The use of graphite as an electrode
  • Graphite is a metal which is useful in many fields as an electrode because of its high electrical and heat conduction properties. The reason for it is that it is cheap, durable and stable to be used over a wide range of operating conditions and scalability. The main market in which there is a high usage of steel products—including construction, automotive, aerospace and defence, require graphite electrodes as the main component in the electric arc furnace for the manufacture of steel. These manufacturers are linked with graphite electrode importers through B2B platforms to source the highest quality of graphite electrodes to be used in their field of work at the lowest possible price. Do you think there are any other uses of graphite except for being used as an electrode?

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