About Chromaflo Technologies

Chromaflo Technologies originates from the global Evonik Colortrend and US based Plasticolors colorants business. Chromaflo has since added the Elementis Europe and CPS Color colorants businesses.

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If you require a sample or further information, please contact:

Oliver Manders-Naden
Technical Sales & Marketing | Tel: +44 (0) 7841 215 350

We can offer the following Plasticolors range of products.

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  • Colorants for Polyesters

    CF Pigment Dispersions for Polyesters

    CF pigment dispersions for thermoset polyester applications contain organic and inorganic pigments dispersed in a monomer free, unsaturated polyester carrier resin. These dispersions demonstrate excellent compatibility with a variety of polyester and vinyl ester molding systems.

    CF dispersions are formulated to provide low viscosity while maintaining high pigment concentrations. The dispersions are suitable for pumping and metering in automated systems. Benefits include excellent colour control as well as easy handling and faster blending.

    CF Series Technical Data

  • Colorants for Plasticised Systems

    DTP Pigment Dispersions for Plasticiser Containing Systems

    DTP pigment dispersions for plasticiser containing systems consist of organic and inorganic pigments suspended in DOTP, a non-phthalate plasticiser. The DTP pigment dispersions have been specifically developed for soft PVC, caulk/sealant, polymer and elastomer applications.

    DTP Series Technical Data

  • Colorants for Polyurethanes

    DL Pigment Dispersions for Polyurethanes

    DL pigment dispersions for polyurethane applications consist of organic and inorganic colorants dispersed in a 4800 Mw Triol with a hydroxyl number of 35. This carrier has been chosen for excellent compatibility with a wide range of urethane systems.

    DL Series Technical Data

  • Colorants for Epoxy Systems

    EDC ND Pigment Dispersions for Epoxy Systems

    EDC ND pigment dispersions for epoxy applications consist of organic and inorganic pigments milled in a 100% solids epoxy. These colorants contain an additive package that provides excellent color control and handling.

    The resins are compatible with a wide range of solvent borne and two component epoxy systems. The resins has an Epoxide Equivalent Weight (EEW) of 185 to 192. Benefits include excellent color control and lower viscosity.

    Primary applications include: epoxy composites and high performance protective coatings.

    EDC ND Series Technical Data

  • Colorants for Urethane Pultrusion

    UPL Pigment Dispersions for Thermoset Urethane Pultrusion

    UPL pigment dispersions consist of finely ground organic and inorganic pigments dispersed in a proprietary polyether polyol. The polyol is chosen for its optimal compatibility with urethane pultrusion chemistry and pigments are chosen based on criteria such as good weathering, UV stability, low abrasion and cost.

    UPL Series Technical Data

  • Thickeners for Polyester Molding

    AM Chemical Thickener Dispersions for Polyester Molding

    AM products are the most consistently reactive magnesium oxide dispersions available designed to deliver a specific controlled thickening response. AM products are manufactured using a technology designed to enhance consistency and predictability of thickening for SMC, BMC and TMC systems.

    AM technology includes an innovative breakthrough in quality control methodology to assure consistent thickening performance of the magnesium oxide dispersions. This methodology is based on state-of-the-art rheological instrumentation, analysis and advanced interpretation. These design components work in synergy to assist compounders and molders with optimizing consistent thickening and controlling molding viscosity.

    AM Series Technical Data

  • Liquid Inhibitor Additives

    IN Liquid Inhibitor Additives

    IN liquid inhibitor additives have been designed for use in the thermoset industry to manage storage stability and to delay premature gelation. The selection of an appropriate inhibitor is crucial to achieve the required fabrication performance. Selection of the inhibitor additive should be based on shelf-life requirements with regard given to minimizing the inhibitor’s effect on curing the resin matrix.

    IN liquid inhibitor additives eliminate airborne particles and provide improved handling.

    IN Series Technical Data

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