• Basic information of graphite electrode

    Basic information of graphite electrode

    The graphite electrode is mainly made of petroleum coke and needle coke, and coal tar is used as a binder. It is made by calcination, compounding, kneading, pressing, roasting, graphitization and machining. It is an electric arc in the electric arc furnace. A conductor that heats and melts the charg... read more

    Jan 31,2019 News
  • Safety of graphite products

    Safety of graphite products

    Graphite electrode is one of many graphite products. As a professional graphite electrode manufacturer, our company can produce and supply different kinds of graphite electrodes according to the needs of users. With thoughtful service and mature skills, it has won the recognition of many users. In o... read more

    Feb 11,2019 News
  • Processing method of graphite electrode

    Processing method of graphite electrode

    Processing method of graphite electrode. 1. The pressure vibration method uses a special machine tool, and the electrode master mold has the opposite shape to the electrode. Graphite data and forming objects are placed relative to each other during processing, leaving a certain gap. A machining flui... read more

    Feb 20,2019 News
  • Graphite electrode use and classification

    Graphite electrode use and classification

    The graphite electrode is mainly made up of petroleum coke and needle coke as the material, and the coal bitumen is used as the binder. It is made by calcination, compounding, kneading, pressing, roasting, graphitization and machining. It is released by arc in the electric arc furnace. The conductor... read more

    Mar 19,2019 News
  • The use of graphite electrodes is primarily reflected in the following

    The use of graphite electrodes is primarily reflected in the following

    (1) for electric arc furnace Graphite electrodes are primarily used in electric furnace steelmaking. Electric furnace steelmaking uses a graphite electrode to introduce current into the furnace. A strong current is arc-discharged through the gas at the lower end of the electrode, and the heat genera... read more

    Mar 23,2019 News