Carbon Black

CARBON BLACKS are powdered forms of highly dispersed elemental carbon manufactured by controlled vapour-phase pyrolysis of hydrocarbons. There are a number of different types of carbon black, produced by different industrial processes, including acetylene black, channel black, furnace black, lamp black and thermal black. Average particle diameters in several commercially-produced carbon blacks range from 0.01 to 0.4 micrometres (Ám), while average aggregate diameters range from 0.1 to 0.8Ám. Most types of carbon black contain over 97 to 99% elemental carbon. Carbon blacks may also contain chemically bound hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur. The oxygen content is of greatest importance for their application. Oxygen is bound to the surface in the form of mainly acidic or basic functional groups. Because of their source materials, the methods of their production and their large surface areas and surface characteristics, commercial carbon blacks typically contain varying quantities of adsorbed by-products from the production processes, particularly aromatic compounds. Typical classes of chemicals adsorbed onto the carbon black surface are carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), nitro derivatives of PAHs and sulfur-containing PAHs. The presence of these compounds can significantly increase the hazards of carbon black exposure.

Applications

 Tyre tread

 Conveyor belt  V belt

 OTR tyre

 Hoses  Wires
 Foot wear  Moulded Products

 Cables

 Inks  Pigments  Airbags
 Mechanical goods  Tyre Carcass

 Tubes

 Plastics  Extrusion Products

 Railway Pads

 Rubber  Plastics

 Retreat

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Research & Development

Giriraj Exports strongly emphasizes on quality control via its research and development. It has the most accurate and reliable scientific instruments required to test the material and maintain its standards. Qualified and efficient chemists are employed to complement the available highly sophisticated laboratory. Learn more...