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Carbon Bricks

Sample: Availiable

OEM: Accept

Package: Wooden Case or Customize

Supply Ability: 3000 ton/month

Refractoriness (Degree): Common (1580°< Refractoriness< 1770°)

Certificate: ISO BV

Model
Density
Compression Strength
Flexural Strength
Resistance
Ash
Grain Size
g/cm3
Mpa
Mpa
μΩm
%
 
>=
>=
>=
<=
<=
 
72
1.62
28
14
8
0.3
1,2,4mm
72
1.72
36
18
7.5
0.3
2,0.8mm
75
1.75
48
24
7.5
0.3
325mesh
80
1.80
52
28
7.5
0.2
325mesh
85
1.85
62
36
7
0.2
325mesh
  1. High-Temperature Resistance
  2. Good Thermal Shock Resistance
  3. Low Thermal Expansion
  4. Erosion Resistance
  5. Excellent Chemical Resistance

Metallurgical Industry

  1. Furnace Linings: Carbon Bricks are used for lining blast furnaces and other high-temperature vessels due to their ability to withstand extreme heat.
  2. Protection of Equipment: They also protect various metallurgical equipment from corrosion and wear.

Chemical Industry

  1. Chemical Tanks: Carbon Bricks are used to line chemical tanks, providing resistance to a wide range of chemicals.
  2. Reactor Vessels: The bricks are used as linings for reactor vessels due to their superior corrosion resistance and high-temperature tolerance.

Petrochemical Industry

  1. Storage Tanks: These bricks are employed to line storage tanks, protecting them from corrosive damage caused by petrochemicals.
  2. Process Equipment: They line various process equipment, providing protection against the corrosive substances used in petrochemical production.

Steel Industry

  1. Furnace Linings: Carbon Bricks are used for lining steelmaking furnaces, such as basic oxygen furnaces and electric arc furnaces, due to their high temperature resistance and durability.
  2. Ladle Linings: They’re also used to line ladles used in molten steel handling due to their thermal and corrosion resistance.

Power Generation

  1. Boiler Linings: Carbon Bricks are used to line boilers and other high-temperature equipment in power generation facilities.
  2. Flue Gas Systems: They’re used in flue gas systems to provide protection against corrosion and withstand the high temperatures involved.

Graphite Carbon Bricks

Sample: Availiable

OEM: Accept

Package: Wooden Case or Customize

Supply Ability: 2400 ton/month

Graphite Carbon Bricks
ItemUnitGraphite Carbon BoardGraphite Carbon Brick
Bulkd Densityg/cm31.65-1.951.6-1.9
Compressive strengthMpa>49>59
Tensile StrengthMpa>7.5>12.5
Maximum Service TemperatureoC150150
ImpermeabilityMpa0.60.8
Impregnating Depthmm1020
  1. High-Temperature Resistance
  2. Excellent Chemical and Erosion Resistance
  3. Good Thermal Properties
  4. Conductive Properties
  5. Environmental Friendliness
  6. High Thermal Shock Resistance

Steel Making

  1. Furnace Linings: Graphite Carbon Bricks are used to line blast furnaces, electric arc furnaces, and induction furnaces due to their high temperature resistance and excellent thermal conductivity.
  2. Ladle Linings: They are also used to line ladles due to their ability to withstand the extreme heat and corrosive conditions present during the steelmaking process.

Heat Exchangers

  1. Construction Material: These bricks are used in the construction of heat exchangers because of their outstanding thermal properties. Their high thermal conductivity ensures efficient heat transfer.

Chemical Industry

  1. Lining for Reactors and Boilers: Graphite Carbon Bricks are used to line reaction vessels and boilers. Their corrosion resistance and high-temperature tolerance make them ideal for this use.
  2. Acid Tanks: They are often used as a lining material for acid storage tanks due to their excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals.

Electrical Applications

  1. Electrodes: Graphite Carbon Bricks are used to manufacture electrodes for electric arc furnaces and other industrial electrical equipment due to their exceptional electrical conductivity.
  2. Carbon Brushes: Due to their good electrical conductivity and low friction properties, they are used in the production of carbon brushes for electric motors.
Anti corrosion Carbon Bricks

Anti-corrosion Carbon Bricks

Sample: Availiable

OEM: Accept

Package: Wooden Case or Customize

Supply Ability: 2100 ton/month

Application: Refractory Furnace Lining

ItemUnitStandardTest Results
Bulk densityg/cm31.71.75
Ash%<=1412
Open porosity%<=16
Compressive strengthMPa>=3540
Reheating change rate%±0.10
Bending strengthMPa>=1215
CMOR(Corrosion index hotmetal)%<=2827
Oxidation rate%<=1211
Air Permeability porositymDa<=95
Coefficient of heat conductivityNormal temperatureW/m.K1213
300ºC1415
600ºC1516
Alkali ResistanceU, LC ,CUU
  1. Corrosion Resistance
  2. Acid Resistance
  3. High-Temperature Resistance
  4. Durability
  5. Precise Sizing
  6. Thermal Shock Resistance

Chemical Industry

  1. Lining for chemical reaction and storage vessels: These bricks resist corrosion from a wide range of chemicals, making them ideal for lining vessels that contain corrosive substances.
  2. Flooring and drainage systems: Their resistance to acids and other chemicals makes them suitable for use in areas where corrosive spillage might occur.

Steel Industry

  1. Furnace linings: The bricks’ high-temperature resistance makes them perfect for lining steel-making furnaces.
  2. Ladle linings: They provide an excellent lining for ladles used in molten steel handling due to their thermal and corrosion resistance.

Petrochemical Industry

  1. Lining for storage tanks: These bricks are used to line tanks storing petrochemicals, protecting the tanks from corrosive damage.
  2. Process equipment lining: They’re also used to line various processing units, providing protection against the corrosive substances used in petrochemical production.

Power Plants

  1. Boiler linings: The bricks are used to line boilers and other high-temperature equipment in power plants.
  2. Flue gas systems: They’re used in flue gas systems to protect against corrosion and withstand the high temperatures involved.

Cement Industry

  1. Kiln linings: Anti-corrosion carbon bricks can line cement kilns, offering protection against the high temperatures and corrosive gases produced during cement manufacturing.
  2. Preheater Towers: They are used in preheater towers to protect against the harsh conditions generated during the heating process.

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Most Asked Questions

We collect a lot of FAQs from our real clients and please check out our FAQ page. Also, feel free to chat with us via LiveChat (on the right), phone call, email, or just simply drop us a line below:

Carbon bricks are widely used in various industries such as metallurgy, chemical industry, petrochemical industry, steel industry, and power generation. They are typically used for lining equipment and storage containers in high-temperature and corrosive environments.

Carbon bricks can resist various types of corrosion, including acidic, alkaline, and organic solvents. However, the specific resistance to corrosion depends on the particular composition and manufacturing process of the carbon brick.

Carbon bricks can operate at very high temperatures, typically able to withstand thousands of degrees. However, the specific heat resistance varies depending on the type and composition of the carbon brick.

The lifespan of carbon bricks depends on many factors, including the operating environment, temperature, type of corrosion, etc. Under normal operating conditions, carbon bricks can be used for a long time.

When choosing carbon bricks, you need to consider your specific application needs. For example, if your equipment needs to withstand high temperatures or severe corrosion, you may need to choose high-quality, heat-resistant, and corrosion-resistant carbon bricks. In addition, you should also consider the supplier’s reputation, product quality, and price among other factors.

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