Carbon Black

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Carbon black is the second-largest raw material for the rubber industry. According to worldwide statistics, 90% of the total consumption of carbon black for rubber, of which 67% is used by tires. The material is a hydrocarbon material (hydrocarbon and its derivatives), which is produced by incomplete combustion or cracking. It is mainly composed of carbon and exists in the form of approximately spherical colloidal particles and aggregates. Its particle size ranges from 10 nm to 100 nm and is one of the earliest nanomaterials used by humans. The porous structure and the physical and chemical properties of the carbon black surface show excellent reinforcement performance, tinting strength, and electrical conductivity. It is used in life-related industries, such as transport tire manufacturing, rubber machinery products, chemical fibers, dyes, coatings, printing inks. The carbon black can also be used for the production of conductive and shielding materials in the elements of electronic communication. more

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Carbon black is the second-largest raw material for the rubber industry. According to worldwide statistics, 90% of the total consumption of carbon black for rubber, of which 67% is used by tires. The material is a hydrocarbon material (hydrocarbon and its derivatives), which is produced by incomplete combustion or cracking. It is mainly composed of carbon and exists in the form of approximately spherical colloidal particles and aggregates. Its particle size ranges from 10 nm to 100 nm and is one of the earliest nanomaterials used by humans. The porous structure and the physical and chemical properties of the carbon black surface show excellent reinforcement performance, tinting strength, and electrical conductivity. It is used in life-related industries, such as transport tire manufacturing, rubber machinery products, chemical fibers, dyes, coatings, printing inks. The carbon black can also be used for the production of conductive and shielding materials in the elements of electronic communication.