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CARBON BLACK | ADDITIVES


At Russia’s Omsk Carbon Group, Ivan


Maslenikov, Head of Product Development, Marketing and Strategic Development, says that with global trends towards sustainability and health putting more attention on chemical purity of products intended for contact with people, food and water, the company has been working on innovations to deliver carbon black with significantly reduced PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon) content. Two new grades, Omcarb S500FA and Omcarb S600FA, are intended for a broad range of applications, including toys, home appliances and domestic tools, sport equipment, clothing and materials, which may come into direct contact with potable water. “Producers of pressure pipes for potable water


and gas, thin and multilayer films, and fibres demand enhanced dispersibility, good production efficiency and long product service life,” Maslenikov says. “For those applications, Omsk Carbon Group specially developed P-type grades Omcarb P72 and Omcarb P108 with outstanding physical and chemical cleanliness, good filter pressure values, low moisture absorption and improved pellet properties.” These grades too are


said to have very low levels of PAH. Deep blacks are proving increasingly popular in plastics applications due to the association between black depth and quality, according to Birla Carbon. “Plastic formulators are looking for ever-increasing jetness in their finished product,” says Fabrizio Rossin, Plastic Sector Head at Birla Carbon Italy. “Deep black is becoming more prominent in the automotive industry. Car interiors are showing more jet black components. In consumer electronics, brands are using deep black exteriors to add value to their offerings. Home appliances are also turning a deeper shade of black. Deep black plastics, with a smooth surface finish, are also being used to


Above: Omsk Carbon has extended its line of low-PAH carbon blacks with two new grades


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