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What kind of aromatic oil is used in carbon black process ?

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Old 01-09-2004, 10:00 AM
Zaz
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Default What kind of aromatic oil is used in carbon black process ?



Hello everybody !

first, excuse my approximative english speaking : i'm french...

Well, i'd like to know what is the most used oil in the carbon black
process.
I know that carbon black plants use high aromatic oil but i've no idea
about it formula...

Thanks

Daniel
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Old 01-09-2004, 01:46 PM
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Default What kind of aromatic oil is used in carbon black process ?

>From: [Only registered users see links. ] (Zaz)


No problem ...


We'll forgive that too ...


From what I recall, Carbon Black was produced by thermal decomposition of
natural gas ...
Another material called Lamp Black was made by oxygen deficient burning of Coal
Tar or the like ...
They are different though similar and have many of the same uses ... since they
are carbon ... and they are black ...some applications where properties like
hydrophilicity are important may not allow them to be interchanged ...
Any fat or oil or tar can be used to make lamp black ... the process parameters
have to be adjusted though ...






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Old 01-09-2004, 07:18 PM
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Default What kind of aromatic oil is used in carbon black process ?

There are actually several different feedstocks. Aromatic oils are
one. Acetylene is another, natural gas and many other hydrocarbons
have been used. They generally involve the incomplete combustion of
said hydrocarbons, leaving mostly carbon behind. What else do you
want to know?-Jitney
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