Graphite Crucibles Have Excellent Chemical Stability

The main raw material of graphite crucibles is graphite. Therefore, it retains the various physical and chemical characteristics of the original ink. Namely: has good thermal conductivity and high temperature resistance, high temperature in the process of use, the thermal expansion coefficient is small, the rapid heat, quenching has a certain anti-strain properties. Right acid, alkaline solution, strong corrosion resistance, with excellent chemical stability.

Crucible model specifications are more, in the application of the production scale, batch size and the limited variety of smelting material, can be arbitrarily selected, the applicability of strong, and can ensure the purity of the material being melted.

Due to its excellent performance, graphite crucibles is widely used in smelting of alloy tool steel and smelting of non-ferrous metals and their alloys in metallurgical, casting, machinery, chemical and other industrial sectors. And has a good technical and economic results.

1. Thermal stability: graphite crucibles emergency quenching conditions, specially designed to ensure product quality and reliability.

2. Corrosion resistance: uniform and fine matrix design, delaying the crucible erosion.

3. Impact resistance: Graphite crucibles can withstand high thermal shock strength, so any process can be assured.

4. Acid resistance: The addition of special materials significantly improves the quality of the crucible, excels in acid resistance and greatly extends the service life of graphite crucibles.

5. High thermal conductivity: High levels of fixed carbon ensure good thermal conductivity, shorten the dissolution time, and significantly reduce energy consumption.

6. Metal pollution control: strict control of the composition of the material to ensure that when dissolved graphite crucibles on the metal is not contaminated.

7. Quality Stability: High-pressure forming method of production technology and quality assurance system to ensure more fully the quality of stability.