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Creosote oils

JFE Chemical supplies a variety

of creosote oils of different

composition for different

applications.

Fine particles of carbon known as “carbon black” are used in large volume as a reinforcing material to enhance the abrasion resistance of rubber for automobile tires. Creosote oils are used as a raw material for making carbon black, which is also used for reinforcing a variety of black resins. Carbon black is also used to make black inks and photocopier toner. JFE Chemical is Japan’s biggest supplier of creosote oils by volume, shipping to customers all over the country.

Creosote Plantation
Raw material for carbon black

“Carbon black,” a material consisting of carbon particles, is used in large quantities for enhancing the abrasion resistance of the rubber used to make car tires. Creosote oils are used as a raw material for making carbon black, which is also used for reinforcing a variety of black resins. Carbon black is also used to make black inks and photocopier toner.

Other applications

Creosote oils are extensively used for the manufacture of fuels, antiseptic and anticorrosive coatings for steel plate, heat-resistant bricks, and other products. We also offer a “low benzopyrene” creosote oil, with a reduced level of benzopyrene.

Main applications
  • Raw material for carbon black
  • Manufacture of fuels, anticorrosive coatings for steel plate, heat-resistant bricks, etc.   *Not used in antiseptic, anti-insect, and anticorrosion agents.
Main grades
Name Specific gravity (–) Viscosity
(mps Type B 70°C)
Total sulfur (%) Na (ppm)
Creosote oil (JAO) 1.190-1.250 - ≦1.0 ≦20
Creosote oil (JBO) 1.170-1.230 ≦300 ≦1.0 ≦20

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