Cabot to present its products that deliver improved conductivity, purity and color at the International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber (K 2016)
Certified high purity carbon blacks
As part of Cabot’s on-going commitment to consumer safety and product stewardship, Cabot has certified more than 20 specialty carbon blacks using
“With the regulation expanding to cover applications with frequent or
prolonged skin contact, it is more important than ever to select the
right carbon black for your needs. With our certification process, the
end-user can be confident about meeting the new REACH regulation
Cabot will also feature its expanded universal masterbatch
products introduced earlier this year. As part of Cabot’s drive to
support sustainability, these new universal products, such as
“Our customers are demanding materials to support more efficient and
sustainable solutions. As a result, we are increasing our focus on
enabling the plastics industry to become more sustainable,” said
Cabot will also present a range of formulations for conductive plastics, encompassing compounds, concentrates and conductive carbon blacks. Specifically, its CABELEC® CA6410 conductive compound is well suited for use in conductive packaging and plastic transportation containers, meeting increasingly rigorous safety standards in logistics and industrial production. In addition, Cabot’s CABELEC® XS6296 concentrate for sheet extrusion and thermoforming in polystyrene offers excellent conductive properties that provide plastic converters with the flexibility to formulate their own conductive compounds according to their specific requirements.
“Our new conductive and universal formulations are a prime example of
how we enable our customers to increase their use of recycled resins and
meet exacting standards for safety and performance,” remarked
Cabot will be exhibiting at booth #E62, Hall 6 at the K 2016. To learn more about Cabot’s portfolio of products for plastics applications, visit cabotcorp.com/plastics.
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Vanessa Craigie, 617-342-6015