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Carbon Antimony Bearing Carbon bush
Carbon/Graphite and Graphite Materials are inherently porous after the material processing. It is common to impregnate these materials with a Resin or Metal to: Increase the Strength, Increase the Thermal Conductivity, Reduce the Resistivity, Reduce the Porosity, and/or Impart Impermeability. These benefits can lead to secondary benefits such as the impregnation with Antimony reducing the Porosity leading to a reduction in Blister formation particularly in light Hydrocarbon and hot Oil applications.Some end-users experience that certain impregnants such as Babbitt (particularly Leaded Babbitt), Silver, and Antimony improve the friction and wear characteristics of the Carbon/Graphite or Graphite Component. While this beneficiation may be actual, we have not seen this effect in laboratory testing.Antimony is uniquely efficient at reducing porosity in Carbon/Graphite and Graphite materials. This is due in part to the low Surface Temperature of the molten metal.