Recovered Carbon Black comes in a variety of compositions

Posted by Coherent Market insights on May 18th, 2022

Recovered Carbon Black comes in a variety of compositions, depending on the tyre material utilised and the processing conditions. The rCB displays a wide particle size distribution from micrometre to centimetre (inch) after leaving the individual type pyrolysis reactor, necessitating the employment of an efficient milling technology. In comparison to unprocessed rCB, which has a poor resale value, processed rCB has a twenty-fold rise in value.

Carbon black that has been recovered is utilised as a reinforcing agent in a variety of non-tire rubber goods. Conveyor belts, hoses, gaskets, seals, rubber sheets, geomembranes, and rubber roofing are among these goods. It\'s also used to add abrasion resistance to footwear rubber. Because it contains less ash, the recovered carbon black improves the strength of mechanical rubber goods. This application\'s rise is linked to the expanding rubber sector and the growing demand for ecologically friendly products.

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