Artificial graphite: from coke powder to molding

Ground petroleum cokes are mixed with binder pitch and compressed into blocks or rods. Carefully coordinated thermal processes transform the coke into graphite. Electrical energy is used for this, attaining temperatures of up to 2,800°C and the resulting material is known as electrographite. We produce graphite components from fine-grain graphites and isographites. We source our graphite from manufacturers around the world. In addition to quality and availability, we attach greatest importance to remaining independent of manufacturers in order to ensure that we can maintain a reliable supply to our customers.

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