the color but also to change the look of the eyeshadow texture. Hope this helps.
Q:How do you make paint pigments?
Pigments are specific minerals found in rocks. Then they are ground down and mixed with the binders for oil, acrylic, and watercolor paints. You can take art classes that teach you how to make your own paints. I have a cousin who hikes to find her own pigments and makes all the colors she paint with. If you'd like something less labor-intensive, you can buy the pigments you want from lots of art stores these days. They can be added to pre-existing colors to enhance them, or you can start from scratch to formulate your own colors. The bottles i've seen are around 8 ounces, and cost about $50. You will likely find books in the library and articles online that will help you learn to make your own pigments.
Q:what is the difference between light color and pigment colors?
Check out the links below. They should answer any question about the properties of light. In a nutshell, the color of light is an electromagnetic radiation.that the human eye sees. The rainbow is a visual phenomenon that shows the transmission of those radiant colors. We see them all...red,orange, yellow, green blue, indigo, violet at one time because they are being filtered through the moisture in the air. Of them all, only the primary colors are true colors...red, green and blue. The others are where the light blends together. Pigments are artificially produced things that bend light in such a way that we see a different color. A pigment reflects the available light, changes it because of its absorption property. Thats why black is both a color and the absence of color. In light, black is the combination of all colors (black absorbs all radiant light) and in pigment the absence of any color.
Q:What are accesory pigments and why are they important?
Accessory pigments, also called, Photosynthetic Pigments or Chloroplast pigments, are pigments which are present within the cell of a Chloroplast used to harvest a greater spectrum of light.y are colored compounds which absorb and transfer light energy to chlorophyll. Pigments are light-absorbing molecules. In addition to chlorophyll,other pigments, principally yellow and orange carotenoids, as well asother forms of chlorophyll, are also present in green plants. These molecules absorb light and then pass the energy to the chlorophyll and accessory pigments, like the carotenoids, enable the plants to use more ofthe light than is trapped by chlorophyll alone.
Q:how are pigments classified?
Usually by what color they produce, i.e. all red pigments are classified together.
Q:complete the table below to organize your thoughts about plant pigments?
pigment: .... reflected color to eyes .. what color of light it absorbs Chl a reflects green spectra between the blue and red absorption peaks. Some is absorbed at blue 450nm but most absorbed at red 680 - 700nm. Chl b reflects green spectra between the blue and red absorption peaks with a difference in which peak is stronger. Most is absorbed at blue 470 but also some at blue 430 and red 640 nm. Cartenoids reflect yellow, orange, or red and absorbs blue to blue-green light spectra. Xanthophyll absorbs well at 400-530 nm. Xanthophylls are a common sub class of the carotenoid pigment group. Beta-carotene absorbs most strongly between 400-500 nm.

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