Carbon Black

Carbon Black

Once the Carbon Black coming out of the pyrolysis process has been refined according to the final end-use requirements, it achieves a high market value as product in a multitude of application areas.

Carbon Black out of tyres can be mixed with already existing Carbon Black and thereby adapted to different application areas.


Carbon Black has become the world’s most commonly used industrial chemical in a range of industries including tires, rubbers, inks, paints, batteries, belts and hoses, among many others. 

The car industry is the largest consumer and consumed almost 80% of the global Carbon Black in 2012.

The global market for Carbon Black is rising and extensive, with a total market value in 2008 of US$ 11 billion and reached US$ 14 billion by 2012.

Price: 420 $

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