Colorful ASA Mastebatch is a high technology Polymer be made from virgin ASA synthetic resin,Colorful masterbatch,special additives .The product main be used in ASA roof sheet, outdoor furniture,Plastic steel coil,PVC window ,PVC panel,Wood thermo - plastic composite(WPC) ,Auto Plastic spare parts .The ASA masterbatch with good weathering resistance and resistance ultraviolet radiation of ABS, higher long-term heat resistance, and better chemical resistance. more resistant to environmental stress cracking especially to alcohols and many cleaning agents. better low-temperature properties to other plastic materials.
Advantage & Application:
ASA has high outdoor weather ability; it retains gloss, color, and mechanical properties in outdoor exposure. It has good chemical and heat resistance, high gloss, good antistatic properties, and is tough and rigid. It is used in applications requiring weather ability, e.g. commercial siding, outside parts of vehicles, or outdoor furniture.
ASA is compatible with some other plastics, namely polyvinyl chloride and polycarbonate. ASA-PVC compounds are in use.
ASA can be processed by extrusion and coextrusion, thermoforming, injection molding, extrusion blow molding, and structural foam molding.
ASA is mildly hygroscopic; drying may be necessary before processing.
ASA exhibits low moulding shrinkage.
ASA can be used as an additive to other polymers, when their heat distortion (resulting in deformed parts made of the material) has to be lowered.
ASA can be coextruded with other polymers, so only the ASA layer is exposed to high temperature or weathering. ASA foils are used in in-mold decoration for forming e.g. car exterior panels.
ASA can be welded to itself or to some other plastics. Ultrasonic welding can be used to join ASA to PVC, ABS, SAN, PMMA, and some others.
ASA can be solvent-welded, using e.g. cyclohexane, 1,2-dichloroethane, methylene chloride, or 2-butanone. Such solvents can also join ASA with ABS and SAN. Solutions of ASA in these solvents can also be used as adhesives.
ASA can be glued with cyanoacrylates; uncured resin can however cause stress cracking. ASA is compatible with acrylic-based adhesives. Anaerobic adhesives perform poorly with ASA. Epoxies and neoprene adhesives can be used for bonding ASA with woods and metals.
Compared to polycarbonate, ASA has higher resistance to environmental stress cracking, and exhibits higher yellowing in outdoor applications. Compared to polypropylene, ASA has lower moulding shrinkage (0.5% vs 1.5%), higher stiffness, impact resistance, heat distortion temperature, and weather ability.
25KG per PP bag or 750 kg per Bulk bag