Flake Graphite, Graphite Powder MG3096

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Cechy szczególne: Wydajność w wysokich temperatur., Wysoka nośność duże obciążenia, Wysoka odporność na zużycie

Przemysł: Elektronika, Energetyczny, Górnictwo, Obróbka i produkcja metali, Przemysł ciężki

Skład Ciała Stałe: Grafit

Wysoka temperatura: +301°C do 500°C

Zastosowanie: Dodatek do olejów i smarów, Gwinty i połączenia gwintowane

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Flake graphite MG3096

Graphite powder, 96% carbon content, grain size up to 5μm

Pure, highly selected crystalline graphite for industrial purposes, miscible with many chemicals, including lubricants (e.g. graphite grease)

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Flake graphite is a variety of natural graphite with a highly ordered structure
crystalline. It is the result of metamorphism of carbon-rich organic substances, similarly to hard coal. Flake graphite has a characteristic metallic luster, which is why it is also called silvery or crystalline graphite.

Features and Benefits

  • good thermal and electrical conductivity,
  • low coefficient of thermal expansion,
  • high chemical and thermal resistance,
  • excellent lubricating properties.
  • high anisotropy

    Applications Applications

    • for the production of lubricants,
    • for anti-corrosion and reflective paints and coatings,
    • for and impregnation of sealing and insulating materials,
    • for coatings and forging separators,
    • for battery cores, electrodes and electrotechnical accessories,
    • for composites and plastics, sintered carbides, cermets, explosives, in laboratory technology.
    • in metal foundry,
    • for fireproof materials,
    • for antistatic coatings,
    • for friction and brake linings
    • for anti-inflammatory protectors,
    • for polymeric materials, elastomers, foams, polystyrene, (fragmented graphite EG 096 with powder consistency)

      Metal foundry (flake graphite FG 192, MG 192 and in the form of MG-4 dispersion is used to create coatings as a separator of casting models and molding sands, where it also serves as a refractory coating protecting castings against external defects such as burns, penetrations and scabs)

      Production of black refractory materials, crucibles, retorts, elements of linings of furnaces FG 192, FG 395 (The addition of graphite plasticizes the mass and facilitates molding, and also improves the quality of finished products, increases their fire resistance, chemical resistance, significantly reduces friction and coefficient of thermal expansion)

      Special greases (for the production of greases in the form of pastes, fine flake graphites MG 394 and micropowders MG 1596 and 3096 are used. Graphite powders can be an enriching additive for lithium greases, calcium greases or bentonite masses, increasing their durability at high temperatures)

      Antistatic coatings (graphite is used as a charge passivator in antistatic coatings. It is a proven component in the production of explosion-proof curtains, linings and mining foils, it is an addition to floors, conductive and antistatic coatings. Graphite type MG 394 is most often used for the production of these materials)

      Friction and brake linings (graphite types: MG 192 and MG 394 are used. The addition of graphite to the friction material increases its thermal conductivity, resistance to abrasion and rapid temperature changes)

      Anti-inflammatory protectors. EG modified graphite is added as an agent increasing fire resistance to various types of insulation, plastics and coatings (anti-pyrene or flame retardant). Graphite type EG 290 is intended as an additive to bitumen coverings, sealing fire partitions and refractory coatings.

      Properties of Flake Graphite MG3096

      Carbon content min. grain size % faction / expansion humidity max Bulk density
      96% <5μm 50% 2% ~0.4 g/cm³

      Graphite production

      Graphite is a variety of carbon with a black-gray color and a metallic sheen. It is very soft (graphite hardness on the Mohs scale is 1), susceptible to abrasion and cleavage. It has excellent lubricating properties, is greasy to the touch and resistant to high temperatures. It shows high mechanical resistance to compression and low to stretching. In addition, graphite and graphite products do not dissolve in water, are characterized by low chemical activity, ease of storage and disposal, and no negative impact on the environment. Thanks to these features, it has gained the name of a modern and ecological material.

      Flake graphite is obtained from ores with a carbon content of up to 10%. After proper purification in the flotation process, the graphite reaches the level of 85%. Then, a chemical refining process is carried out, thanks to which the content increases to 96%, and after thermal refining even to 99.99%.

      Types of Flake Graphite

      Type Carbon content min. grain size % faction / expansion humidity max Bulk density
      FG 395 95% >500μm 80% 2% ~0.6 g/cm³
      FG 192 92% >500μm 80% 3% ~0.5 g/cm³
      MG 192 92% >500μm 90% 3% ~0.5 g/cm³
      MG 394 94% >45μm 90% 2% ~0.4 g/cm³
      MG 1596 96% <10μm 50% 2% ~0.4 g/cm³
      MG 3096 96% <5μm 50% 2% ~0.4 g/cm³
      EC 096 96% 0 - 0.15mm 50-90 ml/g 2% ~0.6 g/cm³
      EC 290 90% 0.2 - 0.6mm 200-300 ml/g 2% ~0.65g/cm³
      EC 394 94% 0.4 - 0.9mm 300-400 ml/g 2% ~0.6 g/cm³
      MG-4 94% <8μm 0.5 water 70% Dispersion