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How To Identify Quality Of Ultra High Power Graphite Electrode?

Released on Jan. 29, 2019

A Ultra High Power Graphite Electrode is a single layer of pure carbon material that is arranged on a honeycomb grid by carbon atoms. It has several advantages over silicon. It is believed that in the future it will replace silicon in computers, televisions, cell phones and other general appliances. In addition, the graphite electrode is an optically transparent electrical conductor that is expected to replace the currently widely used liquid crystal display. However, because it can block the traditional spectrum, little is known about the optical and electrical properties of graphite electrodes that were discovered eight years ago.

Iron and steel smelting has strict requirements on the quality of Industrial Graphite Electrode. Once the quality problems of graphite electrodes cause a lot of losses to steel mills, how to identify the quality of graphite electrodes is not simple and effective for outsiders.

Graphite electrode is made of petroleum coke as aggregate and coal bitumen as binder. It is produced through a series of processes such as crushing, compounding, kneading, molding, roasting, impregnation, graphitization and mechanical processing. Among them, graphitization is one of the most important production processes. Graphitization refers to the formation of graphite electrode blanks in a graphitization furnace after 2700 degrees of treatment in a graphitization furnace. The degree of graphitization directly affects the quality of the electrode. The degree of graphitization can be determined on the paper. The graphitized electrode can be drawn on the paper with a slight stroke, and the graphitized electrode is A little blocked.

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