Product name: Carburizers /Carbon raisers
Carburizer, also known as carburizing agent or carburant, is a additive in steelmaking or casting to increase the carbon content. Carburizers are used for refining steel Carburizers and cast iron Carburizers, as well as other additives to Carburizers, such as brake pad additives, as friction materials. The Carburizer belongs to the additional steelmaking and ironmaking carbon-increasing raw materials. High quality carbonizers are essential additives for the production of high quality steel.The calcined petroleum coke recarburizer is produced at a temperature of about 1500 ° C in a forging smelting furnace, and the carbon content is about 98.5%.
Used as a carbon refining agent in the metallurgical industry.
According to the different raw material and manufacturing technique,the carbon raiser is divide into:carbon raiser for graphite,calcined petroleum coke,coke and anthracite.
1.Steel Foundry,mainly used in steelmaking in electrical stove, screening water,
2.Also for shipbuilding sandblast to remove rust,producing carbon materials.
3.Reduce the cost of steelmaking effectively by replacing the traditional carburant.
4.Can improve the Carbon content in steel-melting and Ductile iron foundry.
5.Metallurgy,casting for glass production/graphite crucible/ anodes for the aluminium, titanium smelting industry
6.Others:glass sheet/pencil lead/clay bricks/conductive coating
Key Specifications :
|min 98||max 0,05||max 0,2||max 1,5||
|GL-10||0 – 10,0||Added in induction furnaces|
|GL-05||0 – 5,0||Quicker dissolve of carbon|
|GL-01||0 – 1,0||Injection in the ladle|
Note:1,Contents could be adjusted according to customers’s specific requirement.
2,Dimensions size could be screened according to customers’ requirement.
3,Usual package is waterproof ton bag or small 25kg bag,or according to customers’ requirement.
The grapholite reduces:
- consumption of a carbon raiser
- energy consumption
- modifiers consumption
- furnace wearing
- the risk of slag inclusions
- heat duration
- whitening of iron castings