OnColor™ IR Sortable Black for Recyclable Packaging
OnColor™ Infrared (IR) Sortable Black for Recyclable Packaging is a black colorant created without the addition of carbon black pigments. It permits black polymers to be detected by near infrared (NIR) automatic sorting equipment, enabling subsequent recycling.
Anti-fogging additives are a cost-efficient means of maintaining the high-optical qualities of polyolefin films used to pack perishable foods.Learn More
Lowers the coefficient of friction (COF) of the surface of thermoformed containers to allow their easy separation.Learn More
Product description, key characteristics, and applications of OnColor™ IR Sortable Black.
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|IR Detectable Sortable Blacks for Recyclable Packaging - Product Bulletin (Chinese)||Product Bulletin||A range of colorants created without the addition of carbon black pigment. It permits black and dark polymers to be detected by near infrared (NIR) automatic sorting equipment. (Chinese language version)||View|
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