Anode carbon block is used in industrial aluminum electrolysis cells. It has two roles in it. One is as a conductive material; the other is to
participate in the electrochemical reaction of the anode.
During electrolysis, a direct current is passed through the electrolytic cell. Then the blcok converts electrical energy into chemical energy.
Because the electrochemical reaction is continuously consumed, the factory must replace it regularly to ensure regular production operation.
The general replacement cycle is 20-34 days. The current density of the anode carbon block on the electrolytic cell is generally 0.70-0.90A/cm3.
It is made of petroleum coke and coal tar pitch by roasting and heat treatment and has a stable geometric shape. Its main component is carbon.
Carbon is a non-metallic element that is abundant in nature. It is the fourth most abundant element in the universe and exists in various forms.
Anode carbon block is mainly used in the production process of electrolytic aluminum. It is used as an anode and is continuously consumed, while liquid aluminum is generated at the cathode.
Superior Electrical Conductivity
Engineered for optimal performance, they have high electrical conductivity. This feature enables efficient electron transfer, an essential trait for
driving various electrochemical processes.
Excellent Thermal Conductivity and Resistance
It is crafted to withstand extreme temperatures without compromising performance, thanks to its exceptional thermal conductivity and resistance.
With this, the block can manage generated heat efficiently, ensuring its durability and longevity.
High Chemical Stability
With a chemically stable nature, it doesn’t readily react with other chemicals. This property ensures that the block remains inert during
electrochemical reactions, preventing unwanted side reactions and yielding accurate, reliable results.
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