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Carbon Graphite Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial carbon graphite manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source carbon graphite manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These carbon graphite companies can design, engineer and manufacture carbon graphite to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these carbon graphite manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of carbon graphite plate, carbon graphite bearings, carbon graphite rods.

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We take pride in our values and diversity. We employ a variety of friendly, knowledgeable, and experienced staff. Our sales team can provide technical support for our carbon graphite and other products. We are happy to answer your questions about any of our products. Contact us by phone or visit our website to learn more about what we can do for you!
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Industrial Graphite Sales has the knowledge, experience and machining facilities required of a high quality supplier. We are dedicated to maintaining a diverse stock of machined products in a range of grades, such as carbon graphite; fluxing tubes, brazing fixtures, extrusion canisters and other machine components are just a few examples of our prototype to production execution.
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Becker Brothers Graphite fabricates carbon graphite products for a range of applications. Our broad product line includes pillow blocks, thrust washers, bearings, mechanical seals and much more. We offer a range of grades and machining options as well and combine our technical skills with our understanding of each customer`s needs to produce an item that will meet and exceed their expectations.
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Here at MWI, Inc., we offer graphite machining services and produce small and large scale runs for clients in many different industries and for varying applications, meeting extremely tight tolerances. Our specialty graphite is available in a host of sizes and as both blocks and rounds. We not only provide quality, we also provide quantity and variety. Our specialty graphite is also thermally conductive and shock and chemical resistant. Call us today!
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GES specializes in the creation of graphite products from carbon graphite to graphite blocks and rounds and much more. Our extended product list is a testament to our success in the graphite manufacturing world. Visit our website today or give us a call to see what keeps our customers returning time and time again and how you can benefit from our services.
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Carbon Graphite

Carbon graphite usually refers to a compound mixture of petroleum coke, pitch and graphite, however it is also used to refer simply to the material of graphite that is an alloy of carbon. Carbon graphite is a semi metal that possesses both metallic and non-metallic properties, allowing it to be used in a wide variety of applications both industrial and commercial.

The carbon graphite combination of metallic and non-metallic properties results in a product that is strong and corrosion resistant. Holes are often left in the structure from the process of carbonization, but these provide an opportunity to further strengthen the product with metals, resins, inorganic salts or pure carbon in order to create a more durable product, or a more electrically conductive product. Furthermore, carbon-graphite can be heated at extreme temperatures to cause it to more closely resemble pure graphite.  All grades of carbon graphite and natural graphite can be machined according to custom specifications into various shapes and objects using conventional machining and tools. Some common applications for graphite use are in the manufacture of crucibles and molds, graphite heating elements and tubes, heat treating furnace fixtures, chemical processing equipment, molten metal extrusion, pressure casting, vertical and horizontal continuous part casting, heat shields and furnace lining and components.

Graphite is an electrically conductive material and is therefore used widely as an electrode material in electrical discharge machining (EDM graphite) and commonly in arc furnaces. Powdered dry graphite is also widely used and provides an excellent dry lubricant for locks and machinery. Carbon-graphite grades which are extruded and molded may not have to be graphitized making the final material harder and stronger than pure graphite. This however, affects the properties of electrical conductivity and thermal resistance, making a carbon-graphite combination less effective in thermal and electrical applications. Another potential drawback of using graphite or carbon graphite is its streak properties. Graphite leaves a blackish grey mark when it comes into contact with another material. This property can be useful and graphite is used widely in producing lead for lead pencils. However, in machining terms, an easily marking material can cause unwanted marks on products, therefore a dust collection system or strategically planned cleaning system is necessary to think about in terms of operating procedure. Graphite is a cost-effective material that can often be used in place of pure carbon as it has many of the same properties but does not cost quite as much, and in some areas it actually outperforms carbon. Graphite is one of the only materials that is able to maintain its structure and physical properties at extremely high temperatures (as high as 5000°F).

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