The daily price of master batch March 1401

The price of each kilogram of Masterbatch is written in Tomans.

white 110110397.500
Glacier white1131142.500
Economic orange645067.500
pastel pink440794.500
pastel blue560588.500
economic blue565067.500
pastel green721094.500
economic green725067.500
oyster green7231128.500
oyster blue5631128.500
oyster white1141102.500
Fluorescent yellow8001141.500
Fluorescent yellow8001B115.500
Fluorescent pink8002133.500
Fluorescent pink8002B109.500
Fluorescent green8003133.500
Fluorescent green8003B109.500
Fluorescent purple8004133.500
Fluorescent purple8004B109.500
oyster red4131128.500
Fluorescent red8005133.500
Fluorescent red8005B109.500
Fluorescent orange8006143.500
Fluorescent orange8006B118.500
Magenta fluorescent8008142.500
Magenta fluorescent8008B115.500
Fluorescent blue8007136.500
Fluorescent blue8007B109.500

The price of white and colored masterbatch

The price of masterbatch is affected by the percentage and amount of pigments used, the type of pigment and the country of masterbatch production. The best pigments in the world are produced in Canada, Germany, India and China.
As you know, the higher the percentage of pigment used in the masterbatch, the better and stronger the color will be. Of course, there are specific rules for using pigments based on the existing formulations.
Of course, pigments are not the only ones that influence the price of masterbatch, but the type of color is one of the important factors in determining the price. The cost of dark green is different from light green or yellow.
This price increase is due to the continuous increase in the price of CaCo3 powder, titanium dioxide, polymers, carbon black, pigments, dyes and additives caused by several factors, including the dynamics of supply and demand, the continuous reduction of capacity in the pigment and dye industry, and others. .
Volatile global markets have far-reaching implications for manufacturing organizations. From rising energy costs to unexpected fluctuations in raw material costs, unforeseen disruptions destabilize supply chains and make things difficult for manufacturers. With many raw materials becoming more difficult to source, commodity price fluctuations may not be just a temporary phenomenon, and it will be up to manufacturers to cut excess costs to prevent price increases for their products.

Factors affecting the price of masterbatch

Masterbatch is a widely used additive in the plastics industry that is used to create color, improve durability, and enhance other properties of plastic polymers. The price of masterbatch can vary greatly depending on various factors. As an avid plastics enthusiast, I’m excited to dig deeper into these factors and discover what affects the price of a masterbatch.

One of the most important factors affecting the price of masterbatch is the type of polymer used. Different polymers have different chemical properties that require specialized masterbatch additives to improve their properties. For example, polypropylene requires a different masterbatch than polyethylene. As a result, the cost of masterbatch production and formulation required for each polymer can affect the final price of the product.

Another important factor affecting the price of masterbatch is the quality of raw materials used for its production. High-quality pigments and additives are more expensive than low-quality pigments, so using premium raw materials can increase the cost of masterbatch production. However, using high quality raw materials can also result in superior end products with better color consistency and durability.

The color and intensity of masterbatch also has a significant impact on its price. More vivid colors or unique shades require more pigment and specialized additives, which increase the cost of production. This is especially true for custom colors that are not commonly used in the industry. Color intensity also affects the price, as darker colors require more pigment and additives.
Supply and demand also significantly affect the price of a masterbatch. If there is high demand for a particular color or additive, manufacturers may charge a premium to meet that demand. On the other hand, excess supply or low demand for certain dyes or additives may lead to lower prices.

Finally, shipping costs can also affect the price of a masterbatch. The cost of transporting raw materials to production centers, sending finished products to customers, and delivering products to end users can increase the final price of masterbatch.

In conclusion, as someone who is very interested in plastics and their properties, I am happy to learn about the various factors that can affect the price of a masterbatch. From the type of polymer used to the quality of raw materials, color intensity, supply and demand, and shipping costs – all these factors play a role in determining the final price of a masterbatch. By understanding these factors, we can make more informed decisions when purchasing a masterbatch and ensure that we are getting the best bang for our buck.

The video you are watching is an example of the masterbatch packaging process.

How is the masterbatch price affected?

The price of masterbatch is affected by many factors and the price gap is relatively large. Different color masterbatch products have different prices due to different manufacturing processes and costs. Judging from the current market price trend, the price of color masterbatch and functional masterbatch is generally higher than white masterbatch and black masterbatch. Factors affecting the price of masterbatches are market factors and production costs. The difference in production raw materials and market development all affect the price of masterbatches.

The video you are watching is a part of the packaging process of our Baspar products.

How to reduce production cost and color masterbatch price?

As a professional manufacturer of color masterbatches and white masterbatches, how to control the production cost of color masterbatches and increase the profit margin is the main priority of production. If the amount required is high, instead of saving on the consumption of pure pigments, additional marginal cost in production should be considered.

1. Traditional method of color masterbatch production

Most masterbatches are still made primarily from powdered pigments. The pigment required for a color is thoroughly mixed with powdered plastic raw materials through dispersing aids such as wax, and then dispersed in a twin-screw extruder to evenly distribute the plastic raw materials.

The scattering effect in the double screw extruder in the laboratory does not necessarily correspond to the actual situation of the production line, so during production, the amount of color should be checked first and the necessary corrections should be made.

2. Single-component color masterbatch production

The production of monochrome masterbatch is completed in two stages. The first stage is the production of one component (first, the production of color masterbatch with high concentration) and then the production of color masterbatch. Dispersion of pigments in the highest allowed concentration in plastic raw materials is called single component method. Currently, organic pigments with a maximum concentration of 40-50% and inorganic pigments with a maximum concentration of 75% can be dispersed in plastics by extrusion to achieve a good dispersion effect.

Color adjustment and sampling of single components in the laboratory and production of masterbatches are all done by single screw extruders. Since the pigments are already dispersed, the various individual components only need to be melted and mixed in a single-screw extruder. Since the dispersion quality is the same in the laboratory and the actual production, the true transferability of the color value of the raw material obtained in the laboratory can be guaranteed in the actual production.

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