Process profitably. Do your own color blending

LL SCHEINER LL

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Abstract

This is a report on the use of in- plant color- blending facilities in plastics processing plant followed by presentation of a guide to the different appra followed by presentation of a guide to the different approaches that can be taken and to the benefits they offer. Two techniques, namely dry color and the use of concentrate, are comprehensively discussed and compared with each other from technical and economic viewpoints. Recommendations for practice are included together with cost considerations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPlastics Technol
Pages38-39
Number of pages2
Volume17
Edition7
StatePublished - 1800

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Color
Plastics
Economics
Processing
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SCHEINER LL, LL. (1800). Process profitably. Do your own color blending. In Plastics Technol (7 ed., Vol. 17, pp. 38-39)

Process profitably. Do your own color blending. / SCHEINER LL, LL.

Plastics Technol. Vol. 17 7. ed. 1800. p. 38-39.

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SCHEINER LL, LL 1800, Process profitably. Do your own color blending. in Plastics Technol. 7 edn, vol. 17, pp. 38-39.
SCHEINER LL LL. Process profitably. Do your own color blending. In Plastics Technol. 7 ed. Vol. 17. 1800. p. 38-39
SCHEINER LL, LL. / Process profitably. Do your own color blending. Plastics Technol. Vol. 17 7. ed. 1800. pp. 38-39
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