Carbon Black

Carbon Black with relatively high surface area and low structure, suitable for rubber products that need high tear strength, low viscosity and long scorch times.

Its low structure makes it an ideal substitute for Channel blacks comparable.

The low structure and the relatively high surface area allow the rubber to have high tear and cut resistance.

It is used in tire casing, mountain tire treads and solid industrial tires. It is also used in inks, paints and plastics, where it has high staining strength and provides good luster.


Processing Features:

Excellent resistance of the unvulcanized compound.

Low viscosity resulting in excellent resistance to scorch.

Low structure and relatively high surface area, impart high elongation and good resistance to tearing.


Typical Applications:

Tires for passenger vehicles with tread with coated steel.

Tires for truck, with tread and casing with coated steel.

Applications of industrial products that require a unique processing or characteristics of high resistance to tearing.


Physical and Chemical Properties: