Graphite Product

Some of the graphite products are the by products during the manufacturing of graphite electrodes. We offer graphite products at most professional and affordable price. Our up-to-date machining facility and strict quality control process enables us to provide the most accurate graphite product that suit your applications.

What Graphite Product We Offer?

A specific application may require different category of graphite product. Generally, according to the shape of  product, graphite product can be provide into the following five standards:


Graphite PowderGraphite Powder  

Most synthetic graphite powder goes to carbon raising in steel mainly used as carbon raiser, reducer, foundry modifier, fireproof etc, with some used in batteries and brake linings. It offers high purity, excellent lubricity and electrical conductivity.

Graphite Electrode Scraps (GES)GES

Graphite scrap arises comes from graphitization and machining process of graphite products. The scraps often used as additive and conduction material in steelmaking and casting industry, also can be made to parts according to the size. They are widely used in arc furnace(for steel making) and electrochemical furnace (for metallurgical and chemical industry).

Graphite BlocksGraphite Blocks

Graphite Blocks are widely used in the Tooling (EDM), Mould making (EDM), and General Manufacturing industries.

Graphite and Carbon RodGraphite rod

Graphite and carbon rods are widely used for making electrodes, anodes, cathodes, heating elements, resistors, fluxing/degassing tubes, molds, crucibles, special structural parts, etc. and applied in metallurgy, mechanical engineering, chemical & electrochemical industry, energy management, glass & ceramics, transportation and other industries.

Graphite tileGraphite Tile

Graphite Tile is used for melting applications.

How to Produce the Graphite Product ?

The product are made from petroleum coke after it is mixed with coal tar pitch. They are then extruded and shaped, baked to carbonize the binder (pitch), and finally graphitized by heating it to temperatures approaching 3000 °C, at which the carbon atoms arrange into graphite. They can vary in size up to 11 ft. long and 30 in. in diameter.