China Industrial Grade High Pressure Vacuum Pumps Graphite Carbon Blade vacuum pump oil

Model Number: shimo665
Type: CZPT Sheet
Application: Industrial
Grade: Industrial Grade
C Content (%): 99.9%
Product name: Industrial Grade High Pressure Vacuum Pumps Graphite Carbon Blade
Bending strength: 40MPA
Color: Black
Applicattion 1: Industrial
Materials: High Purity Graphtite
Electric resistivity: 8-10
Feature: Extrusion Resistance
Size: Custom Size
Density: 1.85g/cm3
Packaging Details: Industrial Grade High Pressure Vacuum Pumps Graphite Carbon Blades are packed in wooden cases.

Industrial Grade High Pressure Vacuum Pumps Graphite Carbon BladeGraphite Carbon Sheets are made of high-quality graphite carbon materials and added with organic compounds with strong acid resistance. It is made by high-pressure forming, vacuum impregnation, high-temperature heat treatment, and refined technology. It has extraordinary acid and temperature resistance. It is an ideal CZPT material for phosphoric acid reaction tanks and phosphoric acid storage tanks in the chemical industry.

Performance and characteristics:

  • 1. Excellent corrosion resistance.
  • 2. Stable performance, strong durability.
  • 3. Accurate dimensions.
  • Parameter:

    Product NameGraphite Support Plate
    Bulk Density1.78-1.8 g/cc
    Specific Resistance6.0-15.0 μΩ.m
    Compressive Strength30-80 MPa
    C.T.E.(100-600°C)2.5-5.5 x10-6 /°C
    Ash0.01-0.2 %
    Maximum CZPT Size0.044-0.001mm
    Bending Strength20-45 MPa

    Graphite plates are used in Aerospace, metal smelting, semiconductor manufacturing, electrical industry, chemical industry, photovoltaic industry, nuclear power field, scientific research experiments, etc.

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    Established in 1990, HangZhou HangZhou Graphite Technology Factory is a professional manufacturer and exporter engaged in the research, development, production and sale of graphite products. We offer a wide range of qualified graphite products, which are extensively used in CZPT tools, smelting field, refractory materials and other industries. We are located in HangZhou city, ZheJiang , China . It covers an area of 5 0 thousand square meters. We now have over 200 employees,with an annual sales figure that exceeds 2 0 million RMB. We mainly produce molded graphite and isostatic pressing graphite. The main physical and chemical performance index is up to standard. The compressive strength is up to 1 2 5 MPa, Shore hardness reaches 6 5 . we have applied for 10 patents including isostatic graphite producing method invention patent. Dedicated to strict quality control and thoughtful customer service, our experienced staff members are always available to discuss your requirements and ensure full customer satisfaction.


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    When choosing a vacuum pump, there are several things to consider. Diaphragm, scroll and Roots pumps are available. These pumps work similarly to each other, but they have some notable differences. Learn more about each type to make the right decision for your needs.
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    Diaphragm vacuum pump

    Diaphragm vacuum pumps are very reliable and efficient for moving liquids. They are also compact and easy to handle. They can be used in a variety of applications, from laboratory workstations to large vacuum ovens. Diaphragm vacuum pumps are available worldwide. Advantages of this pump include low noise and corrosion resistance.
    Diaphragm vacuum pumps work by increasing the chamber volume and decreasing the pressure. The diaphragm draws fluid into the chamber, diverting it back when it returns to its starting position. This hermetic seal allows them to transfer fluids without the need for lubricants.
    Diaphragm vacuum pumps are the most efficient cleaning option and are easy to maintain. They do not produce oil, waste water or particles, which are common problems with other types of pumps. In addition, diaphragm pumps are low maintenance and have no sliding parts in the air path.
    The simple design of diaphragm vacuum pumps makes them popular in laboratories. Oil-free construction makes it an economical option and is available in a variety of styles. They also have a variety of optional features. Diaphragm pumps are also chemically resistant, making them ideal for chemical laboratories.
    Diaphragm vacuum pumps have speeds ranging from a few microns per minute (m3/h) to several m3/h. Some models have variable speed motors that reduce pumping speed when not in use. This feature extends their service interval. Standard diaphragm pumps are also popular in pharmaceutical and medical procedures. In addition, they are used in vacuum mattresses and cushions.

    Scroll vacuum pump

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    Oil-free scroll vacuum pumps are an excellent choice for those who don’t want the noise and mess associated with reciprocating pumps. Oil-free scroll pumps contain two helical scrolls interwoven in a helical motion that creates strong suction and directs steam to the exhaust. Because they do not require oil, they require minimal maintenance and downtime.
    Oil-free scroll vacuum pumps are suitable for low to medium vacuum systems. Their durability and flexibility also make them suitable for many other applications. While they are often associated with dry vacuum pumps, they can also be used in chemical and analytical applications. Oil-free scroll pumps are also considered environmentally friendly.
    The HiScroll range consists of three dry-sealed scroll pumps with nominal pumping speeds ranging from 6 to 20 m3/h. They feature advanced cutting edge sealing technology and reduce power requirements. They are also compact and noiseless, making them an excellent choice in quiet work environments.
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    Roots Pump

    Roots vacuum pumps are an important part of vacuum systems in various industries. These pumps are used to generate high vacuum in a variety of applications including degassing, rolling and vacuum metallurgy. They are also used in vacuum distillation, concentration and drying in the pharmaceutical, food and chemical industries.
    These pumps are made of non-magnetized rotors that sit in the vacuum of the drive shaft. In addition, the stator coils are fan-cooled, eliminating the need for shaft seals. These pumps are typically used in applications involving high purity and toxic gases.
    The theoretical pumping speed of a Roots pump depends on the gas type and outlet pressure. Depending on the size and power of the pump, it can range from 200 cubic meters per hour (m3/h) to several thousand cubic meters per hour. Typical Roots pumps have pumping speeds between 10 and 75.
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    Electric vacuum pump

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    Cryogenic vacuum pump

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