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Turkey carbon black

Carbon black (subtypes are acetylene black, channel black, furnace black, lamp black,thermal black ), is the name of a common black pigment, traditionally produced from charring organic materials such as wood or bone, and also it is produced primarily by pyrolysis of natural gas, petroleum parts and it the form of colloidal particles that are produced,it’s physical appearance is that of  a black.Finely divided pellet or powder.

We are exporting made Turkey carbon black to global market which is virtually pure elemental carbon.

Moreover, carbon black markets are insoluble in water and organic solvents. Additionally, various types differ in other chemicals and physical properties. Furthermore, understanding these differences is crucial for selecting the appropriate carbon black product for specific industrial applications. Additionally, comprehensive knowledge of the diverse chemical and physical characteristics of carbon black facilitates its effective utilization across various sectors

Furthermore, our Turkish carbon black boasts a purity level exceeding 90% worldwide. Additionally, our commitment to quality control ensures a 100% assurance of product quality. Moreover, immediate ordering options are available to streamline the procurement process for our valued customers. Additionally, our dedication to prompt service sets us apart in the global carbon black market.

Additionally, we are a supplier of premium-grade carbon, including N220, N234, N326, N330, N339, N375, N550, N660, and N772, as well as N880. Moreover, we specialize in exporting to the global market, with a particular focus on Morocco and Tunisia. Furthermore, our extensive range of carbon products caters to diverse industrial needs. Additionally, our commitment to quality and reliability sets us apart in the competitive market landscape.

What is made from?

rCB0302=good dispersion and dyeing performance with it’s high grain structure and large.

rCB0203=pressed with 35%  paraffin oil to prevent operational pollution  caused by dusting.

For Rubber Reinforced uses Carbon N550,N660,N330,N220

For Pigments uses black N220,N330

Used of carbon

-Turkey Carbon black mainly used strengthen rubber in tires and;

– UV stabilizer and conductive, insulating agent in a variety of rubber,

-Coating for electric wires,

-Plastic and coating application,

-Used for paints and costings,

-From vegetable origin is used as a food coloring

-Used in negative active mass electrodes of automotive and industrial batteries

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Packing of Turkey carbon black

Small jumbo bag

Big jumbo bag

Bulk trucks

Moreover, powder carbon black has a low pour density, which inherently leads to higher transportation costs. Consequently, it is typically packed in bags to mitigate these transportation expenses. Additionally, this packaging method ensures greater efficiency in handling and distribution processes.

Storage Turkey carbon black

Carbon black should be stored in a clean and dry space, away from exposure to high temperatures. Additionally, it is crucial to avoid contact with open flames and strongly aromatic chemicals during storage. Furthermore, packing carbon black in double-layer kraft paper-PE envelopes (20-25 kg) enhances its protection and ensures safe handling during transportation.

Additionally, adherence to proper storage protocols is essential to maintain the quality and integrity of carbon black products

Grade Bag Weight (kg)

Pallet Weight (kg)

Volume per 40 FCL

17.600 17.600 22.000 19.360 18.480 15.480 18.480 22.000

N220 20 1,100 N234 20 1,100 N326 25 1,375 N330 22 1,210 N339 21 1,155 N375 21 1,155 N550 21 1,155 N660 25 1,375

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

Grade Bag Weight (kg) Pallet Weight (kg)

N220 1,100 1,100 N234 1,100 1,100 N326 1,100 1,100 N330 1,100 1,100 N339 1,100 1,100 N375 1,100 1,100 N550 1,100 1,100 N660 1,100 1,100

Volume per 40 FCL : 28MT

Price of Turkey carbon black

Given that carbon black’s pricing hinges largely on specific raw materials, auxiliary components, and utility costs, fluctuations in crude oil or haz prices exert a significant influence on carbon black pricing. Additionally, as a consequence, variations in the costs of these essential elements directly impact the overall pricing dynamics of carbon black. Consequently, any fluctuations in crude oil or haz prices can cause noticeable shifts in the market value of carbon black. Therefore, it’s imperative for stakeholders to closely monitor and adapt to changes in these key factors to effectively manage carbon black pricing.

Moreover, the price varies for Turkey carbon black, depending on the grade of the product. Additionally, as the demand for vehicles increases, it is expected that the automotive market will rise notably. Furthermore, this factor is predicted to fuel the demand for carbon black.

Specification of Turkey carbon black

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No. Quality SpecificationASTMN-220N-234N-326N-330N-339N-375N-550N-660N-772
1Iodine Adsorption Number,(g/kg)D1510121 ± 5120 ± 582 ± 582 ± 590 ± 590 ± 543 ± 536 ± 530 ± 5
2Oil Absorption Number (OAN),(ml/100g)D2414114 ± 5125 ± 572 ± 5102 ± 5120 ± 5114 ± 5121 ± 590 ± 565 ± 5
3Pour Density,(kg/m3)D1513355 ± 20320 ± 20455 ± 20380 ± 20345 ± 20345 ± 20360 ± 20440 ± 20520 ± 20
4Heating Loss,(max%)D1509111111111
5Toluene Solvent Discoloration,(min%)D1618858585858585757560
6PHD15127.5 – 97.5 – 97.5 – 97.5 – 97.5 – 97.5 – 97.5 – 97.5 – 97.5 – 9
7Fines Content-QBag,(max%)D1508777777777
8Fines Content-Bag,(max%)D1508101010101010101010
9Individual Pellet Hardness-Max 20,(CN)D3313505050505050505050
10Individual Pellet Hardness-Ave 20,(CN)D331310 – 4010 – 4010 – 4010 – 4010 – 4010 – 4010 – 4010 – 4010 – 40
11Sieve Residue-No 35 US Std max,(ppm)D1514101010101010101010
12Sieve Residue-No 325 US Std max,(ppm)D1514100010001000100010001000100010001000
13Ash Content,(max%)D15060.750.750.750.750.750.750.750.750.75

Specifications of Carbon Black

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