The main use of graphite in discs is as a thermally conductive material and high temperature resistant structural material. The following are the main applications of graphite in discs:
Thermally Conductive Material: Graphite has excellent thermal conductivity and can quickly transfer heat to the surface of the entire disc. In some heat treatment or cooling processes, the graphite disc can effectively conduct heat evenly to the surface of the object, achieving uniform distribution of temperature and rapid heat exchange.
High temperature resistant structural material: Graphite has excellent high temperature resistance and can maintain a stable structure and performance in high temperature environments. Therefore, graphite discs are often used in high-temperature treatment or smelting processes to accommodate and withstand high-temperature media or heat sources. Graphite discs can withstand thermal expansion and thermal stress at high temperatures, and have good corrosion resistance, suitable for various extreme environmental conditions.
In summary, the main uses of graphite in discs include as a thermally conductive material and as a high temperature resistant structural material. As a heat-conducting material, graphite can quickly transfer heat to the surface of the disc to achieve uniform temperature distribution and heat exchange. As a high temperature resistant structural material, graphite discs can maintain a stable structure and performance in high temperature environments, and are suitable for applications such as high temperature processing or smelting. The application of graphite discs helps to achieve high-efficiency heat conduction and high temperature resistance performance requirements, and is widely used in various industrial and scientific fields.