Electrode Paste for ferroalloy furnace

Materials: calcined anthracite, CPC, anode scrap, coal tar pitch, coal tar, graphite powder.

Shape: cylinder, egg, trapezoid.

Uses: Used to make various alloys, such as ferrosilicon, ferromanganese, ferrosilicon manganese, nickel alloys, chromium alloys, etc.

Packaging Details:  Ton Bags and bulk packaging or as customer’s request.

Delivery Detail:  Within 7~15 working days after payment

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Description

Carbon electrode paste is made by putting petroleum coke and pitch in a melting tank for dehydration, melting, and then adding them to a kneading pot for kneading, molding and sintering.
Fully automatic batching, crushing, mixing, kneading, forming, quality assurance, strict control of ash and volatile matter, to ensure low resistance and high strength.

Characteristics

  1. Lower ash content;
  2. Acurate dosing and stable volatile content;
  3. Good electric and thermal conductivity and the sintering speed apropriate to that of consumption of working end;
  4. Smelting at lower temperature with certain fluidity and homogeneous composition;
  5. High resistance to high temperature, oxidation and thermal shock, low resistivity and high mechanical strength after sintering.

Application Areas

  • Submerged arc furnace
  • Ferrosilicon alloy smelting
  • Siliconmanganese alloy smelting
  • Yellow phosphorus smelting
  • Si-Ca-Ba alloy smelting

Additional information

Si:

<0.28%

P

0.004%

V.M:

10.0-15.0%

Compression Strength:

>18Mpa

Apparent Density:

>1.42g/cm3

Real Density:

>1.98g/cm3

Fe:

<0.25

Resistivity:

55-90 uΩm

Density:

>1.46g/cm3

Extensibility:

6-20

Rupture Density

>4.0

Fluidity Coefficient:

1.80-2.10

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