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Fine Organics adds an injection molding machine and a spectrophotometer at its R&D centre

The Fine R&D Centre has added two more machines, an injection molding machine and a spectrophotometer, to its state-of-the-art application lab for polymer additives. Fine will use these machines to develop and enhance their line of slip additives, dispersants, antistatic agents and flow improvers.

injection_mouldingThe Injection Molding machine along with the relevant moulds will facilitate an in-depth study a wide range of additive functions. For example, a step chip mould will aid in developing data on the effect and efficiency of Fine's range of dispersing additives for filled / color formulations. The surface resistivity specimen mould will perform accurate testing of Fine's Antistatic additives range. The spiral flow mould will help in quantification of flow measurement with Fine's range of flow improvers. The cap mould will help to generate useful data on torque release measurements.

spectrophotometerThe Spectrophotometer will provide quantifiable data on dispersion characteristics in filled/color formulations. It will also help in calculating the required dosage of Fine's dispersing additives to achieve optimum results in masterbatches and compounds.

The Fine Organics team is focused on delivering innovative products centered around its customer's needs. A high-tech application laboratory is instrumental in helping us achieve this objective.