The infulence of Plasticity to Electrode Paste
Plasticity to electrode paste
The electrode paste is burned in a submerged electric furnace (sintered in an electrode barrel made of steel plate) and consumed, so it is also called a continuous self-baking electrode.
The unique baking and use of the electrode paste itself puts forward very high requirements on its plasticity. If the plasticity is too poor, the electrode paste will not have sufficient fluidity during the process of heating and softening, and it will not be able to fully fill the inside of the electrode Cylinder to form a dense whole. The electrode has relatively porous holes and is prone to "hard break" accidents; if the plasticity is too good, the asphalt is easy to migrate under the pressure generated by its own weight and volatiles during the softening process of the electrode paste, resulting in flow paste and segregation. Easily lead to "soft disconnection" accidents. Plasticity is a very important indicator of electrode paste.
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