The plastics industry is one of the largest and most important industries in the world. It is responsible for the production of a wide variety of plastic products, from food packaging to toys to medical devices.


One of the essential components in the plastics industry is additives, which enhance the performance and properties of plastic products. Metallic stearates and stabilizers are among the most commonly used additives in the plastics industry.


Metallic stearates, also known as metallic soaps, are composed of stearic acid and various alkali metals such as aluminum, calcium, magnesium, and zinc. They serve as multipurpose polymer additives, providing functions such as lubrication, mold release, and antistatic properties. Metallic stearates are widely used in the production of various plastic products such as polyolefins, PVC, and rubber.


Stabilizers, on the other hand, are additives that increase the stability and durability of plastic materials, preventing them from degrading over time due to exposure to heat, light, or other environmental factors. PVC stabilizers, in particular, are commonly used in the production of PVC products such as pipes, cables, and films.