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Biographie Graphite is a natural mineral derivative of carbon. It is a native element, often the result of sedimentary carbon compounds, but also occurring in certain rocks containing organic carbon, in magma, or as the result of the reduction of sedimentary carbon through the reduction of carbonates.

Graphite has a non-compact layered structure made up of hexagonally-shaped structures. These layers are known as graphene have an inter-layer distance of approximately 0.336 nm.

In each layer, the carbon atoms are strongly bonded together by molecular links whereas the layers are not strongly bonded together, which explains the material’s relative lack of hardness.

Physical properties

Graphite is the stable form of carbon at ordinary temperatures and pressures. This material has a black, shiny, submetallic appearance. Its hardness is low, between 1 and 2 on the Mohs scale. Due to its layered structures, all of its physical properties are anisotropic. Indeed, its electrical conductivity varies greatly if measured between the layers or perpendicularly.


Graphite Material has many industrial applications in various natural or synthetic forms :

Mechanical Engineering: friction parts, seals, lubricants

Electrical manufacturing: brush motors

Reducers, particularly in the steel industry (blast coke furnaces)

Electrodes for the steel industry (electrical steel)

Moderators in nuclear reactors

Adsorbents in activated charcoal filter

Graphite machining

Coatings and surface treatments

In order to modify the specific characteristics of graphite, different coatings and treatments can be applied. We propose 5 types of coating and graphite impregnations for fine-grain isostatic graphite.

List of Uses of Graphite

Graphite Products ;have been used since ancient times. It has a wide range of applications in the modern world too. Let’s look at some common uses of graphite below.

Writing Materials

The word graphite is from the Greek language which translates as ‘to write’. So the most common use of graphite is in making the lead in pencils. This lead is a mixture of clay and graphite which is in an amorphous form.

Lubricants / Repellents

Graphite is one of the main ingredients in lubricants like grease, etc. This mineral reacts with atmospheric water vapor and creates a thin film or layer over the surface applied and thus reducing friction. Graphite is also used in car brakes and clutches.

The powdered form of lump graphite is also used in paints. Why? Well, graphite by nature is water-repellent. So it offers a protective coating on wood and other surfaces.


Due to its high tolerance to heat and unchangeability, Graphite is a widely used refractory material. It finds its use in the manufacturing industry and it helps in the production of glass and steel as well as the processing of iron.

Nuclear Reactors

Graphite can absorb fast-moving neutrons. As a result, it is used in reactors to stabilize nuclear reactions.

Electrical Industry

Crystalline flake graphite is used in the manufacturing of carbon electrodes, brushes, and plates needed in dry cell batteries and the electrical industry. Interestingly, natural graphite is also processed into synthetic graphite. This type of graphite is useful in lithium-ion batteries.

Graphene Sheets

Graphite can be used to make graphene sheets. These sheets are said to be 100 times stronger and 10 times lighter than steel. This derivative of graphite is further used in making lightweight and strong sports equipment. Many are considering future applications in the field of the medical and aerospace industries.

Graphite Machined Products

Graphite machining is a popular process, used to aid in many applications and create many products. It is so popular because of the many virtues of graphite itself. These many virtues include strength, hardness, the capabilities of dry lubrication and self-lubrication, and high corrosion resistance. In addition, graphite can be reused many times.

Graphite machining is a popular industry such in metallurgy, chemical, heating, and cooling, food, metalworking, recycling, pharmaceuticals, electronics, semiconductor, ceramics, and steel production.

Products Produced from Machined Graphite

Graphite Machined Products ;are found in products such as pillow blocks, brazing fixtures, thrust washers, packing graphite rings, boards, cathodic protection anodes, and degassing graphite tubes. The metallurgical industry uses graphite tubes for fluxing tubes. The chemical industry makes use of these tubes as well, taking advantage of the material’s low resistance to heat by using them in furnaces.

Machined Graphite

Machined Graphite – Ohio Carbon Blank

Other machined graphite products include graphite rods, graphite electrodes, graphite bearings, graphite felt, graphite crucibles, and graphite plates.

Graphite Rods

Graphite rods, which can also be formed from stacking a group of graphite rings on top of one another, can be found in other products such as heaters, carbon heat sources, and fishing poles.

Graphite Electrodes

Graphite electrodes are utilized in the steel production industry as a component of large recycling machines known as electric arc furnaces.

Graphite Bearings

Graphite bearings are used in the pharmaceutical and food industries because of their resistance to chemicals, their high-temperature stability, and their self-lubricating properties.

Graphite Felt

Graphite felt allows for high stability with minimal shrinkage, and is frequently utilized as high-temperature isolators in inert or vacuum atmospheres.

Graphite Crucibles

Graphite crucibles store various materials during blending processes and are highly resistant to heat.

Graphite Plates

Graphite plates are smooth bodies of even thickness, formed from multiple unidirectional layers of graphite.

Graphite Electrode Soldering Iron

A graphite electrode ;is nothing more than a sharp graphite rod, taken from a pile, subject to a support conductor of the current, a copper tube, and at a reasonable distance a plastic handle, a PVC tube. The handle should be far enough away so that it does not reach so much heat to soften it. Anyway, it is clear that PVC is the worst plastic that can be used for this but it was there.

This is a sheet metal welder for almost any metal. It does not require the input of material and practically does not admit it unless they are very thin rods. It is not about electric arc welding. What melts the metal is the graphite tip that shortly turns bright white. What is heated by the current is graphite, not metal, Graphite electrode because the first one has a much greater resistance and dissipates most of the power. It is important that the graphite tip is sharp for two reasons:

The finer the point of contact between the material and the tip more resistance to current and more temperature reach. If it is too thick, heat is transmitted easily from the tip to the soldering iron and a large part of it dissipates without reaching the necessary temperature. The soldering iron only works if it concentrates most of the power at the point to be soldered. Everything has to be thought about for that.

The truth is that to have been done in 10 minutes, nothing else came up with the idea, it was pretty good. The way to hold the Graphite electrode was the idea of a friend and is interesting for its simplicity. It involves making two cuts on the edge of the tube longitudinally dividing it into 4 more or less equal parts. Two of them are eliminated and the tube is left with two tabs. Each one is tightened with pliers to give it a round shape and it adapts to the bar and then approaches each other. You are looking for a large brass nut that snaps into place and, without the rod; you turn the nut with force, making a thread in the copper. Then open, put the bar and do the same again and is perfectly subject. This system allows for changing the bar quickly, adjusting its position, and providing good electrical contact.

What Are The Applications Of High Purity Graphite

The use of high purity graphite ;in the field of industrial production has excellent performance. High purity graphite is used in conductive, lubrication, metallurgy, and other industrial production fields. High purity graphite production, from the beginning of the raw materials, should be strictly controlled the content of impurities, choose low ash raw materials, and in the production process prevent the increase of pollutants as far as possible. However, the reduction of contaminants to the degree required is primarily in the graphite chemical sequence. Graphitization occurs at high temperatures, where the oxides of many impurity elements will decompose and evaporate. The higher the graphitization temperature is, the more impurities are discharged, and the higher the purity of the high purity graphite products are produced. The high purity graphite is used to make use of its excellent conductivity, lubrication, high-temperature resistance, etc. 
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