thermal black

thermal black

[′thər·məl ′blak]
(chemistry)
A type of carbon black made by a thermal process using natural gas; used in the rubber industry.
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The report "Carbon Black Market by Type (Furnace Black, Channel Black, Thermal Black, Acetylene Black), Application (Tire, Non-Tire Rubber, Inks & Coating, Plastic), Grade (Standard Grade, Specialty Grade), and Region - Global Forecast to 2021", The carbon black market is projected to reach USD 13.
400 Bx Overhead Projection Transparencies, 8-1/2 x 10-1/2", Thermal Black Image, for use on transparency makers,100/box, Labelon AT-3100 or approved equal (0203185)
Nucap 100 G is a cost-effective, moderate brightness, sulfur-functional silane treated clay for use in rubber as a partial thermal black replacement.
Other classified names for carbon black are acetylene black, channel black, furnace black, lamp black, thermal black, and noir de carbone.
Hoover Color announces HB-1090 Thermal Black Iron Oxide.
Cancarb (carbon thermal black manufacturing business).
Note that this report includes only furnace blacks and so excludes small volume specialty blacks such as thermal black, acetylene black, channel black, etc.
Thermax medium thermal black, highlighted in this six-page, four-color brochure, is said to have the largest particle size and among the lowest degrees of particle aggregation or structure within the carbon black spectrum.
World Thermal Black provides a detailed analysis of the global market for thermal black, a type of large particle, non-reinforcing carbon black manufactured from natural gas feedstocks.
Hoover Color announces HB-1090 Thermal Black Iron Oxide HB-1090 has the blue undertone desired by many formulators.
The new, full-color and full-graphics communications will expand Catalina's current thermal black and white printing capability, which has been the cornerstone of Catalina's behavior-based targeted marketing program for more than 22 years.
6), Atkins and Sullivan found that there was only approximately a 15% difference in thermal conductivity in a butyl compound containing carbon blacks ranging from a thermal black to a highly conductive carbon black.