Back and Seat are examples of VLC Series 10 Liquid Color for polypropylene with an antioxidant stabilization package and a Hindered Amine Light Stabilizer (HALS)

Color breathes life into plastic, and at Vortex Liquid Color we have the products and people that can help your company achieve this goal, by providing the latest technology in liquid colorant for many of the plastics used today. We have raised the bar for liquid colorant by following our commitment to continuous-improvement in every product that we manufacture.

Vortex Liquid Color offers innovative solutions to many of your color requirements by custom designing not only the color, but by developing a liquid colorant that will maximize your products quality at the lowest possible cost. Our customers depend on our products to deliver a color that will maintain a uniform color, hold a tight tolerance, and not interfere with processing.

Vortex Liquid Color manufactures liquid colorant dispersions for resins in three different markets:

Thermoplastic


Example of VLC Series 10 Liquid Color for polypropylene modified with an antioxidant stabilization package
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Example of VLC Series 10 Liquid Color for polypropylene modified with an antioxidant stabilization package and a Hindered Amine Light Stabilizers (HALS)

This technology provides solutions to a variety of applications and offers a more economical option for processors in the blow molding, extrusion, injection molding, and rotational molding markets. This innovative product line will not only lower your costs, it will maximize production efficiencies through reduced purging, provide lower letdowns, facilitate faster color changes, and reduced scrap.

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Thermoset


Example of our VLC Series 51 Liquid Color in the see-through door made with a proprietary co-polyester/polycarbonate blend. ABS is than used for the overmolded areas and is colored with our VLC Series 60 Liquid Color

A low viscosity liquid at room temperature, and not a paste, that is what makes these Polyether Polyol-based dispersions with a molecular weight of 2000 and a hydroxyl number of 56 an ideal system for most polyurethane foams, coatings, and elastomers.

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Dispersions

Single pigments dispersed in a non-phthalate (DOTP - Dioctyl Terephthalate) or a phthalate free (ESO - Epoxidized Soybean Oil) carrier system.

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