Anti-UV additive

Anti-UV additive is used to minimize and prevent degradative impacts of UV lights on end-products


Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from sunlight can cause damage to plastics, including degradation, discoloration, and loss of mechanical properties. These effects can be particularly problematic for outdoor applications, such as automotive parts, construction materials, and agricultural films.

An anti-UV additive is used to protect plastic materials from UV radiation. These additives work by absorbing or scattering the UV rays, preventing them from penetrating the plastic and causing damage. Anti-UV additives can be added to plastics during the production process, or they can be applied as a coating to the surface of the material.

There are various types of anti-UV additives available, including organic and inorganic compounds. The choice of additive will depend on the specific plastic material and its intended use, as well as the level of UV protection required. Factors such as the concentration of the additive, the thickness of the plastic material, and the expected level of UV exposure will also be taken into consideration.

At Europlas, we provide a range of anti-UV additives that are carefully chosen to meet our customers' specific needs. Our additives are formulated to provide excellent protection against UV radiation, while also maintaining the mechanical and aesthetic properties of the plastic material. 


  • Prevent UV light's negative impacts on end-products
  • Maintain end-products' mechanical properties and improve end-products' durability
  • Great dispersion without spots
  • Strongly absorb organic UV lights
  • Permanent effectiveness
Technical specifications
  • Storage: kept in dry condition
  • Delivery: made by sea or air transportation based on both parties's agreement 
  • Recommended usage rate: 0.5 - 3%


Plastic exteriors
Artificial grass
Stadium chairs
Cars' interiors and exteriors