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From Powders to Parts: the Carbon Graphite Production Process (Part II)

From Powders to Parts: the Carbon Graphite Production Process (Part II)

In Part I of this blog series, we discussed the initial steps of mechanical carbon graphite production, starting with the mixing of raw powders. That post outlines the processing steps that are required to produce plain carbon graphite. Part II addresses the various post-processing steps that can be applied to plain carbon graphite after baking.

From Powders to Parts: A Look into the Carbon Graphite Production Process (Part I)

From Powders to Parts: A Look into the Carbon Graphite Production Process (Part I)

Carbon graphite has a unique set of physical properties that allows it to be used in environments where traditional lubricants and other self-lubricating materials will fail.

5 Tips for Minimizing Carbon Graphite Bearing Wear

5 Tips for Minimizing Carbon Graphite Bearing Wear

Over the course of operation, carbon graphite bearings will experience wear due to friction between the bearing and the rotating shaft it supports.

How Carbon Graphite Keeps Continuous Board Dryers Rolling

How Carbon Graphite Keeps Continuous Board Dryers Rolling

Gypsum wallboard is everywhere. The construction industry uses this material as much as possible because of its durability, versatility, and affordability.

How Gas Turbines in Jet Engines Use Air Bleed Valves & How to Optimize Efficiency

How Gas Turbines in Jet Engines Use Air Bleed Valves & How to Optimize Efficiency

 Bleed air is a critical component of jet engine functionality.