Regular Power Graphite Electrodes Sales And Uses Specification
By:Yvonne Sep 10, 2020
Regular power graphite electrodes are used in electric arc furnace (EAF) and ladle furnace (LF) for steel production. So let DanCarbon talk about Regular Power Graphite Electrodes Sales And Uses.
1.What are regular power graphite electrodes?
The main raw material used in the production of the RP graphite electrode is petroleum coke and coal tar pitch. For ordinary power graphite electrode production, a small amount of pitch coke can be added. The sulfur content of petroleum coke and asphalt coke cannot exceed 0.5%.
Using petroleum coke and needle coke as raw materials, coal tar pitch as binder, graphite electrode, made through the production process of calcination, kneading, forming, baking, impregnation, graphitization and machining, is the conductor that releases electric energy in the form of electric arc in electric arc furnace to heat and melt the furnace charge. According to different power and current, graphite electrode is produced by different raw materials and production processes. It can be divided into RP graphite electrode, HP graphite electrode, and UHP graphite electrode.
2.Regular Power Graphite Electrodes Sales
Our RP graphite electrodes have various specifications, ranging from Φ350 mm to Φ450 mm. These products always have three types of length, including 1800 mm, 2100 mm and 2400mm. If user has special requirements, please contact us.
There are characteristics of our RP graphite electrode.
Good Electric conductivity
Strong thermal shock resistance
High mechanical strength
RP graphite electrodes are used in electric arc furnace (EAF) and ladle furnace (LF) for steel production, ferroalloy production, silicon metal production and smelting processes.
3.Regular Power Graphite Electrodes Uses
Lift the new RP electrode over the old column, and slowly drop it vertically to avoid any thread damage occurring from shocks.
Turn the new RP electrode with a torque ring. At this time, the lift plug and the electrode rotate down together until the end faces of the two electrodes contact.
Tighten the electrode with appropriate torque to lock the electrode.