Carefully crushed and sieved needle coke is the key raw material used in making carbon and graphite products.

A classic binder, pitch makes it easier to shape mixed materials.

Green blanks are transformed into compact bodies of nearly pure carbon at 1000 °C, then further heated to 3000 °C to create graphite.

Graphite features a polycrystalline structure and is based on the production technology related to ceramic materials.

Due to its physical and chemical properties graphite is an excellent electrode material for use in electric arc furnaces. By choosing specific raw materials and technologies, properties can vary and may be adapted to several factors of influence and operating conditions.