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Concentrates and Acceptable Modifications at the Molder

Gain insights on the acceptable modifications of color and other additive concentrates to plastic materials at the molder for finished plastic parts used within electrical equipment.

Various colors of plastics and tags

This on-demand webinar covers color and other additive concentrates intended to be dry blended by a part molder/fabricator or distributor with a plastic base resin. UL experts will cover acceptable modifications to plastic materials at the molders into a finished plastic part. These plastic parts may be used as enclosures, electrical insulation and other parts within electrical equipment.

Learning objectives:

  • How to find recognized concentrates
  • Understand the testing requirements for different concentrates
  • How to use concentrates with recognized materials.


Kenneth R. Vessey, Jr., senior staff engineer and distinguished member of technical staff, UL

Webinar date:

Nov. 11, 2020

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Concentrates and Acceptable Modifications at the Molder



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