The range of graphite specialties is extremely diverse using graphite’s which are isostatically pressed, extruded, die-moulded and vibration-moulded graphite, carbon and graphite felt to carbon fibre-reinforced carbon.
We produce graphite machined parts for following applications:
Graphite for Aerospace Industry.
Graphite for Defence Technology.
Graphite for Aluminium Industry.
Graphite for Electronics.
Graphite for High-Temperature Applications.
Graphite for Industrial Application.
Graphite for Metallurgical Industry.
Graphite for Recreational Products.
The aerospace industry requires severe safety demands with components that are both reliable and resistant to extreme environments.
Graphite is in demand for surface tiles on space shuttles, in nuclear technology as a neutron moderator, and under extreme cold conditions such as in cryogenic applications.
The properties of graphite make it perfect for use in the aerospace industry:
Can withstand extreme temperatures of up to 3000°C
Resistance to abrasion.
High density of the isomolded graphite.
Stable behaviour and friction coefficient in cryogenic environments.
Reinforced carbon fibers have already proven their extraordinary properties. Factors such as reduced weight and complex geometrically formed components offer a series of advantages in the areas of protection for :
Military wheeled and track vehicles.
Graphite is used in military aerospace vehicles due to it's resistance to extreme temperatures. Carbon felt is used for insulation against lower high-altitude temperatures and also in brakes.
Global computerisation demands ultra-pure forms of graphite for electrical components and circuitry. As automation increases, so will the demand for graphite in electrical systems and circuits.
Brazing and glass-to-metal sealing jigs.
Crucibles and molds for processing solar silicon.
Electrodes for plasma etching.
Graphite for ion implantation.
Graphite products for fiber optic technology.
Liners/Crucibles for electron beam evaporation.
Products for germanium monocrystal pulling.
Products for monocrystal pulling of various semiconductor materials.
Products for silicon monocrystal pulling.
Products for the preparation of polycrystalline silicon.
Slicing beams for cutting poly and monocrystalline products.
Susceptors and boats for epitaxy.
High-temperature applications such as the heat treatment of metals under vacuum or hot gas duct components require the use of Graphite and Carbon. Machined to the appropraite shape and size Graphite and Carbon can withstand the demanding high temperatures where other products would fail.
High-Temperature Applications :
C/C susceptor, high-temperature susceptor.
Sintering plate, charging systems.
Graphite heating tube, heating elements.
Hot gas duct components for nuclear applications.
Insulators (Graphite foil, Carbon felts).
Chemically highly corrosion resistant and an excellent conductor of electricity, graphite is an essential component of welding rods, coatings, most high duty refractory bricks and electric arc electrodes.
Carbon and graphite for continuous casting technology.
Carbon and graphite linings for melting and holding processes.
Degassing systems made of graphite.
Graphite disks for X-ray anodes.
Graphite for electrical discharge machining (EDM).
Graphite for melting and holding processes.
Graphite for the manufacture of diamond tools / special ceramics.
Graphite products for diamond synthesis.
Graphite products for electrolysis.
Nozzles for high- voltage switchgear.
Plates and forms for the refractory industry.
Roughing electrodes made of graphite.
Graphite can withstand extreme temperatures, making it perfect for the use in the metal industry in the creation of steel and also in the recycling of aluminium.
Graphite crucibles for sintering furnaces.
Graphite plates and moulds for inert gas soldering.
Graphite plates and trays for sintering.
Moulds for sintering of drill bits.
Flexible carbon and graphite felts, rigid graphite felt for thermal insulation.
Graphite boats for heat treating.
Graphite is used in furnaces as part of the carbon-fibre creation process from raw materials. Graphite blocks are used within the furnace walls due to their resistance to extremely high temperatures. Both rigid and non rigid carbon and graphite felt are used as insulation in these carbon fibre furnaces.
Because of its energy-absorbing quality, graphite is used to develop high performance sports equipment including :
Carbon-ceramic brake discs for bikes and sports cars.
Carbon-fibre has become known for it's exceptional strength while being extremely light-weight. Carbon-fibre has widely been used in a number of applications including :
Carbon-Fibre Motorcycle body parts.
F1/Formula1 racing car bodies.
Mountain and racing bike frames.