With our mono colour masterbatches we offer manufacturers and processors of various plastic articles a simplified possibility to colour their products.

If you are tired of using dust-dry powder pigments, painstakingly dispersing them and prefer to achieve a high-quality end product in just a few steps, then we offer you a solution here.


Basically, powdered pigments have aggregates and agglomerates that cannot be further broken down into primary particles by milling processes. This challenge is mainly observed with the pigments phthalocyanine blue, phthalocyanine green, red, yellow, etc.

In conventional masterbatches, this challenge exists as such with only minor improvements.

These aggregates and agglomerates create so-called “specs” (poor dispersion due to insufficiently dispersed particles) in blown films, thin injection molded parts etc.

In our mono colour masterbatches, the pigment is dispersed to the finest possible particle size through the use of special dispersant and additives under strict process conditions.

These mono colour masterbatches offer excellent dispersion in end-use applications and are available in red, yellow, blue, green, violet and orange.


For customers or users who need to produce FDA-compliant plastic parts, there are masterbatches of each colour with FDA approval.

Field of application

Our mono colour masterbatches are particularly suitable for the following application areas:

  • Films (single and multilayer)
  • Blow moulding
  • PP fibres
  • Injection moulded parts (here especially thin-walled parts)
  • Compounds


  • Consistent colour strength
  • Excellent and uniform dispersion
  • Economic efficiency


We offer an economically attractive and user-friendly solution to produce high-quality plastic products in the simplest way by only adding 0.5 – 1.5% of our mono colour masterbatches.

For those who still prefer to work with the familiar powder pigments, the below mentioned post provides all the information you need about our wide and exciting powder pigment range:

Our pigment shop information tool

There are a large number of suppliers for inorganic and organic pigments. The agony of choice makes it difficult to find the right qualities and suppliers. To make life easier for our customers and to support them in product development, we launched our information tool www.pigmentshop.eu in summer 2020. Content The new information tool features…

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The overview of the individually available colour masterbatches and their properties can be found under the following link.

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