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  1. Ban of HA-oils?

  2. The EC parlament ban some HA-oils in tyres Sweden and Germany have brought the question of a ban of some canserogenic HA-oils in tyres to the EU Commission table in 2003. EU have made an investigation witch showed that tyres can contribute with max 2% of the total emisssion of PAH to the environment

  3. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) June 1, 2005 the EC Council took a decision on a regulation of PAHs in tyres (as a amendment to 76/769/EC) This will come into force on January 1, 2010 The regulation means a demand for a limit of 10 mg/kg for 8 listed PAHs and a limit of 1 mg/kg for benz(A)pyrene in extender oils. These limits are concidered as fulfilled if extracted PCAs are < 3% with test method IP346 (not cancerogenic) This concerns only the tread compound for retreaded tyres

  4. Are all PAHs dangerous? All HA-oils are not dangerous. The oil is bound to the rubber by the vulcanization process in a tyre. Tests with blends of HA oil incorporated into rubber compounds show no carcinogenic effects. The PAHs are physically bound in tyre debrees and they have no carcinogenic effect. Alternatives are: TDAE, MES, Parafin oils, Naften oils.. More information on: www.stro.se

  5. HA Hydrotreatment Dewaxing HPD Atmospheric Distillation Mild Solvent Extraction Dewaxing MES Atmos. residue Lube base oils Deep Solvent Extraction Vacum Distilation Vac. distillate Further Extraction DAE Vac. residue Dewaxing Brightstock Deasphalting TDAE Further Extraction Solvent Extraction Dewaxing TRAE RAE