anthracite coal made electrode paste

Pubdate: 06-22 2021

CGM anthracite coal made electrode paste is used in ferrochrome production in ferrochrome furnace

[Anthracite coal made electrode paste, many people choose CGM carbon] CGM was established in 1992 and has developed into a large-scale carbon production enterprise with an annual output of 200,000 tons of anthracite coal made electrode paste and 250,000 tons of forged coke. . In the development process of CGM Carbon, we have experienced many difficulties and detours. However, with the basic concept of honest management, CGM Carbon has grown stronger. CGM carbon products are not only sold domestically, but also exported to Indonesia, foreign countries and other countries, and are recognized and praised by the international market.

[Anthracite coal made electrode paste, why we do it better] There are 500 anthracite coal made electrode paste production enterprises in the country, and there are more than 100 production enterprises with a scale of more than 10,000 tons. There are so many anthracite coal made electrode paste production plants , Why does CGM Carbon do better in terms of production scale and reputation? This starts with the development process of CGM Carbon. CGM Carbon was established in 1992. It was originally a carbon enterprise with petroleum coke calcination as its main business. In 2006, the CGM Carbon anthracite coal made electrode paste production line was put into operation. The production of anthracite coal made electrode paste requires heat to soften and shape the raw materials. The general anthracite coal made electrode paste factory needs a gas generator in this process, and in time, it also needs more expensive natural gas after coal is changed to gas. However, because our calcined coke production line can release a lot of spare heat, and this heat is just used by the anthracite coal made electrode paste production line. Therefore, compared to more general anthracite coal made electrode paste manufacturers, we have already saved a lot of costs in terms of heat generation.


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