Three standard methods are used for production: molding, extrusion, and isostatic pressing. Each process ensures the creation of high-density and uniform structures.
1. Molding: Compression molding is a transparent paste or pressed powder is placed into a mold of the desired shape and size. Under pressure, the particles interweave, resulting in a compact and durable block of graphite.
2. Extrusion: The raw material undergoes pressure through the extrusion method as it passes through a die of a specific shape. Then compaction and plastic deformation produce with precise sizes and shapes.
3. Isostatic Pressing: We use isostatic pressing to create high-density, uniform structures. This unique manufacturing process involves subjecting the material to high temperatures and pressure. The result is the products with exceptional quality and durability. The manufacturing process cycle is generally longer, more than two months.
Metallurgical and Resistance Furnaces: They used in metallurgical furnaces, resistance furnaces, and other applications where high-temperature resistance and conductivity are essential.
Chemical Industry: They excel as furnace materials for corrosion-resistant heat exchange equipment and high-temperature furnaces, meeting the stringent requirements of the chemical industry.
Foundry industry: It can be made into graphite molds for casting and smelting. The ultra-high density and compact structure are very suitable for smelting gold, silver and other precious metals.
Aerospace industry: They are resistant to high temperatures, light in weight, and high in strength, and are widely used in the aerospace and military industries.
Foundry industry Chemistry industry Aerospace industry
Graphite has excellent electrical conductivity due to its unique atomic structure that allows each carbon atom to form only three covalent bonds, retaining free electrons for efficient charge transfer.
Therefore, it is often used as an electrode material in the electrolysis industry. It has corrosion resistance, can resist the erosion of chemical media such as acids and alkalis, and maintains stable performance.
Before leaving our factory, each graphite block undergoes thorough quality checks. We ensure that specific resistance and compressive strength meet the highest standards.
Electrolytic conductive electrodes demand exceptional quality, while blocks used for heat exchangers and high-temperature furnaces possess higher specific resistance. We can meet your customization needs by providing drawings.
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