LiquiSol Liquid Colorants

The Liquid Color Advantage

LiquiSol™ liquid color can be used in virtually any type of resin system for thermoplastics. It is part of the matrix of product forms marketed and manufactured by Plastics Color Corporation. LiquiSol color can be used in a broad range of applications, including extrusion, blow molding, and injection molding.

Plastics Color is experienced in discussing liquid color's potential advantages in terms of color or additives systems.

Through the years we have developed several technical innovations that allow us to deliver what we feel is the very best materials, equipment and expertise in the industry. To get to this point, we have developed advanced carrier systems, by partnering with industry leaders and supply chain partners.

Variety of Processes

LiquiSol is engineered to improve the aesthetics, sustainability, performance, and processing of products. To better serve its customers, LiquiSol is offered for multiple processes including PET Processing, Rubber Processing, Rigid PVC Pipe, PVC Extrusion Foaming, Structural Foam, Injection Molding, Rotational Molding, Blow Molding, and Sheet Extrusion.

Proud To Partner With You

To ensure our customers are getting the most out of the Plastics Color processes, we proudly partner with each one to ensure all needs are met in the most efficient and cost effective way possible. Our liquid experts provide a complete analysis of each customer’s manufacturing center. We then recommend the best type of colorants based on each individualized situation to finding solutions in even the most complicated color demands. For each Plastics Color customer, we stand proudly here for you.

Why Consider LiquiSol in Your Operation?

Liquid colorant is a dispersion of pigments and/or dyes in specially selected liquid vehicles, which can be customized to the polymer and process that is best for each customer. These specialized vehicles guarantee the colorant will have total compatibility with the polymer. It also promotes rapid and complete distribution of the liquid color concentrate into the polymer liquid. The result is fewer processing problems.

While liquid color processing may be beneficial to many plastics molders, Plastics Color knows it is not right for everyone. The best way to determine this is to speak to one of our account representatives. Each one understands the ins and outs of both liquid color and color concentrates and can demonstrate the comparison of the features and benefits of each.

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