The extruded graphite is produced by extrusion process: it has coarser grain sizes and lower resistance compared with the isostatic graphite, but a higher electrical and thermal conductivity.
Common uses of the extruded graphite include evacuation roller conveyors, rings, rollers, nozzles, crucibles, stirrers, wear plates, sockets, pipes, discs, moulds for sintering process, separators, lining for furnaces and lubricants for all the sectors.
Graphite is a mineral representing one of the allotropic states of carbon. It is an excellent electrical conductor and has the highest melting temperature.
It is an excellent electrical conductor and is the material with the highest melting temperature. Artificial graphite can be obtained through graphitation.
Generally used in iron and non-iron alloys foundries