hp 100 mm graphite electrodes
Process characteristics of hp 100 mm graphite electrodes
Speaking of hp 100 mm graphite electrodes, everyone is no longer as unfamiliar as before. Now hp 100 mm graphite electrodes are widely used in various industries, such as machinery, metallurgy, and chemical industries, as well as ceramics, semiconductors, medicine, and environmental protection. Fields, etc., the reason why hp 100 mm graphite electrodes can be widely used, as an electric heating element in a high-temperature vacuum furnace, the maximum operating temperature can reach 3000 ℃, and it is easy to be oxidized in a high-temperature environment. Let’s talk with you today. Talk about the process characteristics of hp 100 mm graphite electrodes.
As one of the high temperature resistant materials that we are very familiar with, the melting point can be 3850℃±50℃, and the boiling point is as high as 4250℃; under the ultra-high temperature arc of 7000℃, the loss of graphite is only 0.8% of the total weight in 10 seconds, you can see The high temperature resistance is very outstanding. Not only that, graphite has very good thermal shock resistance. When the temperature changes suddenly, the thermal expansion coefficient is small, so it is not easy to break and crack.
Not only that, graphite has good thermal and electrical conductivity. Compared with ordinary materials, graphite has very high thermal and electrical conductivity, even four times that of stainless steel, twice that of carbon steel, and 1,000 times that of metal aluminum. The lubrication performance of graphite is very similar to Mos2, the friction coefficient is less than 0.1, and its lubrication performance changes with the size of the graphite sheet. The larger the sheet, the smaller the coefficient, the better the lubrication performance! In addition, graphite has good chemical stability at room temperature and is resistant to organic solvents such as acids and alkalis. hp 100 mm graphite electrodes have a diameter of 2-280mm and a length of 302000mm. They are mainly used in the chemical, electrical and mechanical industries.