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Carbon Black
Carbon Black Prices
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furnace black (F) grade; conducting (CF) grade; fine (FF) grade; high modulus (HMF) grade; high elongation (HEF) grade; reinforcing (RF) grade; semi reinforcing (SRF) grade; high abrasion (HAF) grade; super abrasion (SAF) grade; fast extruding (FEF) grade; general purpose grade (GPF) grade; intermediate super abrasion (ISAF) grade; channel replacement (CRF) grade; and easy processing (EPF) grade.
Carbon black is mainly employed in rubber reinforcement; carbon paper; tire/belt production; battery electrodes; and antioxidant. It is also used as black pigment; electrical conductor; UV-light absorber; colorant; opacifier; and antioxidant.
molded carbon; titanium carbide; and tungsten carbide.
  • Heavy fuel/residual oils (oil-furnace/furnace black process)
  • Natural gas (thermal black process)
  • Acetylene (acetylene black process)
  • Heavy fuel/residual oils (gas black process)
  • High aromatic hydrocarbon content oil (lamp black process)
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Carbon Black is a generic term for a family of highly dispersed elemental carbon, with nano sized particles. Carbon black is a black powder, of extremely fine particles, insoluble in water. It differs from other bulk carbon forms (such as diamond, graphite, coke, etc.) since it is composed of complex configurations aggregates, with nano material like properties. Carbon black is considered one of the most stable chemical products in existence. The powder has been used as a pigment since Paleolithic times, being produced by burning vegetable oils. After the discovery of the benefits of carbon black as a reinforcing agent for rubber in 1904, its production rapidly grew. Currently, it is the most widely used nano-material worldwide, although substitution by silica may affect the market.
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Chart Description. Intratec provides Carbon Black prices in several countries, as follows:

  • United States Flag United States: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Germany Flag Germany: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • China Flag China: export price, FOB, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Thailand Flag Thailand: export price, FOB, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Saudi Arabia Flag Saudi Arabia: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Brazil Flag Brazil: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)

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About Carbon Black. Carbon Black is a generic term for a family of highly dispersed elemental carbon, with nano sized particles. Carbon black is a black powder, of extremely fine particles, insoluble in water. It differs from other bulk carbon forms (such as diamond, graphite, coke, etc.) since it is composed of complex configurations aggregates, with nano material like properties. Carbon black is considered one of the most stable chemical products in existence. The powder has been used as a pigment since Paleolithic times, being produced by burning vegetable oils. After the discovery of the benefits of carbon black as a reinforcing agent for rubber in 1904, its production rapidly grew. Currently, it is the most widely used nano-material worldwide, although substitution by silica may affect the market.

Commercial Grades. furnace black (F) grade; conducting (CF) grade; fine (FF) grade; high modulus (HMF) grade; high elongation (HEF) grade; reinforcing (RF) grade; semi reinforcing (SRF) grade; high abrasion (HAF) grade; super abrasion (SAF) grade; fast extruding (FEF) grade; general purpose grade (GPF) grade; intermediate super abrasion (ISAF) grade; channel replacement (CRF) grade; and easy processing (EPF) grade.

Uses. Carbon black is mainly employed in rubber reinforcement; carbon paper; tire/belt production; battery electrodes; and antioxidant. It is also used as black pigment; electrical conductor; UV-light absorber; colorant; opacifier; and antioxidant.

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Raw Materials & Production Processes.

  • Heavy fuel/residual oils (oil-furnace/furnace black process)
  • Natural gas (thermal black process)
  • Acetylene (acetylene black process)
  • Heavy fuel/residual oils (gas black process)
  • High aromatic hydrocarbon content oil (lamp black process)

Derivatives. molded carbon; titanium carbide; and tungsten carbide.

Chemical Formula. C

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