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  • Graphite color and use
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    Graphite color and use

    Graphite is gray-black. It is opaque and transparent solid, chemically stable, resistant to corrosion, and not easy to react with dao chemicals such as acid and alkali. Burning shu in oxygen produces carbon dioxide, which can be oxidized by strong oxidants such as concentrated nitric acid and potassium permanganate.

    2020-12-09
  • Industrial applications of graphite electrodes
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    Industrial applications of graphite electrodes

    Graphite materials can be processed by turning, milling, drilling and grinding methods.

    2020-12-08
  • What are the advantages of graphite electrodes?
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    What are the advantages of graphite electrodes?

    (1) The increasing complexity of mold geometry and the diversification of product applications have led to higher and higher requirements for discharge accuracy of spark machines. The advantages of graphite electrodes are easier processing, high removal rate of electrical discharge machining, and low graphite loss. Therefore, some group-based spark machine customers abandon copper electrodes and switch to graphite electrodes. In addition, some special-shaped electrodes cannot be made of copper, but graphite is easier to form, and copper electrodes are heavy and not suitable for processing large electrodes. These factors have caused some group-based spark machine customers to use graphite electrodes.

    2020-12-03
  • What is a graphite electrode?
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    What is a graphite electrode?

    ​Graphite electrode refers to a kind of resistant material made by using petroleum coke and pitch coke as aggregate and coal tar pitch as binding agent through raw material calcination, crushing and grinding, batching, kneading, molding, roasting, impregnation, graphitization and mechanical processing. High-temperature graphite conductive material, called artificial graphite electrode (referred to as graphite electrode), to distinguish it from natural graphite electrodes prepared from natural graphite.

    2020-12-02
  • Physical properties and application fields of amorphous graphite
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    Physical properties and application fields of amorphous graphite

    Amorphous graphite, earthy graphite, is also microcrystalline graphite and black lead powder. Amorphous graphite does not really have no graphite crystals like his name, but its crystals are too small and have a microcrystalline structure. X-ray analysis shows that amorphous earthy graphite contains 15% to 45% of crystalline graphite, so amorphous graphite is also called microcrystalline graphite.

    2020-12-01
  • Application classification of artificial graphite
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    Application classification of artificial graphite

    In the chemical industry, artificial graphite has the characteristics of corrosion resistance, good thermal conductivity, and low permeability. It is widely used in the chemical industry to make heat exchangers, reaction tanks, absorption towers, filters and other equipment.

    2020-11-26