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Carbon Paste Electrode

carbon paste electrode
The carbon paste electrode is supplied to the ferroalloy furnace. It is used as consumable conductive material and self-baking electrode in electric furnaces for producing calcium carbide and yellow phosphorus. The so-called self-baking electrode fills the metal shell with a carbon paste electrode. Under the action of the high temperature of the furnace and the heat generated when the current passes through the electrode, the carbon paste electrode is baked to make it a conductive electrode.

What is carbon paste electrode?

Carbon electrode paste is used as a consumable conductive material for the production of calcium carbide and ferroalloy.  It is the raw material of self-baking electrodes, and its roasting is completed in calcium carbide and ferroalloy-submerged arc furnaces. Therefore, the roasting speed and time of the electrode paste are variable, depending on the furnace type and smelting variety of the submerged heat electric furnace.

Self-baking electrodes made of electrode paste allow low working current density, generally 8-6A/m2. It has low requirements for raw materials, a simple manufacturing process, and low production costs. Electrode paste includes closed paste, standard electrode paste, and chemical electrode paste suitable for self-baking electrodes of closed, open, and semi-closed submerged arc furnaces.

Electrode paste for electric furnace

What is carbon electrode paste made of?

Generally, metallurgical coke or pitch coke can be used for the carbon electrode paste of small calcium carbide furnaces or ferroalloy furnaces. For the carbon electrode paste used in large electric furnaces, anthracite and metallurgical coke are used, while graphite chips are added. This production formula is beneficial to improving the thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity of it.  It is produced by adding a binder and undergoing processes such as calcination, batching, kneading, and molding.

Main uses

When the carbon electrode paste is put into the electrode cylinder, it moves downward with the electrode cylinder at the same time and is continuously consumed and replenished. As the temperature rises, the electrode paste will melt from a solid state to a thin paste. After volatilizing, the electrode paste transforms into a coke-like substance and undergoes the final sintering process to become an electrode. Throughout this process, the electrode paste bakes and the electrode’s strength continually improves, while the resistivity gradually decreases.

Why call it a self-baking electrode?

After roasting at a high temperature above 1000 ℃, the carbon electrode paste is completely carbonized into a carbon electrode. Finally, it conducts electricity and converts energy in the submerged electric furnace molten pool. Since the electrode cylinder undergoes welding without any power failure, it also ensures the continuous consumption of the electrode and the constant roasting of the electrode paste to form an electrode.

This process gives rise to a unique type of electrode known as a self-baking electrode or continuous automatic roasting electrode. In current production practice, its diameter can be increased to 2m. This creates favorable conditions for the application of submerged arc furnaces with large load capacities. Finally, it’s cheap and easy to operate.

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