Glass Molybdenum Electrode

Molybdenum Electrode Picture

Glass molybdenum electrode is formed by isostatic pressing, forging to various types after sintering with medium frequency furnace and then turning, rolling, planning and milling. The max diameter of rod-shape sheets is up to 100mm. we are able to offer different kinds of these products as your requirements.

Electrical heating and boosting with molybdenum glass melting electrodes have set a new standard within the industry for efficiency in glass production:

-  homogenous temperatures in the glass tank
-  improved glass quality
-  increased productivity
-  higher flexibility regarding tonnage output
-  environmentally-friendly production with reduced CO2 emissions

Wherever operating temperatures and chemical requirements exceed the limits of conventional materials such as iron, copper, or nickel - molybdenum stands out with unique properties:

-  high material strength at high temperatures
-  good electrical conductivity
-  excellent corrosion-resistance against molten glass