Improving PVC & Cables with Additives. Calcites
In order to make PVC or cables more robust and improve their quality, you need to use certain additives. Calcite is a perfect example of an additive that drastically changes specific properties of the end product. However, before being used in the production cycle, the material must be processed and turned into a fine powder. The size of particles depends greatly on the desired quality of the end product. If you want to learn how you can enhance your product, please call us now and receive consultations from our specialists.
Plastic and its molecular structure can be adjusted and manipulated by using certain additives. Amongst the most desirable outcomes of using additives are reduced production cost and slight enhancements of physical properties of the end product. The most commonly used fineness of the powder for the PVC industry is around 800mesh.
Necessary equipment to produce calcite powder
In order to produce an 800mesh calcite powder, you will need to use specific machinery. Three-ring powder mills and ball mills are usually used to reach the desired level of fineness in the material.
Strommashina is proud to present our strengthened ultrafine mills and regular ultrafine mills. The material is usually preemptively prepared for further grinding. Larger stones are crushed into smaller particles with hammer mills. Ultrafine mills are designed to effectively process these stones into a usable 800mesh powder that can be immediately used in the plastic production cycle! If you want to learn more about these machines, please contact our specialists right now!