Industrial carbon black (Carbon Black) is widely used in various industries, especially the rubber industry, based on its chemical composition, coloring properties, particle size and colloidal properties.

About 25 to 30% of the weight of rubber is made up of carbon. After the rubber industry, the most used carbon is in the manufacturing of rubber parts, mastic, ink, and paint. Carbon block is often used in plastic and related products for coloring, protection against heat, and protection against corruption caused by extraneous radiation. Purple is used for electrical properties as well as fortifying properties.

Currently, Pars Industrial Carbon Black is a supplier of industrial carbon black to more than 200 domestic and foreign manufacturers in the industries of car tires, tubes, shoes, cables, pipes, batteries, paints, flooring, conveyor belts, etc.

High Performance Coatings

Carbon black provides jetness for coatings, degradation protection from UV radiation and conductivity for coatings.

Agricultural Irrigation, Mulch Films and Greenhouse Coverings

Carbon black enables more efficient and better farming through water management for irrigation, retention and UV protection.

Toner and Printing Inks

Carbon black provides pigmentation that enhances color and undertone in various ink applications.

Rubber Goods

Hoses, belts, gaskets – carbon black is used to enhanced mechanical properties, anti-vibration and conductivity of rubber goods.

Wire and Cable

Carbon black extends cable life and efficiency by creating exceptionally smooth and conductive insulation, conductor shield and UV resistance

Automotive Skin Contact

Low PAH carbon black provide excellent UV protection for internal automotive components designed to come into contact with skin (steering wheel, gear shift, arm rests, etc.)


Carbon black serves to protect pipes from mechanical degradation caused by harmful UV radiation.


Carbon black provides color, UV protection and conductivity – power cable shielding or electrostatic dissipation – to plastics


Carbon black is used to improve the processing, strength and durability important to tire manufacturing and tire performance (most notably safety), increasing tire life and fuel economy.


Carbon black improves electrochemical conductivity and charging characteristics in lead-acid, modern stop-start, and hybrid batteries – improving overall battery efficiency.

Food Contact Grades

Specific carbon black grades comply with stringent purity requirements for many regulated industrial or consumer plastic applications.