Carbon Black


Car­bon blacks have spe­cial pro­per­ties that can also be influen­ced by the method of manu­fac­tu­re and by vary­ing the pro­cess para­me­ters. This means they can be used in a broad ran­ge of appli­ca­ti­on in diver­se areas:

Tyres, rub­ber, fric­tion linings and
tech­ni­cal rub­ber articles

- over 85% of car­bon black is used as a fil­ler in the rub­ber indus­try, pri­ma­ri­ly for car tyres. Rein­for­cing rub­ber is the­r­e­fo­re the most important use of car­bon black.

Dye, paint and compounds

- car­bon black is used as a black pig­ment for prin­ting inks, Indi­an inks, paints as well as for the manu­fac­tu­re and colou­ra­ti­on of deep black pla­s­tics – espe­ci­al­ly as UV protection.

Buil­ding materials

- ano­ther appli­ca­ti­on invol­ves car­bon black in the con­cre­te indus­try, or more spe­ci­fi­cal­ly for colou­ring con­cre­te pro­ducts, con­cre­te roof tiles and colou­red asphalt.

Metall­ur­gy, bat­te­ries, refrac­to­ry, insu­la­ti­on and sheets
and sheets

are fur­ther appli­ca­ti­ons for car­bon black.

Spe­cial appli­ca­ti­ons of car­bon black

– as con­duc­ti­ve black or lamp black – here it is used in the elec­tri­cal indus­try and as a raw mate­ri­al for engi­nee­ring cera­mics, car­bon brushes or as elec­tro­de mate­ri­al. Other appli­ca­ti­ons can be found in adhe­si­ves and sealants, fibres, paper and fleece.

Our exten­si­ve pro­duct port­fo­lio com­pri­sing various types of car­bon black offers you the right solu­ti­on for any requirement.

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