The KapoK range of masterbatches by Kandui is customised for man-made yarns and the company offers these masterbatches for man-made fibres such as polyester, polypropylene and nylon. It has more than 3,000 shades in this range. The KoloKan range of masterbatches is meant for polyolefinic resins and comes in over 10,000 shades. The company also makes custom colours for specific applications.
“Kandui takes the selection of pigment, additive and polymer into consideration for designing colour masterbatches with perfect gloss and dispersion. It supplies masterbatches to be used in textiles, stitching threads, narrow woven fabrics, luggage belts, socks, handles, webbing belts, ropes, disposable masks, diapers, raffia, carry bags, drums and more,” said Sagar Khedikar, Business Development Manager Exports, Kandui.
The K-2016 trade fair for plastic and rubber will have panel discussions, talks and keynote speeches on different themes related to the plastic industry. (KD)
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