Graphite felts, foils, and other carbon modifications are required in high-temperature plants, especially for thermal insulation. Due to the good mechanical workability of Graphite, there are various possibilities for furnace design and the layout of the heating system. Heating elements made of Graphite can also be found here. In hardening shop technology, besides heating elements and insulations made of specialty graphite, charge carriers made of CFRC (carbon fiber reinforced carbon) are also required. In sintering technology, the densification and hardening of materials by heating, fine-grain Graphite is used in sintering tools due to its electrical conductivity, strength, and thermal resistance. Graphite is used in producing float glass, hollow glass, quartz glass, and technical and laboratory glass in the form of tools, molds, grippers, downpipes, wipers, settling plates, and deflection curves. Graphite with high density and low pore volumes and the resulting high burn-off resistance is best suited for this purpose. Due to their sliding and dry-running properties and thermal and chemical resistance, fine-grain Graphite and its ungraphitized precursors are suitable for mechanical applications such as bearing materials. Carbon materials are, therefore, also frequently used for dynamic seals. In electrical applications, Graphite is used as carbon brushes and collector strips. Synthetic fine-grain Graphite has the ideal electrical conductivity, dry-running properties, and mechanical strength. It is used as brushes or contact strips for current transmission between a fixed and a rotating electrical conductor in motors and generators. The lead pencil has been used in many countries since the 17th century. At that time, however, the Graphite used for writing was still considered lead ore, which incorrectly gave rise to the name “lead pencil.” A pencil doesn’t contain lead – until today, it is made of a graphite-clay mixture. Writing and drawing can be done well with a pencil because Graphite leaves a grey deposit on surfaces like paper. A pencil stroke is, therefore, a thin graphite deposit. If you are looking for high quality, high purity, and cost-effective Graphite, or if you require the latest price, please feel free to email contact mis-asia.