Conductive Carbon Black XCF (Granule)

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Conductive Carbon Black XCF (Granule)

Product Description:

Conductive Carbon Black XCF:
1. Usage : conductive rubber, plastic, radio conductive elements etc.;
2.Product Status: Black granular;
3.Standard: ISO 9001:2000

Suggest for Use:

This product has the low resistance or high resistance performance characteristics, can gift products conductive or anti-static function. Its characteristic is small particle size, specific surface area is large and rough, the structure is high, the surface clean (compounds less), etc.

USES: used for different products, such as conductive rubber, plastic, radio conductive elements etc.

TDS of the Conductive Carbon Black XCF :

Items

Unit

index

Dubigeoncm3/g

cm3/g

4.0-5.0

ResistivityΩ·m

Ω·m

0.8-1.0

PH

7-8

purity%

%

100

Oil Absorptionml/100g

ml/100g

220

Iodine Absorption(㎡/g

(㎡/g

650

Heating loss%≤

%

0.5

Ash    %≤

%

1.0-1.5

Semolina %≤

%

0

Hydrochloric acid to absorb ml/g≥

ml/g

4.0

Safety:

As a matter of good industrial hygiene, gloves and safety glasses with side shields or better eye protection should be worn when handing Carbon Black , For more information, refer to the MSDS.







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