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Electrode Paste:

Boote Godaz Soderberg Electrode Paste conducting electric current into smellting furnace (such as FeSi, CaC2, FeCr, SiMn & ...) for electrodes used in electrothermic furnaces like those producing ferro-alloys, such properties of the baked electrode as thermal and electrical conductivity, thermal expansion, elasticity, and mechanical strength are important.

Boote Godaz produces Soderberg Electrode Paste in various specifications depending on the customer's furnace size and product application. Meanwhile, it can customize packing and transportation modes according to customer's requirement. For furnaces with large diameter, and high load electrodes (FeSi, CaC2, FeCr, SiMn), cylinders with softening point about 75°C is generally recommended. For smaller furnaces with low load electrodes (FeNi, Cu), briquettes with a higher softening point 85–95°C will normally be the preferred choice. Generally, however, the decision on whether to use cylinders or briquettes are is very much related to the paste melt-down pattern experienced for the individual customer, and varying heat conditions for the customers will eventually be reflected in the choice of both shape and softening point. For certain customers a combination of the two products might be an ideal choice.

Typical Data of Standardized Boote Godaz Electrode Paste:

Table 1: Unbaked Paste.

Technical Characteristics Unit Typical Values
Apparent Density kg/m3 1580
Fix C % > 81
Volatiles % 12-15
Ash Content % < 6

Table 2: Baked Paste.

Technical Characteristics Unit Typical Values
Apparent Density kg/m3 1380
Electrical Resistivity μ.Ω.m 80
Compressive Strength kg/cm2 220
Bending Strength kg/cm2 35-51
Ash Content % < 6