It is important to understand more to know more UV stabilized plastic.
Let’s start by defining what UV-stabilized plastic is. It’s an addition added to, for example, a formula to keep artwork beautiful and clean for the longer term.
It’s no secret that light from ultraviolet sources can cause damage. The UV radiation could cause yellowing, gloss loss as well as cracking, chalking and flaking. If it’s about the art world, there’s nothing better than having artwork damaged by epoxy resin that turns yellow.
Two light stabilisers can be included in some items, HALS and Stabilizing UV lights. UV stabilizer takes care of some of the negative effects that happen from ultraviolet light, but doesn’t effectively protect against the yellowing. HALS is the key component. HALS has been added to target the yellowing by interrupting it to make it more likely that it will occur.
Do you have any questions about UV-stabilized plastics? Watch the below video! This video explains in depth what UV stabilized plastic actually is and what it is employed for, as well as the various options.