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Graphitized Petroleum Coke

Graphitized petroleum coke is also called artificial graphite. Graphitized petroleum coke is petroleum coke that undergoes a graphitization process. So what is the graphitization process? Graphitization means that the internal structure of petroleum coke changes when it passes through a high temperature of about 3000 degrees. The molecules of petroleum coke change from randomly arranged carbon crystals to regularly arranged carbon crystals. This process is called graphitization. Petroleum coke components are hydrocarbons, containing more than 98.5% carbon Graphitized petroleum coke is widely used in industry. It is used as a recarburizer in metallurgy, casting, and precision casting; it is used to make high-temperature crucibles in smelting, lubricants in the mechanical industry, and to make electrodes and pencil cores; it is widely used in Advanced refractory materials and coatings in the metallurgical industry, stabilizers for pyrotechnic materials in the military industry, pencil leads in the light industry, carbon brushes in the electrical industry, electrodes in the battery industry, catalysts in the fertilizer industry, etc.

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Calcined Petroleum Coke

Calcined petroleum coke is a kind of petrochemical product, whose raw materials is green petroleum coke. It is widely used to produce graphite electrode, graphite blocks, brakes pads and other carbon products.It can also be used as carbon additive in some steel and aluminum plants, another, it is used in refractory, insulation, filler, etc.
The main use of CPC is in the production of anodes for the Aluminum Smelting process. 70 - 80% of CPC is for the Aluminum Industry. The reason for use in the Aluminum Industry is for conductivity According to the different sulfur content, it can be divided into high sulfur coke (sulfur content above 3%) and low sulfur coke (sulfur content below 3%). Low sulfur coke can be used as anode paste and prebaked anodes for aluminum plants and graphite electrodes for steel plants. Among them, high-quality low-sulfur coke (with a sulfur content less than 0.5%) can be used to produce graphite electrodes and recarburizers. Normal quality low-sulfur coke (less than 1.5% sulfur) is often used to produce prebaked anodes. Low-quality petroleum coke is mainly used for smelting industrial silicon and producing anode paste. High sulfur coke is generally used as fuel in cement plants and power plants.

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