Not your region? Change it here:

Your region:
CREMER Erzkontor Logo

Raw materials for the industry

Graphite Electrodes

Graphite Electrodes are special electrodes that are made of high-purity graphite material. They are used in various industrial applications, especially in metallurgy and electrochemistry. Graphite Electrodes consist of a mixture of graphite powder and binders, which are formed into a solid structure and then baked at high temperatures. This process ensures high density and strength of the electrodes.

Your regional sales manager

Jenny Tong

Sales Manager


The main function of Graphite Electrodes is to conduct electric current in high-temperature environments. They are used in electric arc furnaces (EAF) and energy-optimizing furnaces (EOF) to melt and refine metals such as steel, aluminum, and copper. Graphite Electrodes have several advantages due to their unique properties. They have high heat resistance and can withstand extremely high temperatures without melting or burning. They also have good electrical conductivity, which means that they can conduct the electric current efficiently. In addition, Graphite Electrodes are chemically stable and resistant to many acids and bases. They have low reactivity with the molten metals and do not contribute to the contamination of the melting process.

Other Products



Pyrophyllite is a mineral silicate classified in the phyllosilicate group. It is characterized by its foliated structure and transparency, and it is often found in differen...

Zircon Flour


Zircon Flour is a mineral powder obtained from zircon sand that is used in various industrial applications. It is characterized by its high hardness, abrasion resistance an...



Olivine is an iron and magnesium silicate, produced from the raw stone dunite/olivine.