Hard PAN Based Graphite Felt or Mat Cylinder Made Into Carbon Fiber
Hard PAN based graphite felt or mat cylinder can be used in heating
vacuum furnace. It is PAN based graphite felt cylinder which is
formed by integrating graphite paper, carbon felt and carbon cloth,
and then subjecting them to secondary high temperature purification
treatment. It is mainly used for vacuum high pressure air quenching
furnace, low pressure fritting furnace
|Volume Density (g/cm3)||0.30-0.40Max|
|Tensile Strength (Mpa)||2.0 (Deformation5%)|
|Compression Strength (Mpa)||1.4-2.0|
|Ash Content (PPM)||≤0.07|
|Applicative Temperature Range||1250-2600(℃)|
|Carbon Content (%)||≥99.3|
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Our products are mainly used as insulation in high-vacuum and inert
atmosphere furnaces. This kind of high-vacuum is widely used for
metal heat treatment, meticulous and ceramic sintering, different
kinds of crystallization production, producing optical fiber, and
sintering monocrystalline silicon for semiconductors, usually in a
high-vacuum or inert atmosphere furnace. Since these furnaces work
at extremely high temperatures, it is necessary to have insulation
material that can withstand such high temperatures. Moreover, for
energy conserving purposes, quality heat insulation material is the
best choice. We pride ourselves in the ability to offer first class
technical backup to our customer base, and over the years we have
developed close technical partnerships with major fields including
Aerospace, Semiconductor, Automotive, Specialist Castings, Metal
Composites, Crystal Growing, Hard Metal Sintering, Graphitizing,
and the Heat Treat Sectors.
- Aerospace: Hot isostatic process furnaces, heat treating,
sintering, brazing furnaces, autoclaves.
- Semi conductors: Silicon pullers, gallium arsenate producers,
- Metalizing (metal heat treating): Heat treating furnaces,
sintering, brazing furnaces.
- Quartz/Fused Silica manufacturing: Melting/Sintering furnaces.
- Float glass industry: Insulating fasteners (part of liners).
- Tool manufacturing: Sintering and hot pressing.
- Universities and Government Research Centers: High temperature
furnaces, fuel cells.