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Coke

CPC (Calcined Petroleum Coke)

CPC (Calcined Petroleum Coke) The majority of Oxbow Carbon's calcined petroleum coke finds its way into the primary aluminum industry; another large segment is used in the steel industry as a recarburizer agent. Other uses include the production of titanium dioxide, which is used as a pigment for paint, plastics, sunscreens, and food coloring.

Graphite Petroleum Coke (GPC)

When bituminous coal is heated strongly in the absence of air, the volatile matter escapes out and the mass becomes hard, strong, porous and coherent which is called Metallurgical coke. The use of metallurgical coke is vital in the production of iron as it provides both heat for the blast furnace and acts as a reducing agent in the production of iron from iron ore. The Canadian steel industry uses on average 3.7 mega tones (Mt) of metallurgical coke in its blast furnaces each year. That’s equivalent to 13.7 Mt of carbon dioxide (CO2) making this industry one of the larger generators of CO2 gas in the metals sector.

Graphite Petroleum Coke (GPC)

Graphitized Petroleum Coke (GPC) : It is also called Artificial Graphite. It comes after the high temperature (higher than 2300) processing and graphitizing of qualified petroleum coke. Its features: high carbon content, less impurity, Low Sulfur content, and easy to absorb. It comes after the high temperature (higher than 2300℃) processing and graphitizing of qualified petroleum coke. It has many features like high carbon content, and easy absorb. It has been wildly used as carburet ant in steel casting and smelting; or as additive in grinding material.
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