Recovered Carbon Black

Recovered Carbon Black (rCB) is the solid output from the pyrolysis of waste tires. Its carbon footprint is significantly lower than that of virgin carbon blacks, and can replace most medium to low reinforcement grades of virgin carbon black in rubber compounds.

Recovered carbon black can also be referred to as recycled carbon black, reclaimed carbon black or eco carbon black. In addition to rubber reinforcement, potential applications of rCB include plastics, performance coatings, films, toners, and printing inks.

Using recovered carbon black to replace traditional carbon black in your process will allow you to be more eco-friendly than your competitors and help you reach your environmental protection goals.