Mechanical surface damage such as scratch and abrasion can happen during shipping, assembly, or regular use and handling.
To improve the qualities of a chemical, additives are compounds that are added to the chemical. Industries purchase additives, which are typically present in modest amounts and used for a variety of functions. It is utilised for food preservation, polymer stabilisation, and corrosion prevention.
When better resistance is required, many formulations call for the use of Scratch & Mar Resistance agents. A wise decision could have a favourable impact on the features of other final coatings because an agent has an impact on several attributes.
The ability of a coating to withstand damage brought on by light abrasion is referred to as mar resistance. Mar can also be described as a type of physical harm to a coating that only affects the top few micrometres of the coated surface.
A balanced beam outfitted with a U-loop stylus that, when loaded, presses down on the coating and is moved across it is used to conduct the mar resistance test in accordance with ASTM D5178.
The Global Anti-Mar additives Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Scratch and mar resistance additives from Cesa.
Cesa Scratch & Mar Resistance Additives are specialised solutions that enable producers to create goods that better keep their completed quality.
With the aid of this technology, objects can be made that are less likely to scuff or scratch while being manufactured, shipped, or used often, hence keeping their “like-new” appearance for a longer period of time.
Cesa Scratch & Mar Resistance Additives can be utilised in a variety of processes, such as extrusion, injection moulding, blow moulding, or thermoforming, and have been shown to be compatible with a wide range of polymers. For a smooth deployment and to make sure performance standards are met.
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