- Vegetable carbon black is known as vegetable black, carbon black, or carbo medicinalis vegetabilis. It is an insoluble black food colouring used in confectionery products, icing, baked goods and ice cream. European and Canadian authorities approve its use as a color additive.
- Vegetable carbon black is produced through steam activation (charring) of vegetable fibers. The raw materials include peat, nut shells, wood and cellulose residues. Manufacturers ground the activated vegetable source into very small particles before adding glucose or glycerin for ease of use in food. The black pigments are very stable to heat, light and pH range. Suppliers offer forms for both lipid and aqueous applications as a suspension.
- high blackness ,good polish.
- high tinting strength, easy to disperse.
- excellent chemical stability.
- good viscosity and fluidity.
- It can absorb harmful substances, and excreted.
- It can regulate diarrhea caused by the symptoms do not adapt.
- It suppress fecal odor.
- It provide intestinal weak acid bacteria proliferation, and reduce harmful bacteria.
- It provide negative ions that can suppress the production of reactive enzymes, one of the causes of illness.
- Silicon Rubber: Improves silicon rubber’s durability, rebound rate, and anti-distortion performance.
- Plastics Industry: Improves plastic s tenacity, strength and prevents water absorption.
- Coating Industry: Prevents agglomeration and drip. Thixotropic additives. Increase denseness and smoothness of paint.
- Medicine Industry: Increase denseness, floating , carrying function in medicine. It also can be used as the pesticide powder and anti-agglomeration, etc.