Carbon Black for tires

Depen­ding on the tire type and requi­re­ment pro­fi­le, dif­fe­rent rub­ber blacks are found in tires. As the sur­face area of the car­bon black increa­ses, the bon­ding forces bet­ween car­bon black par­tic­les and the rub­ber mole­cu­les also increase. In this respect, the rub­ber car­bon blacks act as rein­for­cing fil­lers and are lar­ge­ly respon­si­ble for the mecha­ni­cal pro­per­ties of tires.