Carbon black N234

What is carbon black N234?

Carbon black N234 recommended to be used in the surface material of high speed tires, and rubber products of high quality .

Besides that carbon black N234 shows well wear resistance under strong pressure. Although is good process ability, and glossy and flat surface after crushed, which fits for all high hysteresis rubber, while  N234 could easily get heated, and high hysteresis loss.

Differences of N234 and N220?

The rubber filled with grade of N234 provides  much better wear resistance intensity than filled with grade N220 and N330.

Advantage of 234 grade

N234 is about 10% wear resistance intensity higher than N220, especially shows well wear resistance under strong pressure. N234 is good process ability, glossy and flat surface after crushed, which fits for all kinds of rubbers, while it could easily get heated, and high hysteresis loss.

Usage of  black N234

Mainly carbon black N234 is used For the rubber products required for high strength and wear resistance.

Recommended also to be used in the tread rubber of tires for heavy lorries and also ordinary car .and Industrial rubber and conveyor belt. Also It’s applicable for wires and cables.

Packing’s our product

Packing in double layer Kraft paper-PE envelopes( 20-25 kg)

GradBag weight(kg)Pallet weight(kg)

Volume per 40

FCL

N-234201,10017.600

Bulk jumbo packing-double valve ,PP-PE(1,100kg)

GradeBag Weight(kg)Pallet Weight(kg)Volume per40 FCL
N-2341,1001,10022,000

How we are shipping?

Actually Depending on the grade of carbon black, we carry and load it.  According to the transportation ways of the buyer country, the method of loading it changes, usually through 40-foot containers, where each container changes from at least 15,489 to at least 22 depending on the grade of carbon black and the type of packaging.

Carbon black N234 properties analysis

SpecificationValue
AppearanceBlack granular
Iodine absorptions, g/kg115-126
CATB absorptive specific surface area, 103 m2/kg114-124
DBP absorption, 10-5 m3/kg120-130
Absorptive specific surface area, 103 m2/kg121-131
Tinting strength, %119-129
Compressed sample DBP absorption, 10-5 m3/kg95-105
Heat loss, %2.5 max.
Ash, %0.5 max.
Residue on 45μm sieve, %0.1 max.
Residue on 500μm sieve, %0.001 max.
300% modulus at a definite elongation, MPa-5.0- -1.5