Application of chemical properties of flake graphite

Update:10-04-2020
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Flake graphite has good chemical stability, and has adv […]

Flake graphite has good chemical stability, and has advantages such as electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, and fire resistance. These characteristics allow them to play a huge role in the processing and production of some products to ensure the high quality and high quality of the products. Today I will talk about the application of flake graphite chemical properties:

1. Flake graphite is a good conductive material

In the electrical industry, flake graphite is widely used as electrodes, brushes, carbon rods, carbon tubes, gaskets and CRT coatings. In addition, flake graphite can also be used as low-temperature superconducting materials, high-power battery electrodes, etc. In this respect, graphite meets the challenge of artificial stone books, because the amount of harmful impurities in artificial graphite can be controlled, and the purity is high and the price is low. Nevertheless, due to the rapid development of the electrical industry and the excellent properties of natural scale stone, the consumption of natural graphite is still increasing year by year.

2. Scale graphite can be used to make corroded rods

The flake graphite has good chemical stability. The specially processed flake graphite has the characteristics of corrosion resistance, good thermal conductivity and low permeability, and is widely used in heat exchangers, reaction tanks, condensers, combustion towers, absorption towers, and cooling Heaters, filters, etc. It is widely used in petroleum, chemical industry, hydrometallurgy, acid-base production, synthetic fiber, papermaking and other industrial sectors.

3. Flake graphite is a good refractory material

Flake graphite is used as a graphite casserole in the metallurgical industry. It is used as a steel ingot protective agent, magnesia carbon brick, metallurgical Shanghai lining, etc. in the steelmaking industry, and the amount accounts for more than 25% of the graphite output.