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SOFIALXC Carbon Graphite Felt High Temp Welding Protective Blanket-thick 2mmx100x100mm
SOFIALXC Carbon Graphite Felt High Temp Welding Protective Blanket-thick 2mmx100x100mm: Kitchen & Home. Great prices on your favourite Home brands, and free delivery on eligible orders.. ✔ There are 6 sizes to choose from: thickness: 2mm, 3mm, 5mm, 8mm, 10mm, 13mm, length 100mm, width 100mm. 。 ✔ A blanket-like carbon felt made by pre-oxidation and carbonization of a polyacrylonitrile-based flat felt 。 ✔ Soft texture, light weight, small heat, good heat insulation, easy to cut, easy to operate 。 ✔ Corrosion resistance, high temperature density and high leakage，High life and energy saving 。 ✔ Used in vacuum furnace, induction furnace thermal insulation energy storage battery, experimental conductive electrode gas adsorption material, filtering and removing stains 。 Parameter:。Size: 00*00mm。Thickness: 2mm,3mm,5mm,8mm,0mm,3mm。Technical indicators:。Carbon content: 98% or more。Moisture absorption rate: 2%。Use environment: air 350 ° C。Vacuum 800 ° C。Inert gas 2650 ° C。Specific resistance: (Ω.mm2/m)。Horizontal: 8.2-.x0 cubic。Vertical: .8-6.8X0 cubic。Application :。. Can be used as a flame retardant material in the thermal insulation industry;。2. As a porous material, it can be used as a catalyst carrier in the chemical industry;。3. Can be used as a corrosion-resistant material for the inner liner or outer protective layer of composite materials.。4. It can be widely used as a conductive, absorbing and absorbing material in aviation, batteries, electrodes (such as electrode tubes, electrode rods, etc.); currently, applications related to conductive concrete are also rapidly developing.。List:。4* Graphite felt。Note:。. When the temperature exceeds 300 °C, it must be used under vacuum or under the protection of inert gas. It cannot be stressed during transportation and storage, and it needs to be protected from moisture.。2. Please allow -2cm error due to manual measurement and make sure you don't mind before ordering. 。 。 。