Natural graphite is mined whereas artificial graphite is produced through the graphitization of amorphous carbon a process discovered and patented in 1893 by Charles Street an engi neer working at Le Carbone the forerunner of the Group which represented its first major innova tion The remarkable properties of graphiteGet Price
Processing Capacity: 2-30TPH
Application Area: Refractories, power plants, metallurgy, chemical industry, energy, transportation, heating.
Applied Materials: Coal, coke, aluminum, iron, iron oxide skin, toner, slag, gypsum, tailings, sludge, kaolin, activated carbon, coke, powder, scrap, waste.
Sphere Size: Custom-made
Raw Material Size: 0-5mm
Production Capacity: 2.2-50TPH
Volume Weight: 4-230t
Processing Capacity: 0.5-50TPH
Application Area: Metallurgy industry, building material, etc.
Feeding Size: ≤25-≤100mm
Production Capacity: 5-100t/h
Applied Materials: River gravel, iron ore, limestone, quartz, granite and other medium or hard ores and rocks.
Processing Capacity: depending on specific situation
Processed Materials: Copper, zinc, nickel, gold and other nonferrous metals, coarse and fine separation of nonmetals like coal, fluorite and talc.
Main Equipment : Jaw crusher, hammer crusher, ball mill, classifier, magnetic separator, flotation cell, thickener, dryer, etc.
Feeding Size: 65-300mm
Discharging Size: 3-60mm
Production Capacity: 12-1000TPH
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