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Pigment dispersions

Pigment dispersions (PD) are highly concentrated mixtures of colour pigments and additives. These mixtures are thoroughly mixed in a liquid component that is compatible with the polymer (which is to be coloured). Dispersions are available for PVC and polyurethane systems.
Available in various viscosities
liquid, pumpable to paste-like
Packaging sizes from 1 kg PE bags to 1000 kg steel tanks


Masterbatches (MB) are plastic additives in the form of granules with higher proportions of colourants and/or additives than in the end application. They are added to the raw polymer to colour it or change its properties. Compared to pastes, powders or liquid additives, they increase process reliability and are very easy to process.

There are generally three groups of masterbatches:

  • Color masterbatches used for coloring plastic products.

  • Additive masterbatches that ensure certain properties of the end products, such as UV stabilization, flame retardancy, antistatic or antiblock.

  • Combination masterbatches that contain both colorants and additives.


Polyvinyl chloride is an amorphous, thermoplastic material. It is hard and brittle, white in color and only becomes softer, malleable and suitable for technical applications through the addition of plasticizers and stabilizers.

Please ask for our types in the following areas:
Soft and rigid PVC, all Shore hardnesses (from SH A 40) and specific weights, special settings migration-resistant, physiologically harmless and special colors.


Thermoplastic elastomers are plastics that behave similarly to classic elastomers at room temperature, but can be plastically deformed when heat is applied and therefore exhibit thermoplastic behavior.
Good adhesion to other materials
Softtouch (haptics)
Easy to process


Thermoplastic polyurethane TPUs are plastics or synthetic resins that are formed from the polyaddition reaction of a polyester or an acrylate and a polyisocyanate.
Good adhesion to other materials
Softtouch (haptics)
Easy to process


LSF / HFFR compounds are halogen-free, flame-retardant polyolefins with different LOIs.