plastic additives

Ripening Process

How to Stop the Clock on Ripening.

If you are in the industry of plastic manufacturing, you have likely used additives in one way or another. According to Statista, 35% of additives used in manufacturing are classified as flame retardants. When it comes to plastics that are being produced for food use, however, there is certainly more nuance to selecting the right …

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UV stabilization

The Best Plastic Additives for UV, Thermal, and Anti-Oxidant Stabilization

Manufacturers who work with plastic materials rely on plastic additives for a variety of purposes. The ultraviolet (UV), thermal, and anti-oxidant stabilization plastic additive properties provide cost-effective solutions to plastic protection. They prolong the life of polymers in various plastics by protecting them from degradation in unfavorable environments. Here are the protective benefits of Phoenix …

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flame retardant

Using Flame Retardants in Manufacturing

Flame retardants are in many consumer products. These are chemical compounds added to a variety of materials that help prevent or limit their combustibility. Adding these types of chemicals during the manufacturing process slows the spread of fire from consumer goods. Consumers rarely hear of or see the flame retardants that are in everyday products. …

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Phoenix Plastics

New Year Same Great Services at Phoenix Plastics

It’s a New Year, and Phoenix Plastics is happy to continue to provide the same great host of products and services to our clients in 2021.  Since 1996 we have been meeting and exceeding our client and industry standards for plastic manufacturing and plastic additives.  With over 75 years of combined experience among our staff, …

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The Difference Between Resins and Purging Compounds

Plastic components continue to serve the automotive, electrical appliance, and medical device industries, among others. Injection molding in particular assist organizations with developing innovative products that continue to enhance the modern economy. This also requires the use of resins and other chemical additives to mold products according to the exact specifications required. The use of …

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