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Graphite Electrode Knowledge Base - HP Graphite
Additionally, HP graphite electrode can also be used as conducting material to smelt yellow phosphorus, industrial silicon, abrasive material and etc. Features High resistance to oxidation and thermal shock Higher physical and mechanical properties Resistant to cracking & spalling High quality machining, good surface finishing HP 600 HP 550 HP 500
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The high power graphite electrode is referred to as the hp graphite electrode. Ash ≤ 0.3%, has no obvious effect on steelmaking; Elastic Modulus can be adjusted to suit the requirements of use; Low resistivity, good conductivity and low consumption. Get Details Inquiry Basic Characteristics & Detail Features 1.
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HP Graphite Electrode Graphite electrode is a kind of high temperature resistant graphite conductive material which mainly uses petroleum coke and needle coke as raw materials and coal pitch as binder.Graphite has high thermal conductivity and is very resistant to heat and impact. Model: HP Brand: HHGRAPHITE Product Description
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HP graphite electrode is mainly used for high power electric arc furnaces with the current density range of 18–25 A/cm 2. Description HP graphite electrode is the conducting element for electric arc furnaces steelmaking. It is made of petroleum coke, needle coke, coal pitch and produced by a series of strict production processes.
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HP Graphite Electrode Properties High temperature resistant type: graphite melting point is 3850+50℃, boiling point is 4250℃, even by the ultra high temperature are ignition, weight loss is small, thermal expansion coefficient is smal. Graphite with temperature increase and strengthen the intensity, at 2000℃, the intensity of graphite double.