What is carbon black N550
Carbon black N550 certainly is black bead or granular or grain and amorphous solid, and actually It is features moderate wear resistance, good rubber processing and good extrusion performance which can be used in tire inner liners, tubbing, carcass, profiles, hoses, hose cover, cable jacketing and mainly plastic conduit compounds requiring excellent dimensional stability too.
However carbon N550 is odorless with burning point more than 400c, water insoluble , non-poisonous As well as stable chemical properties, excellent weather and light fastness, and Furthermore this Carbon black is used in fabric cord of tire side, extrusion and rolling compounds N550 is preferred to use with N660 too.
Usage of black N550
Mainly N550 used in many different industries such as rubber industry, plastic, paint and pigment industry, and although used In cord layer of tire and sidewall of tires too.
And also N550 Improves the durability, strength and color of rubber-based materials and increases overall performance, depending on its structure and usage rate.
Actually Carbon black N550 also used in rubber industry, rubber shoes and all kinds of rubber products, And finally its correctly used in the plastic industry in medical instruments, electrical cables and adhesive properties that protect from ultraviolet rays.
Packing in double layer Kraft paper-PE envelopes( 20-25 kg)
Volume per 40
Bulk jumbo packing-double valve,PP-PE(1,100kg)
Volume per40 FCL
How we are shipping the carbon N550
In addition Depending on the grade of carbon black, we carry and load it, And 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.
Properties and analysis of product
Iodine absorptions, g/kg
CATB absorptive specific surface area, 103 m2/kg
DBP absorption, 10-5 m3/kg
Absorptive specific surface area, 103 m2/kg
Tinting strength, %
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Compressed sample DBP absorption, 10-5 m3/kg
Heat loss, %
Residue on 45μm sieve, %
Residue on 500μm sieve, %
300% modulus at a definite elongation, MPa