A NIR-reflective black inorganic pigment with high colour strength and opacity.
Sucopal Black K 0098 FK
$0.00Market: Consumer Goods/Appliance, Custom Compounder, Engineered Plastics, Film & Flexible Packaging, Masterbatch & Pigment Preparations, Plastics, PVC, Recycled Plastic, Rubber
Product Type: Pigment
Product Category: Inorganic Pigments
Sucopal® Black K 0098 FK contributes to smarter recycling of plastics by replacing carbon black. Conscious is colorful!
Sicopal Black K 0098 FK is an NIR-reflective inorganic black pigment that allows the reliable detection of polymer scrap, even at high pigment content. Even traces of Carbon Black can hinder the near infrared reflection (NIR) sorting of polymer scrap due to the pigments absorbing properties. Consequently, the plastic can not be detected for further recycling and the waste will be incinerated or landfilled.
Sucopal Black K 0098 FK pigment enables the sorting of black and other dark plastics by waste recycling companies. Thanks to its high purity and excellent processing stability it can even be used for multiple processing steps and closed loop recycling.
Food compliance: Sucopal Black K 0098 FK has been designed to enable sorting of colored plastics for recycling. Offers high color strength, opacity and food contact compliance.
Applications: Packaging & Consumer Goods, Building & Construction, Automotive
Features and Benefits:
- NIR-reflective black with high color strength and opacity
- Recommended to enable sorting of black plastics for recycling, e.g. in polyolefin and PET
- High temperature and chemical resistance, even for the most challenging fields of application
- As a sustainable shading partner replacing Carbon Black in all formulations
- Excellent process stability and durability, ideal for multiple processing and life cycles
- No migration and warping
|Colour Index™||P.Br. 29|
|Food Contact Support||Yes|
|Suitability/Substrate||PVC, LL / LDPE, HDPE, PP, PA6, PET, PC, PMMA, PS, HIPS, ABS, SAN, Rubber, PUR|
*Product is known as Sicopal Black K 0098 outside of Canada