Graphite Anode-Sheet and Rods

Selection of Graphite Electrode Grades and Diameters.
//Graphite Anode-Sheet and Rods


Graphite anode plate, anode tube, graphite anode (also called graphite plate, graphite anode rods) with resistance to high temperature, conductive heat conduction performance is good, easy to machining, good chemical stability, acid and alkali corrosion resistance, low ash, used in electrolytic solution, preparing chlorine, caustic soda, preparing alkaline electrolytic salt solution; Or used for electroplating of various kinds of metal and non-metallic carrier, such as the application of graphite anode plate can be used as the conductive anodic electrolytic salt solution for making caustic soda. Can also be used in chemical industry, electronics, textile industry wastewater treatment.

Properties and dimentions are quite different according to user’s request.
Our Advantage is: we can make different sheet and rods with different materials from ours.

UCT ELECTRODES ENGINEERING EQUIPMENTS (U.C.T.EEE) Specialty Products ensures 100% of all graphite electrodes and nipples meet industry quality standards; are the correct grade, specification and size for the application; have passed final inspection and then are carefully packaged for delivery. This quality product assurance combined with accurate and timely shipments provides a trouble – free start to finish electrode order process. Product quality assurance consists of an accurate visual test along with many automated QA tests before the final inspection.

UCT ELECTRODES ENGINEERING EQUIPMENTS (U.C.T.EEE) Specialty Products has a range of electrode grades and diameters to help maximize your furnace performance and provide measurable operating economies. Select from High Power, Super High Power or Ultra High Power electrode grades, in various diameters, to meet electric-arc furnace electrical, mechanical and / or thermal operating conditions and special applications. The correct selection of electrodes is key to obtaining the most economical furnace operations (e.g., furnace performance vs. carbon consumption).