China Graphite Electrode Manufacturer
Chengan Tiantian Carbon Co.,Ltd is located in Cheng’an County, Handan City, Hebei Province. It covers an area of 60, 000 square meters, has a registered capital of 5,000,000,0RMB and employs 160 people. It is the world’s leading graphite electrode manufacturer.
The factory mainly produces:
RP(Regular power graphite electrode),
IP(impregnated power graphite electrode),
HP (high power graphite electrode),
SHP(spe-power graphite electrode ),
UHP(ultra high power graphite electrode), and other products. With the support of technology advantages product advantages and scale advantages,
Our Size Product standards
The raw materials Graphite Electrodes from Tiantian Factory are a high temperature resistant graphite conductive refractory material used in the metallurgical industry. Graphite Electrode is made of petroleum coke, bituminous coke as aggregates, coal tar pitch as binders, after raw material calcination, crushing and milling, batching, kneading, molding, roasting, impregnation, graphitization and machining, which is also known as artificial graphite electrodes in order to distinguish from natural graphite electrodes made of natural graphite.
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We are a leading firm engaged in manufacturing, exporting and supplying a wide range of Regular Power Graphite Electrodes.
Our range is featured by the high grade of electrical conductivity and the ability to tolerate the maximum heat generated in this demanding environment to our valuable clients.
- Graphite electrode
- Used for steel making in arc furnace
- Good quality
- Competitive price
Ultra High Power Graphite Electrodes that is featured by UHP Graphite Electrodes for AC/DC Electric Arc Furnaces and Ladle Refining Furnaces that are known for their optimum performance. Offered range of Ultra High Power Electrodes is manufactured under the strict vigil of experts and taking help from the latest technologies available at our base. Furthermore, this range is manufactured as per industry set guidelines to meet the global standards.