Additive makes life simpler for plastic Industries as it refines the productivity and quality of the product. One such additive is ProAid that is added to increase filler in pvc pipes. ProAid is an excellent additive developed by Vin Industries that works as a quality enhancer in Casing Pipes, SWR Pipes, Rigid Pipes and Pressure Pipes.
ProAid is a qualitative additive for Casing Pipes that increases the filler loading.
Case Pipes are extensively utilized in irrigation, industrial mining, bore well- casing and chemical distribution.
The problem of moisture in the SWR pipes can be resolved by an effective additive ProAid that easily gets mixed in the polymer and improves productivity.
ProAid not only increases the filler loading however it is also effective in eradicating high burst pressure and increases surface finish in Rigid Pipes. ProAid reduces the machine load and enhance mechanical as well as physical properties.
The best feature of ProAid V005 is that it reduces the cost of resin in the pipes. This helps effectively increasing the percentage of filler. The Plastic pressure pipe is mostly used for drinking water etc.
The super qualitative additive ProAid provides better surface finish in pipes and increases the filler loading up to 30%. The unique additive is available in the form of white granules. It is a combine mixture of polymer base material which is coated with dispersing and coupling agents. ProAid is specially developed to offer finest interface amongst diverse constitutes in vinyl formulations and ensures consistency. Moreover, this additive is particularly favorable for an extensive range of Vinyl Processors.
Approximately 1.5% of ProAid is added to the weight of the total compound that retains other chemical compositions.
Proaid is used by several customers of plastic Industries as it
- Increases surface finish in PVC pipes
- Increases filler up to 30%
- Increases melt flow
- Enhances productivity
- Retain pipes strength
- Lower machine load
- Saves power
- Remove the problem of moisture, pinholes and porosity