Carbon black is a common, essential material found in everyday products like tires, automotive and industrial hoses and belts, plastics, inks and food packaging. Conventional carbon black is produced by burning decant oil or coal tar, releasing large amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
At Monolith, we have developed and perfected a new technology that uses renewable electricity to convert natural gas into carbon black and hydrogen. While Monolith’s commitment to creating environmentally sustainable carbon black is redefining the industry, one thing remains unchanged — performance.
Monolith’s carbon black is developed with surface-area and structure combinations that offer rubber compounders the versatility to engineer compounds to their specific requirements and to meet the myriad demands for high-performing carbon blacks within and across key industries and products.
Inner Liner, Sidewall, Carcass, Tread, Bead
Mechanical Rubber Goods
Hoses, Belts, Molded Goods, Extrusion Goods, Seals and Gaskets, Some Commodity Plastics
Metallurgy, Inks, Wire and Cable, Batteries, Food Containment
To learn more about the Monolith product lines, contact us to get more information or to discuss which product is right for you.