After the electrode below the copper tile of the submerged electric furnace enters the smelting process, the temperature of the electrode will rise further due to the further increase in the temperature of the raw material
The height of the electrode paste refers to the height from the upper end of the electrode clip to the top of the electrode paste.
The raw materials for making electrode paste are calcined anthracite and metallurgical coke as aggregates, and pitch and tar as binders. Among them, it is required that the ash content of anthracite is less than 8%
The height of the electrode paste refers to the height from the upper end of the electrode clip to the top of the electrode paste. If the electrode paste is too high, the coarse and fine particles in the electrode paste are prone to stratification
The electrode paste sometimes has problems during use. In this case, most of them are the overlapping effects of multiple factors.
As the production progresses, ensure that the electrode consumption can be replenished in time, so that the electrode has a sufficient length, so as to ensure the smooth progress of the production.
Submerged arc furnace is also called electric arc furnace or resistance electric furnace. It is mainly used to reduce raw materials such as smelting ores, carbonaceous reducing agents and solvents.
Whether the electrode paste is good or not depends on energy consumption and output. The energy consumption is low, and the output is relatively stable for a long time.
When there is a soft break due to leakage of paste during production, the ammeter on the operation interface of the central control room suddenly rises or the current drops instantly after a sudden rise.
The conduction heat of the molten pool: its heat accounts for about 60% of the total heat of the baking electrode, so the molten pool must be protected during operation