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Characteristics and Functions of the Graphite Plate

Ⅰ. How is the graphite plate made?


Because of its superior electrical conductivity, high temperature resistance, acid and alkali corrosion resistance, and easy processability, the graphite plate is widely utilized in the metallurgical, chemical, and electrochemical sectors. High-purity graphite plates, graphite anode plates, graphite bipolar plates, and other graphite plates are available. So, how is the graphite plate processed?


The graphite plate, through the baked, impregnated, graphitized, and finished four processing parts, is created from low ash grade petroleum coke as the major raw material and bitumen as the binder. The current invention's ultra-high conductivity graphite plate has high thermal conductivity and excellent thermal conductivity.


It is suited for the blast furnace's furnace bottom and furnace belly and is more efficient in strengthening the cooling of the furnace bottom, lowering the temperature of the furnace bottom, and slowing down the erosion of the furnace bottom.


Heat fields are classified into two types based on their shape: square heat fields and circular heat fields. Circular heat fields account for a large percentage of vacuum furnace heat fields, and all heat fields are built as modules to make installation and disassembly easier.


Graphite carbon plates and graphite carbon bricks, impermeable materials constructed of high-quality graphite carbon material impregnated with extremely acid-resistant impregnants, are commonly used to impregnate graphite plates.


A high-pressure forming, vacuum impregnation, and high-temperature heat treatment technique are used to improve it. It is extremely resistant to acids and extreme temperatures. Chemical phosphoric acid reaction tanks and phosphoric acid storage tanks benefit from its use.


Ⅱ. The function of the graphite plate


High purity carbon graphite plate is formed of high-quality and high-purity graphite with a carbon content of more than 99.99 percent. High purity graphite producers use petroleum coke as a raw material for the high purity graphite plate. High purity graphite plate is made with modern manufacturing techniques and equipment and follows a stringent high purity graphite procedure.


High purity graphite provides excellent electrical conductivity, high temperature resistance, acid and alkali corrosion resistance, and ease of processing, among other advantages.


Refractory materials and coatings for the metallurgical industry, stabilizers for pyrotechnic materials for the military industry, pencil cores for the light industry, carbon brushes for the electrical industry, electrodes for the battery industry, catalyst additives for the fertilizer industry, and so on are all common uses for high purity graphite products.


Anode graphite plate, also called graphite positive plate or graphite positive rod, has outstanding temperature resistance, electrical and thermal conductivity, mechanical processing ease, chemical stability, and other properties.


It is widely used for the electrolysis of aqueous solution to produce chlorine, electrolysis of salt solution to produce alkali or electroplating of different metal and non-metal carriers. For example, a graphite anode plate can be used as an electrolytic salt solution to produce caustic soda conductive anode.


Ⅲ. Great properties of graphite plates


1. Graphite plate suppliers utilize high-quality and high-purity graphite in their production, resulting in a high-temperature, high-density graphite plate.


2. The surface of the graphite plate may be customized to meet individual requirements.


3. Carbon graphite plate is chemically stable and acid and alkali corrosion resistant.


4. Electrical and thermal conductivity are both excellent in the graphite plate.


5. The carbon graphite plate is self-lubricating and has a long service life.


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