This paper studies the characterization and potential commercial uses of pyrolytic carbon black obtained in an industrial scale waste tire recycling process. Pyrolytic carbon black was produced using a rotary kiln oven with a daily batch capacity of 5 metric tons and potential commercial uses were evaluated. The pyrolysis was performed in an inert atmosphere in a temperature range from 400°C to 500°C for about 8 hours. Inorganic content was about 12 percent (primarily zinc oxide) and sulfur content was about 3 percent.
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Potential commercial uses of pyrolytic carbon black
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