Mar. 17, 2020
As a Graphite Electrodes Manufacturer, share with you. The largest use of
graphite electrodes are in the semiconductor field, but it is also widely used in
solar cells, sensors, nanoelectronics, high-performance nanoelectronic devices,
composite materials, and field emission materials.
Graphite Electrodes are widely used in industry for making high-temperature crucibles for smelting, lubricants for the mechanical industry, electrodes and pencil cores; advanced refractory materials and coatings widely used in the metallurgical industry, stabilizers for military industrial pyrotechnic materials, Pencil lead for light industry, carbon brush for electrical industry, electrode for battery industry, catalyst for fertilizer industry, etc. After deep processing of flake graphite, high-tech products such as graphite milk, graphite sealing materials and composite materials, graphite products, and graphite antifriction additives can be produced, becoming important non-metallic mineral raw materials in various industrial sectors.
Graphite electrodes are no longer simply what we used to know-just electrodes. The importance of graphite in industry today is obvious to all.
Notes on graphite electrodes
1. Dry graphite electrodes before use.
2. Remove the protective foam cap from the spare graphite electrode hole, and check whether the internal thread of the electrode hole is complete.
3. Use compressed air that does not contain oil and water to clean the surface of the spare graphite electrode and the internal thread of the hole; avoid cleaning with steel wire clumps or metal brushes.
4. Screw the connector carefully into the electrode hole at one end of the spare graphite electrode, and do not hit the thread.
5. Screw the electrode spreader (graphite spreader is recommended) into the electrode hole on the other end of the spare electrode.
6. When lifting the electrode, place a soft material under the end of the spare electrode mounting joint to prevent the ground from damaging the joint; use the hook to reach into the lifting ring of the spreader and lift it, and lift the electrode smoothly to prevent the electrode from loosening from the B end Disengage or collide with other fixtures.
7. Hang the spare electrode above the electrode to be connected, and slowly fall after aligning the electrode hole; rotate the spare electrode so that the spiral hook and the electrode rotate together and fall; when the end faces of the two electrodes are separated by 10-20mm, use compressed air again Clean the two end surfaces of the electrode and the bare part of the connector; when the electrode is fully lowered, do not overdo it, otherwise the electrode hole and the thread of the connector will be damaged due to violent collision.
8. Use a torque wrench to screw the spare electrode until the end faces of the two electrodes are in close contact (the correct connection gap between the electrode and the connector is less than 0.05mm).
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