Knowledge of using refractory materials in metal production dates back 10,000 years. The use of graphite is known in this application since 2000 years.
As a chemically inert, highly resistant component featuring high thermal conductivity, graphite has a permanent place in modern refractory applications such as blast furnace linings and crucibles or in modern foundry technology.
Graphite in its pure form and in combination with other raw materials improves the end properties of metals as a covering material and recarburiser in foundry applications. In foundry sands and blackening, graphite and mica improve the properties of components and act as parting agents.
We supply raw materials in the packaging desired by you from a broad selection of high-quality flake graphite, economical amorphous graphite and high purity synthetic graphite.
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