Petroleum coke or calcined petroleum coke:

Shimi Pajoohan Co. produces petroleum coke, also called calcined petroleum coke (CPC).

Petroleum coke (CPC) is a carbon material, black or matte gray in color and has a solid shape and a porous appearance. It produced by calcination of Raw Petroleum Coke (RPC).

During this process, a large part of the volatile material and moisture in the raw petroleum coke are removed from the material so that the remaining volatile material reaches less than one percent and as a result the weight percentage of carbon increases.

In Shimi Pajoohan Co., calcination of raw petroleum coke is taken place in rotary kilns, with minimum weight loss and maximum density according to the needs of consumers.

Due to the very high temperature conditions in which calcined petroleum coke is produced; calcined petroleum coke has a very small amount of volatile material. As a result, this type of coke starts to burn with a delay due to the small amount of volatile material.

Calcined Petroleum Coke (CPC) is used to charge carbon in the steel, cast iron, aluminum, anode and refractory industries in electric arc furnaces.