Graphite electrode is a carbon product made by roasting amorphous carbon in a graphitization furnace.

Graphitization refers to a high-temperature treatment process in which carbon products are heated to above 2300°C in a high-temperature electric furnace to convert amorphous carbon into graphite with a three-dimensional ordered plane hexagonal grid layered structure.

Graphitization furnace is usually used, and the furnace types include Acheson graphitization furnace and internal heat series connection (LWG).

Material definition of graphite electrode

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