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Graphite Crucible

Graphite crucible has good thermal conductivity and high temperature resistance, the use of high temperature, the thermal expansion coefficient is small, the rapid heat, quenching has a certain anti-strain properties.
  • Graphite Crucible
  • Graphite Crucible
  • Graphite Crucible
  • Graphite Crucible
  • Graphite Crucible
  • Graphite Crucible

High temperature resistance
Good thermal conductivity
Small thermal expansion coefficient
Strong corrosion resistance to acid and alkali solution
Excellent chemical stability

Chemical industry
Jewelry making

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A graphite crucible is a container made of graphite material that is used for holding and melting materials at high temperatures. Graphite crucibles are widely used in industries such as metallurgy, casting, machinery, chemical industry and jewelry making, etc. 

Due to its excellent performance, graphite crucible is widely used in metallurgy, casting, machinery, chemical and other industrial sectors for the smelting of alloy tool steel and the smelting of non-ferrous metals and their alloys, and has good technical and economic effects. Graphite Crucible’s main raw material is crystalline natural graphite, maintaining the original variety of natural graphite physical and chemical properties. Graphite acid, alkaline solution of strong corrosion resistance, with excellent chemical stability.

Graphite is a suitable material for crucibles because of its high melting point, low coefficient of thermal expansion, high thermal conductivity, and chemical stability. These properties make graphite crucibles suitable for holding and melting materials that require high temperatures, such as metals, alloys, and other high-temperature materials.

Graphite crucibles come in various sizes and shapes depending on the application. They can be used in various types of furnaces, including induction furnaces, electric arc furnaces, and resistance furnaces. Graphite crucibles are popular in the jewelry-making industry for melting precious metals such as gold, silver, and platinum.