Carbon black is a super fine high surface area carbon known as Pigment Black 7 with color index #77266.
Carbon Black powder may be used for a wide range of products including plastics, printing inks, adhesives and sealants, paints and coatings. Among specialty applications for Specialty Carbon Blacks are: lithium-ion batteries, non-impact printing, paper, PVC pipe, non-woven fabrics and metallurgy.
Carbon Black has a number of advantages compared to black organic dyes:
- Color stability
- Solvent resistance
- Acid and alkaline resistance
- Thermal stability
- High hiding power
Carbon Black is widely used in the industries of:
- Printing Inks
- aints and Coatings
Sold by weight in 1-lb containers. Also sold by volume in one quart jars, one gallon cans and 5 gallon cans.
The bulk density of carbon black powder is about 0.35 to 0.45 g/cm^3.
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Am going to mix it with linseed oil for a finish on a wooden vintage truck bed. In the 1950's GM put it on their truck beds to preserve them It should work great.