Thermochromism and other factors impacting color in plastics production Deliver on consistent color quality
Thermochromism is the phenomenon of reversible change of color of a substance with the change of temperature. For high volume plastics producers and converters, this phenomenon can cause delay in production and impact product quality. This short video explains how you may overcome this challenge:
Thermochromism is just one factor that can impact the color quality of your products. whether you’re an automotive interior manufacturer, resin producer, masterbatcher, plastics processor or hard goods retailer, achieve the right color is critical for you and your customers.
But the plastics production is complex, and materials and applications vary widely. That’s why it’s so important to carefully control the process from start to finish.
Download our plastics industry guide to learn:
Why relying on our eyesight alone to evaluate colors doesn’t work
The biggest color-related challenges companies in the plastics industry face
How choosing the right color technology can help your business succeed—and even help you become more sustainable
How other plastics companies are controlling color
… and more
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